Follows the meteoric rise of rock's biggest feel-good band. Creed, made up of three guys from Florida, have managed to sell over ten million albums in just five years. They've done it all on their own with hard music and a heavy message. However, it is a message of substance - one that has garnered them an almost religiously devoted fan base. Consequently, the band has been stigmatized as "Christian Rockers" by critics and the media. Charismatic frontman Scott Stapp insists the songs are written out of his personal search for truth and meaning in life.