Last.fm Trends: Good Charlotte Is Rocking Again
After taking a break from the extensive touring that followed 2007’s Good Morning Revival, pop punk veterans Good Charlotte are back with another new album to send teenage kids into euphoria.
Cardiology was released yesterday and it sees the band re-visit their pop punk roots. Check out the review at Streetdate here. While Last.fm users soak up the new album, the Last.fm Trends team look back at their previous hits to see what the new album has to live up to.
Good Charlotte broke out with the release of 2002’s The Young And The Hopeless. Four of the band’s top ten most played tracks on Last.fm (“The Anthem,” “Lifestyles Of The Rich And The Famous,” “Girls and Boys” and “Hold On”) come from this album, giving a total of 4,081,895 scrobbles.
“The River”, which features Avenged Sevenfold members M. Shadows and Synester Gates, is placed at number two with 1,627,680 total scrobbles.
The number one spot belongs to “I Just Wanna Live” from 2004’s The Chronicles Of Life And Death.
The track defies the band’s pop punk roots, exploring rap and dance instead, and has clearly pleased listeners: it has so far picked up 1,783,861 scrobbles.
The release of Cardiology was preceded with the August release of single “Like It’s Her Birthday”. The track so far has 92,119 scrobbles and still has some way to go before it can enter the band’s top ten most played, with “Predictable” holding 721,745 scrobbles.
Make sure you’re scrobbling your plays of Cardiology. Head to Last.fm for more information.
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