Simple Plan: A Big Package for You Review

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by Phil Hinton Apr 1, 2004 at 12:00 AM

    Canadian punk rockers Simple Plan give us a big package on DVD . Including an EP CD the package also features one exclusive recently recorded new track as well as two previously unreleased songs from their September MTV hard rock live performance.

    ”A Big Package For You,” chronicles the bands unprecedented antics from past to present and contains roughly three hours of footage including the bands entire video repertoire featuring “Addicted,” “I'd Do Anything,” I'm Just a Kid,” “Perfect” and “Crash and Burn”.

    Simple Plan are considered by many to be one of 2003's biggest success stories. The Canadian quintet's signature high energy punk rock combined with infectious pop melodies has propelled their debut album, “No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls” to sales of over 1 million. Fuelled by several hit singles and success in being nominated in the 2003 MTV VMA's solidified the bands position as the breakthrough punk rock band of the year.

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