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Simple Plan

Simple Plan is a band that formed in 1999 in Quebec, Canada; all five members were born in and grew up in the province.

The band was formed in 1999 following the break up of Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeaus previous band called Reset. After touring around Canada with bands such as MXPX and Face to Face the band released their debut album "No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls" on Atlantic Records in 2002 which led to the subsequent singles: "I'm Just a Kid", "I'd Do Anything", "Addicted", and "Perfect". The album The peaked at 35 in the US and 29 in Australia as well as topping t ...read more

Simple Plan is a band that formed in 1999 in Quebec, Canada; all five members were born in and grew up in the province.

The band was formed in 1999 following the break up of Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeaus previous band called Reset. After touring around Canada with bands such as MXPX and Face to Face the band released their debut album "No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls" on Atlantic Records in 2002 which led to the subsequent singles: "I'm Just a Kid", "I'd Do Anything", "Addicted", and "Perfect". The album The peaked at 35 in the US and 29 in Australia as well as topping the Alternative New Artist Chart.

After two years with intensive touring the band released their second album "Still Not Getting Any..." reaching even higher charting positions than their debut and spawning the singles, "Welcome to My Life", "Shut Up!", "Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?)", "Crazy", and "Perfect World".

After nearly a year and a half in support of "Still Not Getting Any...", the band ended most touring in February 2006 to start woring on their next album. The result came when the funny pop punk act released a more serrious and mature album, Simple Plan in 2008. It has been their least successful album to date and spawned the singles, "When I'm Gone", "Your Love is a Lie" and "Save You".

Their next album "Get Your Heart On!" is a return to the pop punk roots and is set to be released on the 21st of June in 2011. The album has allready spawned two singles, "Can't Keep My Hands Off You" and "Jet Lag" with the third "Astronaut" being released in the upcoming months. « hide

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LPs
Get Your Heart On!
2011

2.4
122 Votes
Simple Plan
2008

1.9
239 Votes
Still Not Getting Any...
2004

2
460 Votes
No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
2002

2.1
457 Votes
EPs
When I'm Gone
2007

2.8
6 Votes
A Small Package for You
2003

2.1
74 Votes
Simple Plan EP
2003

1.5
3 Votes
Live Albums
iTunes Live from Montreal
2008

3
2 Votes
MTV Hard Rock Live
2005

3
4 Votes
Live in Anaheim
2004

Live in Japan 2002
2003

3
2 Votes

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