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Simple Plan is the self-titled third studio album by Canadian rock band Simple Plan, released on February 12, 2008. The album was a large musical departure from the band's previous albums, as its theme was more love-based than teen angst. It reached No. 2 on the Canadian album charts, No. 14 on the US Billboard 200 and charted in the top 10 worldwide in countries including Australia, Austria, Brazil, Sweden and Switzerland.
Simple Plan is the third studio album by Simple Plan, released on February 12, 2008 in March 2006, Simple Plan took some time off and then began work on writing new material with Arnold Lanni, who had produced their first album. On July 1, 2007, they hit the studio and they began tracking.
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The band’s third, self-titled, studio album was released on February 12, 2008. It had a drastic musical change and departure from the band’s iconic pop-punk sound; lyrically it also drifted from teen-angst to love-based. The album was announced on October 21, and the CD was originally set for release on January 29, 2008, but was delayed for two more weeks due to problems with the production.
Listen to music from Simple Plan like Welcome to My Life, I'm Just a Kid & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Simple Plan. Simple Plan is a Juno award-winning pop punk band from Montréal, Québec, Canada. The band has had no lineup changes since its inception in 1999. Members are Pierre Bouvier (lead vocals), Jeff Stinco (lead guitar), David Desrosiers (bass, backing vocals), Sébastien Lefebvre (rhythm guitar, backing vocals) and Chuck Comeau (drums, percussion).
Simple Plan, the multi-platinum, Montreal-based band boasts worldwide sales topping 10 million. Get Your Heart On! Album Release.
Pop-punk practitioners rarely make it to a third album without declaring some sort of newfound sensibility - they're going a little darker, say, or they're experimenting with a dancier sound. But Simple Plan stick to pretty familiar territory on album three, which maybe explains the unclever self-title: perhaps the plan for this one really is simple