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Album Review

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. The Montreal boys pound away at full speed here, cranking out a batch of short, frivolous songs that showcase Pierre Bouvier's nasal but weirdly appealing voice and one, "I Can Wait Forever," that seems to be rooted in real feeling. The whining hasn't let up (see "No Love" and "Generation"), but the fun hasn't either. Credit the producers: Timbaland's protégé Danja Hills pitches in, and so does Max Martin, a knob wizard known for shining up the songs of Kelly Clarkson and fellow Canadian Avril Lavigne. [Simple Plan was also made available in a CD/DVD edition.]

Customer Reviews

Worth The Freakishly Long Wait

I waited so long for this album and I was hoping it would be worth the wait. Thank God it was. Every single song is amazing and you can tell they put a lot into each of them. They're unique and different from their old songs... but in a good way. Of course, the old stuff is great, but these are more mature I think. And as for the swearing on 'Your Love Is A Lie', it's bleeped out on this album. Well, it is on my album. And it's not even offensive. I don't understand why just one swear word on one song out of eleven could make someone a sellout. But I guess some of us just aren't mature enough to handle it.

Good album, but sp changed.

This album is great, no doubt about that. But I remember when SP were like these cool punky guys that created music out of their feelings. Now they're trying to be like posers.

Completely Love It!!!

This album is by far one of their best!! I am a hard core simple plan fan and when I saw that this album was coming out I just had to buy it and it was definitely worth it!!! Highly recommend it!! The songs are deep and heartfelt and will definitely speak to a variety of people!! Absolutely Love it!!


Formed: 1999 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

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;...
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  • $12.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Feb 06, 2008
  • Clean

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