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Simple Plan

a French Canadian pop punk band based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The band has released three original albums: No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002), Still Not Getting Any... (2004), and Simple Plan (2008); as well as two live albums: Live in Japan 2002 (2003) and MTV Hard Rock Live (2005).

Formation (1995-2002)
Simple Plan began in 1995 with the formation of a band named Reset by friends Pierre Bouvier, Charles-André "Chuck" Comeau, Philippe Jolicoeur, and Adrian White.[1] Reset toured around Canada with bands such as MxPx, Ten Foot Pole, and Face to Face, but only managed to gain modest popularity.[1] The debut album, No Worries, was released in 1998, and Comeau left soon after to go to college.[1] Two years later he met with high school friends Jean-François "Jeff" Stinco and HIIIII Lefebvre who were in separate bands of their own, and combined to create the band.[1] Meanwhile, Reset released a second CD, No Limits (the two CDs would be re-released as a single CD in 2006, with liner note comments from Bouvier and Comeau). In late 1999, Comeau and Bouvier reacquainted at a Sugar Ray concert[1] and Bouvier left Reset soon after to join Comeau. David Desrosiers replaced Bouvier in Reset, but when asked to join the foursome, he too left the band six months later.[1] This allowed Bouvier, who had doubled as the band's front man and bassist, to concentrate on the singing.[1]

The origin of the band's name is obscure. Band members have given various responses on this point, including a liking for the movie A Simple Plan;[2] that the band was their simple plan to avoid getting a "real" job; and that the name was only intended to be temporary, but they never thought of anything better, and with shows coming up for the new band, they needed a name.

No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002-2004)
Main article: No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls
In 2002, Simple Plan released their first studio album, No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls which led to the singles, "I'm Just a Kid", "I'd Do Anything", "Addicted", and "Perfect". Simple Plan is noted as saying that they were aiming at a pure pop-punk record.[3] The name of the CD echoes the popular tag line for the sport of rugby, "No pads, no helmets, no pussies."

The record was originally released in the United States with twelve tracks, ending with "Perfect". Enhanced and foreign editions came in several different versions with up to two additional tracks in addition to the original twelve. For example, the U.S. release contained the extra songs "Grow Up", and "My Christmas List", while the UK release contained the extra songs "One By One" and "American Jesus" (a live version of a cover of a Bad Religion song), as well as the two music videos, "I'd Do Anything" and "I'm Just a Kid".

The record also contained vocals from singers from two other pop-punk bands as "I'd Do Anything" included vocals by Mark Hoppus from blink-182, and "You Don't Mean Anything" included vocals by Joel Madden from Good Charlotte.

In 2002, the year Simple Plan released the album, Simple Plan played more than 300 shows, topped the Alternative New Artist Chart, and played a sold out tour in Japan.[4] In 2003, the band played as a headliner on the Vans Warped Tour--an appearance memorialized in the comedy slasher film, Punk Rock Holocaust, in which four of the five band members are killed. They would also play short stints on the Warped Tour in 2004 and 2005. Also in 2003, they opened for Avril Lavigne on her "Try To Shut Me Up" Tour.[4] In addition to several headlining tours, they have also opened for Green Day and Good Charlotte.[4]

Still Not Getting Any... (2004-2006)
Main article: Still Not Getting Any...
In 2004, Simple Plan released their second studio album, Still Not Getting Any... which led to the singles, "Welcome to My Life", "Shut Up!", "Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?)", "Crazy", and (in some markets) "Perfect World".

As mentioned before, when writing "No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls", the members of Simple Plan were aiming at a pure pop-punk record. This time however, when writing "Still Not Getting Any...", the members of Simple Plan were noted as saying that they were not limiting themselves to the punk genre, but rather letting themselves write "good music".[3]

According to the bonus DVD of Still Not Getting Any..., while making the CD the members of Simple Plan thought of many names including "Get Rich or Die Trying" and "Danger Zone". They decided on the name Still Not Getting Any... for a list of explained reasons. The most popular and most likely reason is because the members of Simple Plan thought that they weren't getting any good reviews, Bouvier once noting that they only had one recent good review in Alternative Press. Another reason may be because they were still not getting any respect. There are many more variations the band members have given, as anything can really be put after the ellipsis, including "better", "smarter", "funnier", and the obvious sexual connotation. Comeau once described the name of the album as "versatile".

