DANCE FLOOR ANTHEM BY GOOD CHARLOTTE. BY GOOD CHARLOTTE

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Dance Floor Anthem By Good Charlotte


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  • Good Charlotte is an American pop-punk band from Waldorf, Maryland that formed on April 1, 1996. They took their name from the children's book called "Good Charlotte: The Girls of Good Day Orphanage," written by Carol Beach York.
  • Good Charlotte is the name of the self-titled debut album by Good Charlotte released in 2000. It contains the song "Little Things". The album was positively received.
    dance floor
  • "Dance Floor, Part 1" is a 1982 single by the Dayton, Ohio-based, funk group, Zapp. The song spent two weeks at number one on the R&B in mid-1982, but failed to make the Hot 100. . The single was known for the use of a talk box, which became popular in the 1980s.
  • An area of uncarpeted floor, typically in a nightclub or restaurant, reserved for dancing
  • a bare floor polished for dancing
  • Dance Floor (foaled 1989 in New Jersey) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse. He was bred by William Purdey at his Greenfields Farm in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Out of the mare, Dance Troupe, a granddaughter of U.S.
  • Denoting a recording or type of music particularly popular as an accompaniment to dancing
    anthem
  • A solemn patriotic song officially adopted by a country as an expression of national identity
  • The term anthem means either a specific form of Anglican church music (in music theory and religious contexts), or more generally, a song (or composition) of celebration, usually acting as a symbol for a distinct group of people, as in the term "national anthem" or "sports anthem".
  • hymn: a song of praise (to God or to a saint or to a nation)
  • A rousing or uplifting song identified with a particular group, body, or cause
  • A choral composition based on a biblical passage, for singing by a choir in a church service
  • a song of devotion or loyalty (as to a nation or school)
dance floor anthem by good charlotte - Good Morning
Good Morning Revival
Good Morning Revival
Advanced Japanese release of the fourth full-length album from Good Charlotte. Limited edition includes bonus DVD with music videos. *Unless otherwise indicated, DVDs are region-2 encoded (Japan, Europe, and Middle East), and carry no subtitles.

Their multiple piercings, shaved heads, and abundant tattoos have them labeled a punk band, but on their fourth album, Good Charlotte--led by twin brothers Joel (lead vocals) and Benji (lead guitar) Madden--fall much more under the umbrella of 1970s arena rock and mainstream ballads. There is the occasional foray into the pop-punk mode of previous records, including the distorted-vocal rap "Keep Your Hands Off My Girl" and "Broken Hearts Parade," which sounds like Green Day with horns. It's easy to see the maturation in the Maddens' songwriting on such tracks as "The River," a surveillance of the inner workings of Los Angeles, the grass-is-greener pop song "Something Else," and "Where Would We Be," a break-up ballad about Joel Madden's split with pop princess Hilary Duff. With a piano lead and strident chorus, Madden admits, "Now I must confess that I'm a sinking ship/And I'm anchored by the weight of my heart." Browbeaten in theory, like sister songs "Misery," "Victim of Love," and "Break Her Heart," Good Morning Revival offers hints of optimism that grow with the record and reach the summit with the closing pop song, "March On." The harmonic chorus jubilantly declares, "Like soldiers we can make it through the night/We'll see the sun/March on." Whether punkers or mainstream rockers, it's apparent that Good Charlotte will continue the march. --Scott Holter

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Poised
Poised
I really like this. So, I was tagged to do the "put your iPod on shuffle and list the first twenty songs that come up" thing. If you're reading this, consider yourself tagged. 1. Baby, It's Fact by Hellogoodbye 2. The Suburbs by Arcade Fire 3. Whataya Want From Me by Adam Lambert (that's embarassing) 4. Bixby Canyon Bridge by Death Cab For Cutie 5. Use Somebody by Kings of Leon 6. Flustered/Hey Tomcat by Death Cab For Cutie 7. On The Wing by Owl City 8. Rumour Has It by Adele 9. Blink by Chameleon Circuit 10. Funeral (Band of Horses cover) by Copenhagen Collective 11. Hero by Regina Spektor 12. Death of an Interior Decorator by Death Cab For Cutie 13. Lost by Coldplay 14. Breakfast by Newsboys 15. Title Track by Death Cab For Cutie 16. Dance Floor Anthem by Good Charlotte 17. The Dark of the Matinee by Franz Ferdinand 18. Information Travels Faster by Death Cab For Cutie 19. TV Trays by Death Cab For Cutie 20. Nothing Better by The Postal Service And there you have it. Conclusion? I need new music. Also: Death Cab For Cutie makes up an entire quarter of the music on my iPod.
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Herberta and I don't ice skate at Rockefeller Center, though we kinda wish that we did. Instead we content ourselves with looking awesome and grooving to "Blue" by Eiffel 65 and "Dance Floor Anthem" by Good Charlotte– what everyone else is skating to. New York City April 7, 2008

dance floor anthem by good charlotte
dance floor anthem by good charlotte
Cardiology
Rock sensations Good Charlotte are back with their highly anticipated fifth full-length album Cardiology almost exactly 10 years after their self-titled debut put them on the map as one of the most exciting bands of the decade. Originally formed as a pop-punk band in Waldorf, Maryland, in 1996, Good Charlotte—vocalist Joel Madden, guitarist Benji Madden, guitarist Billy Martin, bassist Paul Thomas and the latest edition, drummer Dean Butterworth—have penned countless mainstream radio hits such as “The Anthem,” “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” and “Hold On.” However more importantly the band have constantly reinvented themselves and refused to limit their potential, whether that means supporting Justin Timberlake on his FutureSex/LoveShow tour or collaborating with Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows and Synyster Gates on their hit single “The River” from Good Charlotte’s 2007 full-length Good Morning Revival. That adventurous musical persona continues with Cardiology, an album that features everything from the dance floor-friendly first single “Like It’s Her Birthday” to future GC anthems such as “Silver Screen Romance,” while still effortlessly retaining the band’s signature sound in the process. While in some ways Cardiology is a return to form for these multiple Warped Tour headliners, it also manages to work in elements from throughout the band's classic catalog to create an album that simultaneously summarizes what Good Charlotte are all about and hints at where they are headed in the future. While musical trends can be fleeting, Good Charlotte have always proved themselves to be a constant in the music world by sticking to their punk roots without being afraid to expand their horizons and bring in new influences—and Cardiology is just the latest chapter in the band's already unparalleled career. We can’t wait to see what the second decade holds in store with Good Charlotte and share Cardiology with the band’s myriad fans and supporters who have been clamoring for this record.

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