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One day last year, Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau were sitting in the recording studio trying to come up with lyrics for a track they planned to include on their new album, Get Your Heart On!. Not only did they want to write a song about the emotional power music can have in one’s life, they also wanted to capture the sentiment behind the thousands of pieces of mail ... Read more in Amazon's Simple Plan Store

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  • Audio CD (March 28, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Lava
  • ASIN: B0007ZEBIK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (630 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #631,501 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Shut Up!
2. Welcome To My Life
3. Perfect World
4. Thank You
5. Me Against The World
6. Crazy
7. Jump
8. Everytime
9. Promise
10. One
11. Untitled
12. Addicted (Live) (Bonus Track)
13. I’D Do Anything (Live) (Bonus Track)
14. Perfect (Live) (Bonus Track)
15. Welcome To My Life (Live) (Bonus Track)
16. Making Of Welcome To My Life (Vcd)
17. Welcome To My Life Video (Vcd)
18. Shut Up Video (Vcd)
19. Making Of Shut Up Video (Vcd)
20. Highlights For Malaysia & Japan Tour (Vcd)
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Editorial Reviews

Asian tour edition features three bonus live tracks and a video on the CD, plus a bonus VCD packed with videos, tour footage and much more.

Customer Reviews

Simple Plan rocks!!!!
iluvme2ofen
It's not dressing like every other band out there and putting out music like everyone else has out.
Rich King's Breakfast Nook
Every single song on this CD is good.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Gary M. Greenbaum on October 28, 2004
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Simple Plan's second original CD, "Still Not Getting Any . . . " gives its legion of fans no letdown after the long wait for the second CD. If anything, it is an improvement on the first.

Fans at their shows have already been introduced to "Welcome to My Life" and "Shut Up!", both good, catchy songs just packed with the adolescent angst that is SP's trademark. "Shut Up!" in particular, shows the band's knack for combining downbeat lyrics with upbeat tunes, in a song which I interpret as a teenager's thoughts while being lectured by his parents.

Something's changed a bit from the first CD, and that's the band's perspective. Many of the songs on "No Pads, No Helmets, . . . Just Balls" had the perspective of a teen complaining about a poor relationship with a parent. There's still a bit of that in songs like "Me Against The World" and "Shut Up!", but this time, more songs talk about a romantic relationship gone bad (for example, "Perfect World", "Everytime" and "Thank You"), and the perspective is more young adult than teenager--"Everytime" talks about the partner waking the singer at 3 a.m. and driving to dawn--not likely if still living at home. The band's characters are maturing, as is their music.

Other notable songs include "Crazy", a throwback to Reset's (the predecessor band to Simple Plan) socially-conscious songs, and "Jump", plainly intended as a concert song but very strong in its own right.

Perhaps the strongest song on the CD is "Untitled", a downbeat song with downbeat music, the dying thought of someone who doesn't know why he's dying, and despite the people around him, is dying utterly alone. The sadness which runs through many of the band's works is here in full strength.
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful By J. Bollinger on October 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ok I don't want to start any flame wars but I've noticed something lately on Amazon. You people may sit here and complain about "That Pop crap" or other comments based on lyrics. I would like you to do something for me and it will only take a second. Think of the people bands like Simple Plan, Good Charlotte and the like are targeting. They are aiming to rope in teens who don't care if the "Band sounds tight" or how "Flowing the lyrics are." These kids want to listen to music they can relate to. In the lyrics, they want to be able to identify with what is being sung. They want to know that other people are experiencing the same ups and downs as they are. If you don't like the subject matter then don't buy the cd. If the lyrics aren't inteligent enough then don't listen. You can't have inteligent and thought prevoking lyrics for kids to listen to. The fact is bands like SP are hear to caitor to the younger generation. I read countliss reviews that bash a band. Hey they aren't out to be completely serious. If you want that, go to the indy labels. I just don't understand why people knock certain music when it's clear who the target audience is. It's like someone going to a commedy who never laughs. It just makes no sense. Just so you know, I don't think the CD is great but it accomplished what it set out to do. Give the teens something to listen to. Sorry for the rant.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gary M. Greenbaum on October 28, 2004
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Simple Plan's second original CD, "Still Not Getting Any . . . " gives its legion of fans no letdown after the long wait for the second CD. If anything, it is an improvement on the first.

Fans at their shows have already been introduced to "Welcome to My Life" and "Shut Up!", both good, catchy songs just packed with the adolescent angst that is SP's trademark. "Shut Up!" in particular, shows the band's knack for combining downbeat lyrics with upbeat tunes, in a song which I interpret as a teenager's thoughts while being lectured by his parents.

Something's changed a bit from the first CD, and that's the band's perspective. Many of the songs on "No Pads, No Helmets, . . . Just Balls" had the perspective of a teen complaining about a poor relationship with a parent. There's still a bit of that in songs like "Me Against The World" and "Shut Up!", but this time, more songs talk about a romantic relationship gone bad (for example, "Perfect World", "Everytime" and "Thank You"), and the perspective is more young adult than teenager--"Everytime" talks about the partner waking the singer at 3 a.m. and driving to dawn--not likely if still living at home. The band's characters are maturing, as is their music.

Other notable songs include "Crazy", a throwback to Reset's (the predecessor band to Simple Plan) socially-conscious songs, and "Jump", plainly intended as a concert song but very strong in its own right.

Perhaps the strongest song on the CD is "Untitled", a downbeat song with downbeat music, the dying thought of someone who doesn't know why he's dying, and despite the people around him, is dying utterly alone. The sadness which runs through many of the band's works is here in full strength.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lolly on October 28, 2004
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Impressed by the first album?? Then you should love Still Not Getting Any. Like any album, it has its ups and downs, but thankfully, Simple Plan know how to entertain.
1: Shut up! This is a very upbeat song, and is similar to material on the first album, enjoyable, but not repeatedly enjoyable. 3.5/5
2: Welcome to My life: The first single off an album usually gets annoying after a while, but this is too good a song to get bored of! 5/5
3: Perfect World: This is a prime example of Simple Plan's growing maturity.They talk about something real here, and is one of the best songs on the album. 5/5 a FAVOURITE!
4: Thankyou: A song that grows on you after time. This is a dip in the album, and a song that can be skipped. 2.5/5
5: Me against the World: At first i wasn't too keen on this song, but the chorus completly makes up for it. A great song, darker but better. 4.5/5
6: Crazy: This song talks about girls wanting to be like modals, and pretty much why they think this is crazy lol. But a cute song, that is a lot more better than you first might think. The music is brilliant in this song. 4.5/5
7: Jump: This has to be the worst song on the album, and i don't know whether its the fact that they're all repeatedly shouting Jump or not...but hey i know what the bloody song is called! an unpressive 2/5
8:Everytime:For some reason, this song reminds me of christmas?! a slow tempo, and relaxed rocky ballad. 4/5
9: Promises: Theres always a song you can never remember, and its this one. Still a good try though, 3.5/5
10: One: I love this song! Its slow, and yet tis rocky! totally loving it! Again, i think the music behind it is great, and really makes the song better. 5/5 a FAVOURITE!
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