"Still Not Getting Any..." showed a dramatic change in Simple Plan's style as well. They still kept their style of downbeat lyrics matched to upbeat music, but managed to transcend from the standard pop-punk genre. Although many of the tracks on this CD still carry the feeling of teen angst that is probably most noticeable in the song "I'm Just a Kid" from the first album No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls, the general slant of this album tends toward slightly deeper and more mature lyrical themes, as well as a more mainstream sound that edges away from the pure pop-punk style of their last album. Some critics have pointed towards the inclusion of 'classic' or 'mainstream' rock elements, claiming the album 'de-emphasizes punk-pop hyperactivity in favor of straightforward, well-crafted modern rock'.[5]

In 2005, Simple Plan also released the live album, MTV Hard Rock Live, which contained songs from both the previous albums.[6] The album came in two different versions — a standard one, and a fan pack edition.[7] The standard edition included audio of the whole performance, an acoustic version of Crazy, two live videos of the performance of the first two songs "Jump" and "Shut Up!" and a small booklet of pictures of the performance.[7] The fan pack edition contained audio and video of the whole performance in 5.1 surround sound, three acoustic tracks for "Crazy", "Welcome To My Life", and "Perfect", a 32-page color tour book, and an exclusive Simple Plan patch and pin.[7]

Simple Plan (2006-present)
Main article: Simple Plan (album)
After nearly a year and a half in support of "Still Not Getting Any...", the band ended most touring in February 2006, giving only a few shows, taking some time off, and beginning work on their third CD. As announced in Bouvier's official MySpace blog, Bouvier headed to Miami as on about March 21, 2007 to work with an unnamed producer, who later proved to be Dave Fortman. The band entered the studio for pre-production in Los Angeles on June 29. On July 15 they returned to Montreal, to record at Studio Piccilo, the same studio they had recorded "Still Not Getting Any...." They finished recording and headed back to Miami and LA to mix the album. The final part of making their record was done in New York and it was officially completed and announced on October 21, though they later re-entered the studio to re-record some of the lyrics to the song "Generation."

"When I'm Gone", the first single to Simple Plan was released on October 29 as part of a fan webcast the band held. Simple Plan was produced by Dave Fortman (Evanescence, Mudvayne), Danjahandz (Timbaland, Justin Timberlake) and Max Martin (Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne). On February 17, 2008, Simple Plan achieved their highest charting single in the UK. After the first two albums just missed the UK top 40, "When I'm Gone" gave the band their best chart position in the UK, coming in at number 26.

On November 29, 2007, the band announced that the CD release would be postponed from the originally-scheduled January 29, 2008 date to what proved to be the actual release date of February 12, 2008. The Japan version, with two bonus tracks, was released on February 6, 2008.[8]

After completing an around-the-world promotional tour, Simple Plan played several December 2007 holiday shows. After continued promotional tours in January, Simple Plan played a triple bill in Camden Town, London on January 27, 2008, with the first show featuring songs from the band's first CD, the second from the second, and the third from the new release. The band played four U.S. shows in late February, and recently completed a European tour running until late April. The band has announced Japan tour dates for late May, culminating with a performance on the MTV Japan awards, and then will appear at a number of festivals, including the Download Festival. A Canadian tour has been announced for late summer.

On May 8, 2008, a Quebec newspaper reported that Stinco will temporarily leave the band from June 3rd until the 29th of the same year for paternity leave.[9] No official announcement has been made by the band as yet.

Read Full Bio : //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_Plan


Pierre Bouvier - vocals
Chuck Comeau - drums, backing vocals
David Desrosiers - bass, backing vocals
Sebastien Lefebvre - guitar, backing vocals
Jeff Stinco - lead guitar

Chuck and Pierre Simple Plan is 13 years old, the band formed Reset (reset). 1997 release of his debut album, Chuck is for college-leavers. Two years after Jeff, Sebastian activities to begin with. That year, Chuck and Pierre reunited Reset also left the band to join Chuck. Moreover, instead of Pierre, Reset and vocalist Chuck was led by David also participating in the current band Simple Plan.

