Guess The Tune Game

Biography

A new rock band called Simple Plan appeared in Canada in late nineties. The time showed that the musicians got their worthy place among other representatives of Canadian rock scene. Alongside with Nickelback and SUM 41 they managed to deserve acknowledgment of listeners not only in North America, but in the whole world. The story of the band began in 1999 in the province of Quйbec, homeland of all the members of Simple Plan. When the line-up was finally formed, it was the time to think about the group’s name. There are several versions of “Simple Plan” origin, but probably the rockers named it after Sam Raimi’s movie “A Simple Plan”.

Well, one way or another, the band’s members knew each other well, so it was fun for them to play together, and, which is also quite important – it was easy for them to work jointly. Just a couple of years later Simple Plan released their debut record No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002). Dynamic pop-punk was enjoyed by listeners, which is proved by twice platinum status of No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls in the US and in Canada. Punk-rock fans in Australia were not aside as well: Simple Plan’s first long play became platinum there too. Thereby, the rockers made an excellent choice of songs for No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls: I'd Do Anything, I'm Just A Kid, Addicted and many other hit compositions played their role.

In 2004 the Canadians issued their second studio attempt titled Still Not Getting Any..., which did not disappoint listeners after such a strong debut work. However this time the musicians presented songs that were the way beyond “pop-punk” borders. Simple Plan wanted to create the music that they liked, no matter what style that would be, and it must be mentioned that they succeeded. The lyrics also underwent metamorphosis - Simple Plan were growing up and sure thing that it was reflected in their creativity. The self-titled record Simple Plan was released in 2008 and it was memorized by the fans thanks to Your Love Is A Lie, Generation and other songs. That album was nominated at Juno Awards in the category The Best Album, but that time the quintet gave the victory to Nickelback and their Dark Horse. Simple Plan demonstrated a transition to alternative rock. Curiously enough, but the band’s fans appraised such a conversion from pop-punk to more thoughtful music.

The release of the fourth studio attempt Get Your Heart On! took place in 2011 and that record immediately got positive reviews from the critics. It is impossible to ignore that Simple Plan somehow manage to save the incredible energy and at the same time to sound more professional and well-organized. Thus, Get Your Heart On! is simply based on energy and technique. The melodiousness that became one of the Canadian group’s best recognizable features did not disappear. Simple Plan established a reputation of talented musicians, who are fond of experiments with their sound, so every new work of a quintet is always looked forward to. But their records do not appear very often, though. Quality, not the quantity, is the primary aim of Simple Plan, and this is a great approach, isn’t it?

Studio Albums

Simple Plan, Get Your Heart On! mp3Get Your Heart On!
Slowly leaving behind their youngster punk, the Canadians Simple Plan are moving over to the more noble pop-rock. Their latest effort, Get Your Heart On, shows they are managing well
2011
  • Pop/Rock
Simple Plan, Simple Plan mp3Simple Plan
Simple Plan's new album proves to be more experimental than the previous ones. The new record was produced by Dave Fortman, Danjahandz and Max Martin, and there have appeared more pop and R&B music elements in the songs
2008
  • Pop
  • Pop Punk
  • Pop/Rock
Simple Plan, MTV Hard Rock Live mp3MTV Hard Rock Live
2005
  • Pop Punk
  • Pop/Rock
Simple Plan, Still Not Getting Any mp3Still Not Getting Any
Still Not Getting Any...de-emphasized punk-pop hyperactivity in favor of straightforward, well-crafted modern rock. Shelving a disc of goofy tracks for this grounded rock affair, this isn't just a step in the right direction for the band, it's a good
2004
  • Emo-Pop
  • Pop
  • Pop Punk
  • Pop/Rock
Simple Plan, No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls mp3No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
2002
  • Emo-Pop
  • Pop
  • Pop Punk
  • Pop/Rock
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