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This is the complete discography of the Canadian band Sum 41. It has 5 studio albums, 3 live albums, a compilation album, 4 extended plays and a demo tape; also 19 singles, 6 DVDs and 9 songs that are considered B-Sides.

Albums Edit

Studio albumsEdit

Release date Title Label U.S. UK CAN

[1]

Canada Sales[2] U.S. Sales
2001 All Killer, No Filler Island/Aquarius 13 7 9 3x Platinum Platinum
2002 Does This Look Infected? Island/Aquarius 32 34 8 2x Platinum Gold
2004 Chuck Island/Aquarius 10 59 2 2x Platinum Gold
2007 Underclass Hero Island/Aquarius 7 46 1
2011 Screaming Bloody Murder Island/Aquarius

Live albumsEdit

Release date Title Label
2003 Does This Look Infected Too? Universal/Aquarius
2005 Go Chuck Yourself Universal/Aquarius
2011 Live at the House of Blues, Cleveland 9.15.07

Compilation albums Edit

Release date Title Label
2009 All the Good Shit: 14 Solid Gold Hits 2000-2008 Aquarius

Extended playsEdit

Release date Title Label U.S. UK CAN
2000 Half Hour of Power Island/Aquarius 176 143
2002 Motivation Island Records - - -
2005 Chuck Acoustic EP (Tour Edition Promo) Universal Records - - -

Demo tapes Edit

Release date Title Label
1998 Rock Out with Your Cock Out Self-released

DVD's Edit

lease 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 Bring the Noize! unknown Unofficial documentary DVD with a biography of the band and their lives before their career start and eventual rise to fame
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 Happy Live Surprise Island DVD Filmed during the same concert of the CD, contains 5 songs from their performance.
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.
2005 Happy Live Surprise Island DVD Filmed during the same concert of the CD, contains 5 songs from their performance.
2008 DeeVeeDee unknown Based on the cover, it seems to include various Road to Ruin episodes, performances, and short films.

Singles Edit

Year Title Chart Position Album
U.S.[3][4] U.S.
Pop
[3]
U.S.
Main.
[3]
U.S.
Mod.
[3]
UK CAN
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
2002 "Motivation" - - - 24 21 -
"'Handle This" (Europe/Japan) - - - - - -
"What We're All About" - - - - 32 - Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man
"Still Waiting" 106 - - 7 7 1 Does This Look Infected?
2003 "The Hell Song" - - - 13 35 -
"Over My Head (Better Off Dead)" - - - - 27 12
"Little Know It All" (with Iggy Pop) - - - 35 - - Skull Ring
2004 "We're All to Blame" - - 36 10 - 25 Chuck
2005 "Pieces" 107 - - 14 - 1
"Some Say" (Canada/Japan) - - - - - 10
"No Reason" (USA/Europa) - - - - - -
2007 "Underclass Hero" 116 86 - 34 188 13 Underclass Hero
"Walking Disaster" - - - 26 - 100
2008 "With Me" - 91 - - - 37*

Movie/Soundtrack appearancesEdit

"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)

"Fat Lip":

  • American Pie 2 (2001)

"32 Ways To Die":

  • Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)

"In Too Deep":

  • American Pie 2 (2001)
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)

"What We're All About":

  • Spider-Man (2002)

"The Hell Song":

  • American Wedding (2003)

"We're All to Blame":

  • Godzilla: Final Wars (2004)

"No Reason":

  • Dirty Love (2005)

"Open Your Eyes":

  • Going the Distance (2004)

"Noots":

  • Fantastic Four (2005)

"Baby you don't wanna know":

  • Green Lantern

Featurings, Covers & B-SidesEdit

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OthersEdit

Release date Title Label Information
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 (It is believed by Sum 41 fans that much of the information on this CD is incorrect.)
2003 Vans Warped Tour 2003 DVD Image Entertaiment Appearance of their performance on the tour.

NotesEdit

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