Good Charlotte (album)

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Good Charlotte
Studio album by Good Charlotte
Released September 26, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Pop punk, skate punk, ska punk
Length 46:44
Language English
Label Daylight
Epic Records
Producer Don Gilmore
John Feldmann
Good Charlotte chronology
GC EP
(2000)
Good Charlotte
(2000)
The Young and the Hopeless
(2002)

Good Charlotte is the debut studio album by American pop punk band, Good Charlotte. Good Charlotte was released on September 26, 2000. It was the first and last album to feature Aaron Escolopio on the drums. All of the songs except for "Let Me Go" and "Seasons" were written by Benji and Joel Madden. "Let Me Go" and "Seasons" were written by Benji Madden, Joel Madden and Josh Ian.

Songs[change | change source]

2000 release[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "Little Things"    
2. "Waldorf Worldwide"    
3. "The Motivation Proclamation"    
4. "East Coast Anthem"    
5. "Festival Song"    
6. "Complicated"    
7. "Seasons"    
8. "I Don't Wanna Stop"    
9. "I Heard You"    
10. "Walk By"    
11. "Let Me Go"    
12. "Screamer"    
13. "Change" (A hidden track titled "Thank You Mom" about 1 minute and 2 seconds after "Change" ends)  

Japanese release[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "Little Things"    
2. "Waldorf Worldwide"    
3. "The Motivation Proclamation"    
4. "East Coast Anthem"    
5. "Festival Song"    
6. "Complicated"    
7. "Seasons"    
8. "I Don't Wanna Stop"    
9. "I Heard You"    
10. "Walk By"    
11. "Let Me Go"    
12. "Screamer"    
13. "Change" (A hidden track titled "Thank You Mom" about 1 minute and 2 seconds after "Change" ends)  

2003 re-release[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "Little Things"    
2. "Waldorf Worldwide"    
3. "The Motivation Proclamation"    
4. "East Coast Anthem"    
5. "Festival Song"    
6. "Complicated"    
7. "Seasons"    
8. "I Don't Wanna Stop"    
9. "I Heard You"    
10. "Walk By"    
11. "Let Me Go"    
12. "Screamer"    
13. "Change" (A hidden track titled "Thank You Mom" about 1 minute and 2 seconds after "Change" ends)  

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