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Good Charlotte Import

4.3 out of 5 stars 433 customer reviews

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  • 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 433 customer reviews
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Good Charlotte ~ Good Charlotte


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Format: Audio CD
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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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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By A Customer on June 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Good Charlotte is an excellent band. People don't understand them though, their music isn't limited to just one style. The thing that rocks about GC's music is that they cover so many different styles of music, and they do it all with emotion, passion, and aggression. Unlike alot of other pop-punk bands, GC's songs don't all sound the same. Also GC's songs aren't all redundant love songs and they don't have un-sincere lyrics like SOME bands out there (:::*cough SIMPLE PLAN *cough:::). Little Things is like Blink-182 meets The Beastie Boys with Nirvana type lyrics. Waldorfworldwide is a sweet ska/reggae type song, think Sublime meets Blink-182. Motivation Proclimation is a mid-paced rock song, think Third Eye Blind meets Green Day, great solo in this song too. East Coast Anthem is a punkish song that sounds like Rancid or The Clash but with East coast flavored lyrics. Festival Song sounds like a Green Day song. Complicated is yet another ska/reggae type song that sounds like Sublime, but the lyrics are about the twin's father which adds an interesting and personal twist to the song. Seasons starts off as an acoustic ballad, but then leads into a rock song, its basically an emo song. I Don't Wanna Stop is probably the weakest track, but its still okay, reminds me of New Found Glory a little bit. I Heard You is another song for social outcasts and its a really fast song. The Click is a good Blink-182ish song with cool guitar riffs and great lyrics. Walk By sounds like an old school Aerosmith or Zeppelin song at the beginning, but then goes back to sounding like a GC song. Let Me Go is a cool song with a great bass intro. Screamer is kind of like Motivation Proclimation but with a riff that reminds one of Gun's N Roses's "Sweet Child O Mine". Change is a pop ballad that would make a good slow dance. Ignore the haters, they only hate for a few reasons which are:
1. The band's image
2. GC's fanbase
3. GC's popularity
Rock on.
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Format: Audio CD
this cd is the best.
every song is awsome
here is a review of some songs:
1-Little things - amazing song,you can relate to if you had problems in school etc.i relate to the whole song,especially "the little things make who iam today..."10/10
2-Waldorf Worldwide - my favorite.is for you to jump around.punk/ska.really good.i just can't get enough of this song.10/10
3-Motivation Proclamation - very cool.great lyrics "motivate me,i wanna get myself out of this bed.captivate me,i wanna good thoughts inside of my head".Joel's voice sounds amazing in the chorus 9/10
4-East Coast Anthem - one of my favorites.its a song to rock out.10/10
5-Festival Song - one more to jump around.great lyrics.fun song 9/10
6-Complicated - this one is cool too.not my favorite though.i listen to when i wanna listen to the whole cd.but sometimes i skip that one.the lyrics are cool. 7/10
7-Seasons - GREAT!one of my favorites too.it starts accoustic,then you just go crazy.10/10
10-The Click - my favorite EVER.i just love the lyrics,i really relate to that song.the best song from them in my opinion,together with Waldorf Worldwide,East Coast,Little Things and Young & The Hopeless.this is a bonus track of the cd
Thank You Mom - one of my favorites too.hidden track of the album.they thank their mom.and i think its just a beautiful song.like Emotionless on The Young & The Hopeless.
i think this cd is wayyyyy better than The Young & The Hopeless.its like with this cd you get the feeling that they were just having fun recording the album.with The Young & The Hopeless its like they wanted to play more on MTV and radios..i dont know.TY&TH its a great cd dont get me wrong.but this one is more jumpy and fun and as some people says..more punk elements on it.the second cd is more pop/punk.
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