Pierre Pierre Bouvier (Charles)

May 9 Hinase BUVIE 1979 (the main vocalist)
Height: 177.5 cm
about eye color: brown
hair color: brown
favorite food: noodles (especially soybean paste)
favorite colors: black and blue

André-Charles "Chuck" Chuck Comeau KOMO

Hinase September 1979, 17 (drums)
Height: 172.5 cm about
hair color: brown
eye color: brown / green
favorite food: Sushi favorite
color: black, light blue, pink

Jean-François "Jeff" Jeff Stinco SUTINKO

1978 August 22 Hinase (lead guitar)
Hair color: black
eye color: brown
favorite foods: Italian
favorite color: blue, black

David DEROSHIAZU David Desrosiers (Philippe)

1980 19 August Hinase (bass and backing vocals)
Height: 172.5 cm about
eye color: brown
hair color: black
favorite food: Sushi, like HAICHUU (PUTCHOMO)
color: black

bastien Sebastien Lefebvre Jacques

Hinase June 5 1981(guitar, backing vocals)
Height: 170 cm about
hair color: brown
eye color: blue
favorite food: Sushi
favorite color: blue

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• อัลบั้มแรกของ Travis ขายได้ 40,000 copies (ปี 1997 'Good Feeling')
• แต่อัลบั้มต่อมา ขายได้มากถึงระดับ multi-platinum คืออัลบั้ม ‘The Man Who' (1999) และ ‘The Invisible Band' (2001)
• ทันทีที่เพลง "Happy" และ "Tied to the '90s" ถูกปล่อยออกมา
ก็ติดอันดับ Top 10 บน U.K. charts อย่างรวดเร็ว
• ปี 2007 อัลบั้มล่าสุดกับชุด The Boy with No Name ที่มีซิงเกิ้ลฮิตอย่าง "Closer"


• “When I'm Gone” และ “Your Love Is A Lie”
- เคยอยู่บน Billboard charts 200's กับการเปิดตัวสัปดาห์แรกใน อันดับที่ 14 และ 3
- Top Rock Albums ในอันดับที่ 4
- Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums ในอันดับที่ 7
- Top Digital Albums ในอันดับ 1
- ติดอันดับ Top Pop Albums ใน iTunes Store's
• ในต่างประเทศ "Simple Plan" เปิดตัวเป็นอันดับ 1 ใน Mexico อันดับ 2 ใน Brazil และ Canada และเป็นอันดับ 3 ใน Japan ติดอันดับ Top 10 ใน Hong Kong, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Australia, และ Germany,และยังติด Top 20 กับการเปิดตัวครั้งแรก ในประเทศ New Zealand, Spain, Finland, และ France
• “Your Love Is A Lie”ซิงเกิ้ลที่ 2 ของ “SIMPLE PLAN” ถูกเปิดอย่างต่อเนื่องทั้งใน Hot AC and CHR/Top 40 radio outlets nationwide, Top 40, Alternative, และ Hot AC. “When I'm Gone” play at MTV, MTV2, MTV Hits, MTV.com, The N, Fuse, และ Music Choice ซึ่งได้รับการโหวตให้เป็น “Artist of the Month” ประจำเดือนมีนาคม
• สำหรับอัลบั้มที่ 4 ที่ครบเครื่องทุกรสชาติ จากรางวัลการันตี
จากอัลบั้มชุดก่อนๆ อย่าง ในปี 2002 รางวัล RIAA 2x-platinum debut ในอัลบั้ม “NO PADS, NO HELMETS…JUST BALLS” ปี 2004 รางวัล platinum-certified follow-up ในอัลบั้ม “STILL NOT GETTING ANY” และ ในปี 2005 กับ “MTV HARD ROCK LIVE”

สมาชิกในวงประกอบด้วย :
Pierre Bouvier – vocals
Chuck Comeau – drums
David Desrosiers – bass, backing vocals
Sebastien Lefebvre – guitar, backing vocals
Jeff Stinco – lead guitar


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