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    Simple Plan

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    Genre:Alternative, Rock, Punk, Pop
    Rank:303 history »
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    4.9/5 from 28 users
    Albums:12
    Songs:114

    Most Popular Songs (more)

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    Summer Paradise lyrics
    Simple Plan feat. Sean Paul
    2
    6,351 4.0/5
    Singing In The Rain lyrics
    Simple Plan feat. R. City
    3
    6,632 4.5/5
    Welcome To My Life lyrics
    4
    4.8/5
    Vacation lyrics
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    5.0/5
    Anything (demo) lyrics
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    Saturday lyrics
    7Gracias (Thank You) Live At Argentina lyrics
    8I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (French Version) lyrics
    Simple Plan feat. Nelly
    9Welcome To My Life (MTV Hard Rock Live) lyrics
    10
    4.8/5
    Jump lyrics

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    Get Your Heart On! [2011]
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    Taking One for the Team [2016]
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    Simple Plan [Deluxe Edition] [2008]
    4Addicted [2004]
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    Live In Japan 2002 [2003]
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    No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls [2002]
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    MTV Hard Rock Live [2005]
    8III [2008]
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    Simple Plan [2008]
    10
    5.0/5
    Still Not Getting Any... [2004]

    Biography

    Simple Plan is one of Canada's most successful punk-pop acts, featuring a lineup comprised of former high school pals Pierre Bouvier (vocals), Jeff Stinco (guitar), David Desrosiers (bass), Sebastien Lefebvre (guitar), and Chuck Comeau (drums). The quintet initially came together when Comeau and Bouvier founded Reset at age 13. Reset proved to be a modestly successful band in Canada, touring the country with other punk groups like MxPx, Ten Foot Pole, and Face to Face. A debut album followed in 1997; however, Comeau bowed out quietly to attend college. Two years later, Comeau pushed his studies to the back burner and returned to music, this time working with Stinco and Lefebvre to put a new group together. Meanwhile, Bouvier was still in charge of Reset, but he'd grown tired of being both a frontman and a guitarist. After he and Comeau reconnected at a Sugar Ray show in late 1999, Bouvier agreed to join Comeau's new project. Desrosiers, who briefly replaced Bouvier in Reset, was also asked to join the group, and Simple Plan was born.

    The band quickly hit the road and joined the annual Vans Warped Tour in 2001. By this point, Simple Plan had carved out a spunky, energetic punk sound, textured like Cheap Trick but raw like Pennywise. The following year, Simple Plan headed into the studio to capture the sound on tape. Good Charlotte's Joel Madden and Mark Hoppus of blink-182 joined Simple Plan during those sessions, and the end result was the fiery, fun No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls, which was released in early 2003 on Lava Records. The group took home a 2003 MuchMusic Video Award for People's Choice Favorite Canadian Group in June, and the album became a genuine success, selling over four million copies worldwide while going double-platinum in Canada and America. The Bob Rock-produced second album, Still Not Getting Any..., appeared the next year and also did quite well, scoring hits like "Crazy" and "Welcome to My Life." Simple Plan continued touring in support of both releases, and released the concert album Live from the Hard Rock in 2005.

    The band scaled back their touring schedule in 2006, looking to concentrate on writing new material instead. Simple Plan entered the studio in June 2007 to begin work on their third studio album, the self-titled Simple Plan, which appeared in February 2008. Although not an international best-seller like its two predecessors, the album still went platinum in Canada, where demand for the band's spunky pop songs remained strong. The band returned three years later with another album, Get Your Heart On!, which featured cameos from Rivers Cuomo, Natasha Bedingfield, and All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth. MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi.

    October to 29 November, playing Estonia and Poland for the first time. The band also played Tel Aviv and Dubai in early December—shows at which the band played as a four-piece, with Desrosiers absent due to a family emergency and Lefebvre on bass. The band played an eight-show South American tour in March, and are playing various festivals and individual shows in cities ranging from Calgary to Moscow.

    The band's fourth studio album titled Get Your Heart On! to be released on 21 June 2011, was produced by Brian Howes. The band collaborated with various songwriters such as Claude Kelly, Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, Matt Squire, Jim Irvin, Julian Emery, and David Hodges.
    On 30 March, the band launched a new official website to hold over until the "actual new website" is launched, with a new video talking about the first listen of their new song "Can't Keep My Hands Off You (feat. Rivers Cuomo)" which is available to stream on their website and to purchase on iTunes. On 20 April the band announced that "Jet Lag" will be the first single off the album and will feature Natasha Bedingfield. The song premiered on 25 April. On 6 May the band released the song "You Suck at Love" for free download for those who pre-ordered the album. The video for "Jet Lag" featuring Natasha Bedingfield was released on 4 May, and the video featuring Marie-Mai was released on 16 May.

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