Released: 3rd February 2003.
Is it a New Found Glory? Is it a Blink 182? No, it's Good Charlotte! Even though they all have their own unique intricacies, a lot of these punk/pop bands sound similar, but that can only be a good thing. This is even managing to hook in those that don't like the genre, so they must be doing something right. It's also nice to hear some cynical commentary on high society without resorting to toilet humour. I don't think it will make the Top 10, but the truly great records don't need to if all they want to do is make themselves known.
Oh please. Why do punk bands always sing about how much they hate corporations, authority and money? Here, Good Charlotte ask why rich and famous people always complain. Presumably no one had the decency to ask them why the lyrics had to be such guff, especially when they wrote a killer chorus and great punk track (even if it is somewhat generic). While it's a good song, it's certainly not going to make them rich and famous, but, as Good Charlotte will no doubt be the first to tell you, that's a good thing.