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Simple Plan is a Canadian pop band composed of five members and born out of a previous Quebecois band called Reset . The band has recently achieved widespread popularity despite receiving little appreciation from critics who claim(justifiably) they are posers with no creativity, talent, musicianship, or depth. Simple Plan claims that they are just doing what they love and will never stop. On their sophomore release "Still Not Getting Any..." the track "Shut Up" is a response to critics.
- Charles Comeau (Chuck) - Drums
- Pierre Bouvier - Vocals
- Jeff Stinco - Lead guitar
- David Desrosiers - Bass and back vocals
- Sebastien Lefebvre (Seb) - Guitar and back vocals
Their major success came with their third single off their debut album - "Perfect". The song quickly rose through the charts around the world, and gave Simple Plan plenty of popularity. Another popular single from there cd Still Not Getting Any in 2004 is "Welcome To My Life".
- Live in Japan 2002 EP (Japanese Import, (2002)
- No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002)
- A Big Package For You (DVD) (1999-2003)
- Still Not Getting Any... (2004)
- Freaky Friday Soundtack - "Happy Together"
- "Don't Wanna Think About You" (released March 2004)
- Prostitution Isn't A Crime - The Benefit Concert EP 2003
- "Thriller" (Micheal Jackson cover)
- "Little Boy Blue (folk song)
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