Simple Plan In My Head?

Simple Plan In My Head?

Simple Plan adalah grup music dari Montreal, Quebec, Kanada yang beraliran pop-punk. Grup ini terdiri dari 5 anggota, diantaranya adalah Pierre Bouvier, Chuck Comeau, Jeff Stinco, Sebastien Lefebvre, dan David Desrosiers. Simple Plan is a French Canadian pop punk band based in Montreal, Quebec. The band has released three studio albums: No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002), Still Not Getting Any... (2004), and Simple Plan (2008); as well as two widely marketed live albums: Live in Japan 2002 (2003) and MTV Hard Rock Live (2005). Simple Plan (2006-present) The band in concert The band in concert 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.[10] 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 played four Japan dates, followed by several European festivals and headlining dates. After a return to the Far East in late July and early August, the band will begin a coast-to-coast Canadian tour on August 19. Chouinard subs for Stinco, June 2008 Chouinard subs for Stinco, June 2008 On May 8, 2008, a Quebec newspaper reported that Stinco would temporarily leave the band from June 3-29, 2008 for paternity leave.[11] Stinco was not part of the band's performance at the Download Festival on June 13 but returned for the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on June 15. He did not play at the band's performance at a summer festival on June 21 in Altamont, New York or June 22 at Six Flags New England, with Quebecois musician Jean-Sébastien Chouinard taking his place at each show.

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