Good Charlotte Greatest Remixes

Good Charlotte Greatest Remixes
It's easy to hate on Good Charlotte. With their pseudo-punk image and cookie cutter music, they've become the butt end of their fair share of jokes. And now they're back with... a remix album? Somewhere in the distance you can hear Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler sounding off in unison, "Really?!" The disco skull that adorns the cover is reason enough to pass this one over, and after listening to all 15 tracks that's mostly the correct assumption. However, it seems that Good Charlotte remixed is the best way to listen to them. The Game lends his voice to "Fight Song," adding the attitude that the Madden brothers so desperately covet. Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy remixes first radio hit "Little Things" and surprisingly, it turns out to be one of the highlights, as he loops a high-pitched voice throughout the chorus with a catchy synth melody. And Linkin Park's Joe Hahn spins on "The Young & The Hopeless." But this release is only for the über-fan who may appreciate something like this. Maybe. (Epic)