Sum 41 discography
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Sum 41 playing live at Club Oxygen on March 7, 2008
Albums[change | change source]
Studio albums[change | change source]
|Release date||Title||Label||U.S.||UK||CAN||AUS||Canada sales||U.S. sales|
|May 8, 2001||All Killer No Filler||Island/Aquarius||13||7||9||33||3x Platinum||Platinum|
|November 26, 2002||Does This Look Infected?||Island/Aquarius||32||34||8||56||2x Platinum||Gold|
|October 12, 2004||Chuck||Island/Aquarius||10||59||2||13||2x Platinum||Gold|
|July 24, 2007||Underclass Hero||Island/Aquarius||7||46||1||22||Platinum||Gold|
Live, bonus and compilation albums[change | change source]
|Release date||Title||Label||Other information|
|1998||1998 demo tape||Self released||Rare self released/unreleased Demo tape, the first ever to be released by the band, referred to by fans as "Rock Out With Your Cock Out".|
|November 26, 2002||Does This Look Infected Too?||Universal/Aquarius||Bonus Live CD on Japan version of DTLI?, sold as separate live EP worldwide.|
|December 21, 2005
March 7, 2006
|Happy Live Surprise/Go Chuck Yourself||Universal/Aquarius||Live album recorded in London, Ontario in April 2005. Released as Happy Live Surprise in Japan and as Go Chuck Yourself in Canada, U.S. and Europe.|
|November 26, 2008||8 Years of Blood, Sake, and Tears: The Best of Sum 41 2000-2008||Universal||Greatest Hits CD released exclusively in Japan|
EPs[change | change source]
|June 27, 2000||Half Hour of Power||Island/Aquarius||176||143|
|March 12, 2002||Motivation EP||Island Records||-||-||-|
|February 22, 2005||Chuck Acoustic EP (Tour Edition Promo)||Universal Music Group||-||-||-|
DVDs[change | change source]
|Release date||Title||Label||Other information|
|2001||Introduction To Destruction||Island/Aquarius||First DVD of Sum 41, contains a sold-out concert in the London Astonia plus bonus material.|
|November 26, 2002||Cross The T's and Gouge Your I's||Island||Bonus DVD on USA and UK versions of DTLI?. released as separate DVD worldwide.|
|2004||Sake Bombs and Happy Endings||Island/Aquarius||DVD Filmed in Bay NK Hall in Tokyo, Japan on May 17, 2003 of the promotional tour following DTLI?, include two videos of bonus material.|
|2005||Rocked: Sum 41 in Congo||War Child Canada/MTV||Documentary DVD of a trip of the band to the Congo, about poverty and the war.|
|2008||DeeVeeDee||It includes various Road to Ruin episodes, performances, and short films.|
|November 26, 2008||8 Years of Blood, Sake, and Tears: The Best of Sum 41 2000-2008||Universal||Contains all Music Videos from Sum 41.|
Singles[change | change source]
|2000||"Makes No Difference"||-||-||-||32||-||-||Half Hour of Power|
|2001||"Fat Lip"||66||-||-||1||8||-||All Killer No Filler|
|"In Too Deep"||-||-||-||10||13||8|
|"'Handle This" (Europe/Japan)||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|"What We're All About"||-||-||-||-||32||-||Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man|
|"Still Waiting"||106||-||-||7||16||1||Does This Look Infected?|
|2003||"The Hell Song"||-||-||-||13||35||-|
|"Over My Head (Better Off Dead)"||-||-||-||-||-||12|
|"Little Know It All" (with Iggy Pop)||-||-||-||35||-||-||Skull Ring|
|2004||"We're All to Blame"||-||-||36||10||-||25||Chuck|
|"Some Say" (Canada/Japan)||-||-||-||-||-||10|
|"No Reason" (USA/Europe)||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2007||"Underclass Hero"||116||86||-||34||188||13||Underclass Hero|
Soundtrack appearances[change | change source]
"Makes No Difference":
- Bring It On (2000)
- Summer Catch (2001)
- Out Cold (2001)
- Van Wilder (2002)
- Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (2002)
"What I Believe"
- Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)
- American Pie 2 (2001)
"32 Ways to Die":
"In Too Deep":
"What We're All About":
- Spider-man (2002)
"The Hell Song":
- American Wedding (2003)
"We're All to Blame":
- Godzilla: Final Wars (2004)
- Dirty Love (2005)
"Open Your Eyes":
- Going the Distance (2004)
- Fantastic Four (2005)
Featurings, Covers & B-Sides[change | change source]
- "Astronaut" - Recorded before "Half Hour of Power", appears on Rock out with your Cock Out.
