One of the best bands ever, that helps people relate by their songs.
Simple Plan is AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Specail May 20, 2005
A French Canadian pop punk band based in Montréal, Québec. They have released three studio albums. A lot of people criticize them for whining about how fucking their life is. I don't think they do that. They just try to give neglected people hope that's all.

The only reason why they are hated is that one so called ''cool guy'' hates them for some reason or the other and the rest of the people follow them. They are a great band with great songs and 'clear' voice. You can understand what they are actually saying without checking the lyrics! That is also a reason for them to be hated.
Guy 1,''Whatcha doing mate?!''
Guy 2,'' Listening to Simple Plan's Welcome To My Life.''
Guy 1,'' That's a piece of shit! They always whine how horrible their life is!''
Guy2,''Fuck off man, what do you know?''
by Keutykat July 20, 2009
No one gives a shit if you don't like them.
They have ONE song about their dad, and they talk about how it was hard for them to do what made them happy, and still please their family.
...that's not complaining. That's encouraging.

They actually have charities set up to help teenagers with problems. They are not just 'winging about their sucky lives.'

One of the only bands using their fame for good things.

They have so much talent, and the only reason people hate them so much is because people can't think for themselves.

Definately the most amazing band, and some of the greatest boys ever.

Unlike most bands, Simple Plan have fans they have will stick with them.
A: have you heard Simple Plan?
B: No. A lot of people hate them, so obviously they suck.
by sp37 June 23, 2009
Great band with so much personality! Got their start in Montreal, CA. All speak french (hot!) and write awesome songs! critics usually give bad reviews. one common review is "what do they have to complain about?" to which they answer, "you know, we had lives BEFORE we were simple plan. are we not aloud to write about that? plus, we write songs for those teens who feel like we did when we were that age." consists of pierre bouvier,seb lefebvre,jeff stinco,chuck comeau, and david desrosiers. amazing band that everyone should check out! great live concerts too!
Simple plan rocks in more ways than one! they keep in touch w/their fans with their site, youtube account, myspaces, facebooks, ect. i <3 simple plan!
by call me simple plan! October 18, 2008
The best fucking band in the whole goddamn mother fucking world!!
There songs have such meanings; welcome to my life so describes the way I feel in everything that I do
Simple plan fuckin rocks!!
Simple plan is the gnarliest freakin band in the world!!! They fuckin rock!! And there hair is sooooo fuckin cute! They have that johnny knoxville mohawk thing going on. They fuckin rock and they are soooooo hott!
by gretchenhardcock September 05, 2008
Simple Plan is a Canadian pop-punk rock band. The band has recently achieved widespread popularity despite receiving little appreciation from critics who claim they are posers with no creativity, talent, musicianship, or depth. Simple Plan claims that they are just doing what they love and will never stop. On their second album 'Still Not Getting Any...' the track "Shut Up" is a response to critics.


The band:

Pierre Bouvier — vocals
Chuck Comeau — drums
David Desrosiers — bass and background vocals
Sebastien (Seb) Lefebvre — guitar and background vocals
Jeff Stinco — lead guitar


Simple Plan came about in stages that began with the founding of Reset, a Canadian punk band, by high-school friends Pierre Bouvier and Charles Comeau at the age of thirteen. Reset toured around Canada with bands such as MxPx, Ten Foot Pole, and Face to Face, but only ever gained mild popularity. The debut album was released in 1997. Comeau soon left to go to college, but two years later he hooked up with Jeff Stinco and Sebastien Lefebvre, and again started making music. It was coincidence that brought Comeau and Bouvier back together at a Sugar Ray concert in late 1999, and Bouvier soon left Reset and joined his old friends. David Desrosiers replaced Bouvier in Reset, but when asked to join the foursome, he too left the band and joined the four friends. Simple Plan was born.

Role Model Clothing, the label that Bouvier and Comeau are often seen sporting, was actually formed before Simple Plan by Comeau, Bouvier, and their friend Patrick Langlois, who is now responsible for merchandising and the web, as well as being videographer for the band. Langlois and Lefebvre also have their own side project, a label called Man of the Hour, which is just starting out.

Pierre Bouvier also appears as the host of Damage Control, MTV's new reality television series.


albums:

'No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls'(2002)

'Still Not Getting Any...' (2004)
Simple Plan perform the theme song for the show "Whats New Scooby Doo".
by Jadyn June 23, 2005
A good band from Canada that sings about things they have experienced throughout life and anyone who doesn't like them doesn't know Jack Shit.
Fag: Simple Plan Sucks My Balls!!!!
Me: What The Hell? Simple Plan Rocks, goddammit!! *smack*
by Jin Kazama March 28, 2005

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