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What group sang the song Higher?

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"Higher" is the first single to be released from Creed's 1999 album, Human Clay. Vocalist Scott Stapp actually wrote the song about the power of lucid dreaming. "Higher" was Creed's major breakthrough hit.

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Scott Alan Stapp (born August 8, 1973) is an American musician and singer-songwriter. He is also the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Creed, of which he is a founding member. His debut solo album, The Great Divide, was released in 2005. His second album, Proof of Life, was released on November 5, 2013.

Stapp has received several accolades, including a Grammy Award for Creed's song "With Arms Wide Open" and numerous RIAA certifications. In 2006, Hit Parader ranked Stapp as the 68th greatest heavy metal vocalist of all time.

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Human Clay is the second album by American rock band Creed, released on September 28, 1999 through Wind-Up Records. It was certified 11x platinum and Diamond by the RIAA, and is 54th on the top 100 selling albums of all time in the United States (as of February 2007). It ranks as the #8 best selling album of the last 20 years in the US. The album was the band's first to hit #1 in the U.S., where it debuted with first week sales of 315,000, and stayed on top for two weeks. As of May 2012, it has sold 11,579,000 copies in the United States alone, according to Soundscan numbers. It has also been certified 6 times platinum in Canada, 5 times in Australia]citation needed[ and 7 times in New Zealand,]citation needed[and 4 times in Switzerland among others, selling an estimated 20 million copies worldwide. The fourth single "With Arms Wide Open" won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song. The album had three videos released from it: "Higher", "What If," and "With Arms Wide Open," the last of which was voted the 92nd best music video of all-time by VH1 who also ranked it #4 on the "25 Greatest Power Ballads". VH1 listed "Higher" as one of the greatest hard rock songs of all time in 2009. Human Clay is the only Creed album without a title track.

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Human Clay is the second album by American rock band Creed, released on September 28, 1999 through Wind-Up Records. It was certified 11x platinum and Diamond by the RIAA, and is 54th on the top 100 selling albums of all time in the United States (as of February 2007). It ranks as the #8 best selling album of the last 20 years in the US. The album was the band's first to hit #1 in the U.S., where it debuted with first week sales of 315,000, and stayed on top for two weeks. As of May 2012, it has sold 11,579,000 copies in the United States alone, according to Soundscan numbers. It has also been certified 6 times platinum in Canada, 5 times in Australia]citation needed[ and 7 times in New Zealand,]citation needed[and 4 times in Switzerland among others, selling an estimated 20 million copies worldwide. The fourth single "With Arms Wide Open" won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song. The album had three videos released from it: "Higher", "What If," and "With Arms Wide Open," the last of which was voted the 92nd best music video of all-time by VH1 who also ranked it #4 on the "25 Greatest Power Ballads". VH1 listed "Higher" as one of the greatest hard rock songs of all time in 2009. Human Clay is the only Creed album without a title track.

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John Kurzweg (born 5 September 1960) is an American record producer and musician who first became known for his work with successful post-grunge band Creed in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Three of Creed's records, which Kurzweg produced, were certified multi-platinum and helped Creed achieve worldwide popularity. Kurzweg also played keyboards and sang background vocals on Creed's first three albums. After Creed broke-up in 2004, Kurzweg produced lead vocalist Scott Stapp's platinum-selling debut album The Great Divide in 2005. Kurzweg has also produced other popular bands, such as Puddle of Mudd and Socialburn, as well as solo artists Jewel and Eagle Eye Cherry.

Kurzweg produced multiple albums for Puddle of Mudd, including their 2001 break-out success "Come Clean" and the majority of their follow-up release Life on Display in 2003. Kurzweg produced “Blurry,” which was released as their second single from the album Come Clean. The song is the band's best known song, reaching the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts for ten and nine weeks, respectively. This soon propelled the single to mainstream success, reaching the No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and Billboard Hot 100. The song is also the band's highest selling U.S. single ever, with sales of 753,000 copies, as of 2010. The single “She Hates Me” continued the group's popularity on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 13. It also topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for one week in October. The popularity of "She Hates Me" made it become Puddle of Mudd's second single to sell over 500,000 copies in the United States, following "Blurry". The song peaked at No. 14 in the UK Singles Chart making it the group's third Top 20 hit.

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Scott Alan Stapp (born August 8, 1973) is an American musician and singer-songwriter. He is also the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Creed, of which he is a founding member. His debut solo album, The Great Divide, was released in 2005. His second album, Proof of Life, was released on November 5, 2013.

Stapp has received several accolades, including a Grammy Award for Creed's song "With Arms Wide Open" and numerous RIAA certifications. In 2006, Hit Parader ranked Stapp as the 68th greatest heavy metal vocalist of all time.

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