Metascore
66

Generally favorable reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. [Simple Plan] serves up ear candy like "Welcome to My Life," which has a gooey-angst-ridden center but is as bouncy as it is sincere. [29 Oct 2004, p.68]
  2. Some excessive ballads aside, Simple Plan's second disc all but perfects the one before it. [Dec 2004, p.141]
  3. This isn't just a step in the right direction for the band, it's--believe it or not--a good move for the pop-punk genre as a whole.
  4. The shift to a more dynamically rich sound suits Simple Plan just fine.
  5. 60
    Every song has hooks so polished you can see your reflection in them. [Dec 2004, p.142]
  6. While it's hard to feel moved, it's impossible not to admire the craftsmanship. [Mar 2005, p.101]
  7. Despite the overwrought angst, Still Not Getting Any... is a hard-to-deny collection of bubblegum punk
  8. Individually, the songs are catchy, but as they pile up over the length of the album, it's impossible not to wonder whether the singer's endless complaints didn't drive everyone away. [8 Nov 2004]
  9. 42
    [Simple Plan is] a band as spiritually distant from Dookie as John Mayaer is from Blind Willie McTell. [Dec 2004, p.124]
User Score
5.2

Mixed or average reviews- based on 119 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 45 out of 86
  2. Negative: 39 out of 86
  1. Sep 4, 2013
    10
    All these 2004-2008 trolls made this album such a low rating when in reality their metal band or whatever kind of music those trolls listen to (reggae? how lame...) can't even perform their music live, UNLIKE simple plan.
    Anywhoo, this album was awesome. The songs are legendary for simple plan on this album, and actually i prefer this album to No Pads.
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  2. Jun 26, 2013
    3
    I give this a three because I like "Shut Up". The rest of the songs suck hard and sound emo-like (not that "Shut Up" is not emo-like). This is really a album, but they did make ONE good song. Full Review »