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Reset is a French-Canadian punk band that formed in 1995 in Quebec, Canada. Most of the members went on to form Simple Plan.
Reset was formed in 1995. The original band members were Pierre Bouvier, Philippe Jolicoeur, Charles-AndrÃ© Comeau and Jean-SÃ©bastien Boileau (bass). The first name for Reset was Roach, but there was another band in Canada also named Roach, so the guys decided to get a fresh new start with Reset.
Reset recorded a demo tape in 1995, Concerned. Then came the first full length album, No Worries, in 1997, recorded at Le Studio Morin-Heights. The band shot a video clip for the single "Why?". In 1999, Reset had a different line up. Pierre was now singing and playing bass, and a new member, Adrian White from Vancouver, joined to play drums with the punk rock band based in Montreal. In 2000, they released No Limits. This album was recorded in Vancouver, British Columbia, and was produced by Greg Reely.
Three video clips were filmed for No Limits: Pollution, Pressure, and My Dream and I. David Desrosiers replaced Pierre Bouvier in 2001 but only to stay with the band for 6 months.
In 2004, ...
|years active||1995 – present|
|music genre||Punk rock|
|current members|| Philippe Jolicoeur - Lead vocals/Guitar|
Martin Gendreau - Drums
Claude Plamondon - bass guitar