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- I Don't Wanna Be In Love
- Me, Myself, and I
- From the opening sounds of GOOD CHARLOTTE’s fourth album Good Morning Revival -- which launches with an artful, innovative sound collage that slides into the irresistible “Misery”-- it’s evident that the world-famous band who’ve sold over nine million albums has revolutionized its sound for 2007. And by the time the optimistic parting shot “March On” rolls around, it’s evident that this is the vibrant, adventurous and unexpected rock album that has redefined the group.
Good Morning Revival sustains its momentum with tracks like the fuzzy, club-driven "I Don't Wanna Be In Love (Dance Floor Anthem)" and the genre-defying, Gorillaz-like You Tube favorite "Keep Your Hands Off My Girl" (which was introduced to audiences on the band’s U.S. fall 2006 tour and will be the lead single in Europe, Asia and South America). Good Charlotte has proven that it can thrive in a number of musical realms.
Revitalized and inspired, Good Morning Revival finds Good Charlotte at its creative pinnacle.