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Simple Plan Is 'Taking One For The Team!'
By RR

Simple Plan is back with Taking One For The Team, their first full length album since 2011!

The new album is packed with punk pop gems like lead singles "Opinion Overload," "I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (feat. Nelly)," and "Boom!" 

Welcome back, Simple Plan! You still make our crazy little hearts go "Boom!"

Check out the full track list: 

1. Opinion Overload

2. Boom!

3. Kiss Me Like Nobody's Watching

4. Farewell (feat. Jordin Pundik)

5. Singing In The Rain (feat. R. City)

6. Everything Sucks

7. I Refuse

8. I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (feat. Nelly)

9. Nostalgic

10. Perfectly Perfect

11. I Don't Wanna Be Sad

12. P.S. I Hate You

13. Problem Child

14. I Dream About You (feat. Juliet Simms)

Click here to download Taking One For The Team on iTunes or click here to start streaming now with Spotify!

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on February 22, 2016 - 5:23pm

Simple Plan is back with Taking One For The Team, their first full length album since 2011!

The new album is packed with punk pop gems like lead singles "Opinion Overload," "I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (feat. Nelly)," and "Boom!" 

Welcome back, Simple Plan! You still make our crazy little hearts go "Boom!"

Check out the full track list: 

1. Opinion Overload

2. Boom!

3. Kiss Me Like Nobody's Watching

4. Farewell (feat. Jordin Pundik)

5. Singing In The Rain (feat. R. City)

6. Everything Sucks

7. I Refuse

8. I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (feat. Nelly)

9. Nostalgic

10. Perfectly Perfect

11. I Don't Wanna Be Sad

12. P.S. I Hate You

13. Problem Child

14. I Dream About You (feat. Juliet Simms)

Click here to download Taking One For The Team on iTunes or click here to start streaming now with Spotify!

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