Kreviazuk suggested Maida produce songs for the album, an ability Lavigne did not know.
In the end, there were no baggy bondage pants, ironic metal T-shirts or "Imperial Death March" strolls down the aisle.
No, when reformed snotty teen Avril Lavigne and metal-loving Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley got married Saturday afternoon at a private estate in Montecito, California, it was a surprisingly traditional affair.
But after a little while, the sweatshirt comes off and she starts to open up.
Dressed in a fitted, long-sleeved black tee shirt, jeans, and her ever-present black Converse sneakers, she sits sideways in her chair, her legs dangling over one side, and plays with her mane of long honey-blond hair.
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\n The biggest mystery about Avril Lavigne: How can one of the edgiest and most powerful voices booming out of everyone's i Pod these days come from someone so incredibly tiny (5 feet 2, tops) and shy?
Having no plans of working with producers or professional writers, Lavigne wrote much of the album with Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, with whom she had developed a friendship in the summer of 2003.
Many of the tracks in the album were recorded in Malibu.
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