- "Reign in Pain" - A song found on some versions of "Does This Look Infected?" Done by Sum 41's alter ego band "Pain for Pleasure"
- "WWVII Parts 1 and 2" - A song found on some versions of "Does This Look Infected?" Done by Sum 41's alter ego band "Pain for Pleasure". Holds the record for being the longest Sum 41 song to date.
- "Moron" - Appeared on Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1, some versions of "Chuck" (both releases had two different versions however), and in "Go chuck yourself" (live).
- "Noots" - Appeared on the soundtrack to Fantastic Four and a song on some versions of "Chuck".
- "Rock You" - from the movie soundtrack FUBAR: The Album
- "Subject to Change" - Appeared as secret track on "Chuck" on Japanese and European versions (New song Underclass Hero of Sum 41's new album of the same name has the same exact chorus, which says that this is an original demo of the new song)
- "Things I Want" - featured in the Swallow My Eggnog disk from Tenacious D
- "Unwritten Christmas" - guest artist on a recording with Unwritten Law
- "Rock Medley" - A live song mix for the MTV 20 years anniversary that include owns Fat Lip, No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn (From Beastie Boys), Shout at the Devil (from Mötley Crüe), You've Got Another Thing Comin' (From Judas Priest), featuring Tommy Lee and Rob Halford
- "How You Remind Me" - Nickelback cover performed live at the MTV 2002 New Year's Eve
- "Walk This Way" - Aerosmith cover recorded with Nelly, Ja Rule and DJ Clue for the Aerosmith's MTV Icon
- "The Trooper" - Iron Maiden cover performed at MTV and numerous concerts
- "Metallica Medley" - Metallica mix cover that include For Whom the Bell Tolls, Enter Sandman and Master of Puppets, performed live at the Metallica's MTV Icon opening
- "Little Know It All" - guest performance with Iggy Pop, later released as a single for the record Skull Ring.
- "Lust for Life" - guest performance with Iggy Pop on the Skull Ring Tour and the 2003 MTV Latin Music Awards.
- "Get Back" - Premiered on Saturday Night Live, a recorded "Rock Remix" version with Ludacris for the iTunes version of Chuck and The Red Light District albums.
- "Killer Queen" - Recorded for the Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen album.
- "Attitude" - A Misfits cover which is featured on their MySpace.
- "Still Waiting" - Appeared in the 2005 Survival Horror Video Game "Obscure" as main theme.
- "Fat Lip" and "Makes No Difference" were featured in ice-hockey video game NHL 2002 by EA Sports.
- "Underclass Hero" was featured in football video game Madden NFL 08.
- "Pla" is a song that was recorded for the Underclass Hero album that didn't make the final cut. Currently unreleased, confirmed on the band's official Q&A.
- There is an unreleased B-side of Underclass Hero
Others[change | change source]
|August, 2002||Detox||VIK||Deryck and Stevo provide guest vocals, guitar and drums on the entire album, appearance of the four band members in the video "Hundred Million"|
|February 11, 2003||Maximum Sum 41||Chrome Dreams||An unofficial biography and Interview CD|
|2003||Vans Warped Tour 2003 DVD||Image Entertainment||Appearance of their performance on the tour.|
|N/A||Bring The Noize||N/A||Unofficial DVD biography of Sum 41.|