Did you know there are only five songs Creed have never played live?

You probably thought that number would be... uhh... higher... but with only four albums to their name, it shouldn't be all that surprising that nearly all of the catalog has been represented onstage.

Formed in 1994, the group first released My Own Prison in 1997, first on Blue Collar Records and re-released later that year on Wind-Up Records, the label that went on to issue the remaining three full lengths.

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Creed's debut garnered considerable attention and was certified platinum by March of 1998 and the success snowballed from there as the band followed it up with the now diamond-certified Human Clay, which wrought the massive radio singles "Higher," "What If," "With Arms Wide Open" and "Are You Ready?" while the album catapulted to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and stayed there for two weeks.

Weathered, which features "My Sacrifice" and "One Last Breath," to name a couple highlights, followed in 2001 and was Creed's last record before disbanding in 2004. Their 2009 reunion yielded Full Circle and the band remained active until 2012.

Now, reunion chatter is intensifying after the band shared the "Summer of '99" video teaser last week.

Time will tell if any of the songs listed below that have never been played will finally enter the setlist!

There Are Only 5 Songs Creed Have Never Played Live

Between four studio albums and one EP with just a couple of songs that weren't featured on an album, Creed have represented almost all of their catalog live onstage.

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