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Good Charlotte Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 26 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00005MK1O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (433 customer reviews)

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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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By GCgirl on Oct. 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well I'll start off by writing that Good Charlotte are the best band there ever was and ever will be. There music is so awesome that there are no words to describe it really. For all the Good Charlotte haters well they should grow up and just not listen to them if they don't like them and definitely not say stupid and mean things about the guys of Good Charlotte. As far as anyone who says that they don't have any talent that is just stupid because one listen to any of their songs is plain to see that these guys are super talented. Well enough about that. This CD is so good and there are no songs on it that wouldn't get a 11\10 in my mind. As far as skipping any songs on the CD I never do because every song is so beautifully written. There songs can just help anyone out whether you are in a bad mood and wanna cry or in a good mood and wanna rock out. Every song on this CD is about everyday things that happen to everyday people and they can really help you get through tough times.
I'll end this off by saying to all of the GC haters that they are not sellouts. Just because they appear on tiger beat magazine covers who really cares. Maybe the bands that you would like to see on the cover of Tiger Beat are just not good enough to appear on it or maybe no one cares about that band.
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Format: Audio CD
okay, i know you either hate this cd, or love it, but im going to judge it with all the bands faults aside (like them not being punk, and being sellouts). first, someone said this is emo, which it is deffintly not. just because you sing about girls or relationships, does not make you emo. think of what you are saying. bands like atreyu, who are great hardcore, sing about being cry babies, and girls too (A Song For The Optimist).
Now, to the music. There is some creative parts in this cd, but they are totally shaded out by the typical, MTV-trash-non-creativeness pop punk. it is quickly repetive, with similar riffs and drumming. dont even get me started on the lyrics...geez my 13 year old cousin can write more intelligent lyrics than this. one reviewer said "the songs are about benji and joels lives"....wow...like nobodys EVER sung about lifes problems, joys, ups, downs, or life in general, before. Basicly, and in short, this is yet another display of the music scenes mediocrecy today. okay, guess i couldnt review this cd without bashing on this band and thier suckiness. bands that actually have talent shoould be dominating the airwaves, not your so called "metal"-linkin park, trapt....those bands suck. listen to killswitch, as i lay dying, children of bodom, older in flames,....yea, bands with talent. bottom line - if you like pop punk, or punk in general (which this cd is not), listen to MXPX, millencolin, goldfinger, NOFX, bad religion, all those r ten times better than GC will ever be.
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By A Customer on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
After owning this CD for almost 4 years, its still fun to listen to today. I remember the first time I heard GC on my local rock station, playing their demo of Little Things. I loved the song, and I wanted their album really bad, but unfortunately they didn't even have a record deal then. That same year I went to a Blink-182 show in Philly, and what do you know, they had GC play as their opening band that night. I'll never forget how much they kicked ass. I met them after that, they were awesome and they gave me a demo of their songs, which also rocks. Eventually they got a record deal after touring with Blink and Lit for awhile. Their a really hated band today, but I think their still awesome and really talented. My only complaint about GC's album is some of the production is sloppy sometimes and it doesn't always sound solid. I wish the drums would be a little bit louder and the vocals a little bit lower too. Those are the only complaints I have though, GC is amazing live. And for you (...) saying their "NSYNC WITH GUITAREZ", get a life, they sound absolutely NOTHING like Nsync whatsoever.
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If you have "TYATH" and you want this album next, you might want to think about it before you do. If you enjoyed the catchy, beautiful, and powerful songs from "TYATH" then yoy will not like this. The songs on this album are a bit more rappy and some can get annoying easily. The opening song "Little things" is a great opener, but the verses are a bit rappy but it does get to a rocky chorus. Another rappy song is "Complicated", I used to like it but it got annoying. Some songs are quite hard to like, they take a while to grow on you, like "Waldorfworldwide", and "East coast anthem". Some are quite boring ballads too, like "Seasons", and "Change" their lyrics aren't great either. The songs I would recommend on this album, if you loved "TYATH" are "I don't wanna stop", "I heard you (this is kinda rappish, but only a bit)", "The click (the best)" and ""Walk by". If you want to know "Good Charlotte and you want to love them just get "TYATH" and don't bother with this one.
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Format: Audio CD
Many *punks* that defined themselves in the 1980's or 90's have their minds set on what punk music is and what it isn't. To many of those *punks* Good Charlotte is one of those bands that isn't considered punk. But, when did they ever claim they were punk? According to lead singer Joel Madden, "We are just a rock band. Whatever anyone calls us, then that is what we are. If someone wants to believe we are a punk band, then we are a punk band. If they think we are a rock band, then we are. We don't label ourselves. We just want to make music, tour, and be a band." So, if people can get past that and appreciate the album for what is for...then...you will love it. This album defines anger management teen angst. All of the songs on the album are written by Joel and Benji Madden of the band, and the connection you will have the lyrics could be life altering. Little Things, Motivate Me, and Festival Song were the singles off the album, and by far the most likely to get stuck in your head (but, hey, it's a good thing)...All their other songs are so great, but I do not have the space to express how truly wonderful they are. The band, formed by Joel Madden, Benji Madden, Billy Martin, Paul Thomas, and Aaron (now replaced with Chris WIlson) has a personal passion for their music that shines through with their awesome self-titled debut album. BUY IT!!!!!
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