"One day remains" CD by Alter Bridge

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"One Day Remains" is the debut album by the US American Rock band Alter Bridge. The band Creed split up at the beginning of 2004 because of conflicts between vocalist Scott Stapp and the instrumentalists. Thereupon Mark Tremonti (guitar), Brian Marshall (bass) and Scott Phillips (drums) got together with Myles Kennedy (without Stapp) who had previously been vocalist of The Mayfield Four. They founded the band Alter Bridge together and signed a contract with Wind-Up Records shortly afterwards, where also Creed had been under contract. "One Day
Remains" was released on 10th August 2004 and was awarded gold in the USA only little later.


Item no. 319451
Musical Genre Alternative/Indie
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Alter Bridge
Product type CD
Release date 8/14/15
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Find The Real
  • 2.
    One Day Remains
  • 3.
    Open Your Eyes
  • 4.
    Burn It Down
  • 5.
  • 6.
    Broken Wings
  • 7.
    In Loving Memory
  • 8.
    Down To My Last
  • 9.
    Watch Your Words
  • 10.
    Shed My Skin
  • 11.
    The End Is Here

by Marcel Anders (November 2004) This album was just a matter of time. Because despite 30 million sold records, giant tours and dozens of awards, there seemed to be something going wrong in the house of the Creeds. Singer Scott Stapp cared more for his melody lines than for the band and was on stage often so unconcentrated that he was sued by his own fans. A situation that led guitarist Mark Tremonti and drummer Scott Phillips to a radical new beginning. For one with ex-Creed-bassist Brian Marshall, for the other with singer Myles Kennedy, who perfectly fits the powerful hard rock presented on this debut album. An explosive brew of Metal and Grunge, quite a bit heavier and more forcing than Creed have ever been and living of fat downer-guitars, lead heaviness, raven-black atmosphere and murderer-like killer riffs. Especially Tremonti does what he obviously never was allowed to do: he really lets off steam, presents one solo after the other and proves to be a talented song writer compensating the frustration of the past in finest power rock. A great album - not only for Creed fans!

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