Good Charlotte are clear legends of the rock scene, but criminally some of their songs get completely overlooked. Never fear, for your good friends Rock Sound have listed the band's best of the rest for youy to enjoy.
There aren't many bands who can pen a heartfelt ballad quite like GC.
LET ME GO
Going right back to the beginning with this sunshine stained classic from 2000.
WALK AWAY (MAYBE)
'The Chronicles Of Life And Death' demonstrated a transition period for Good Charlotte and this fragile bop was a prime example of the direction they were heading in.
REASON TO STAY
Featuring the dulcet tones of Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil, this cut from the band's latest opus is one pulsing with sentimental loveliness.
"CHRISTINA WOULDN'T WANNA MEET HER. SHE HATES YOU BRITNEY SO YOU BETTER RUN FOR COVER"
COUNTING THE DAYS
Often completely overlooked, 'Cardiology' was chock full of classic GC vibes, including this frontal lobe botherer.
IN THIS WORLD (MURDER)
Yeah, 'Chronicles' got really dark didn't it?
Oh 'Good Morning Revival', you were wonderful. This slab of perfectly simmering storytelling was just one reason why Good Charlotte's fourth album was so great.
I JUST WANNA LIVE (TEDDY RILEY REMIX)
A true dancefloor filler courtesy of the one of the band's greatest hits.
HARLOW'S SONG (CAN'T DREAM WITHOUT YOU)
No-one saw this one coming. a definitive late 00's style ballad straight off of Pure Volume.
A NEW BEGINNING
Best introduction to an album ever? Yeah, best introduction to an album ever.
Brimming with positive vibes and breezy beats, this is the perfect song to get you out of bed in the morning.
A slow burning epic with a chorus as big as Everest.
A reminiscent jam that proves that the band have never forgotten how to write brilliantly rousing music.
VICTIMS OF LOVE
SYNTHS. WOAH-OHS. RIFFS. IT HAS THEM ALL.