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Good Morning Revival

17 Mar. 2007 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 15 Mar. 2007
  • Release Date: 17 Mar. 2007
  • Label: Epic/Daylight
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  • Total Length: 44:25
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  • ASIN: B001GSE6LE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,111 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matt182 on 26 Aug. 2008
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, the overall GC sound has improved; it is more uplifting. I really didn't like that emo aura, and the last album was quite depressing, except for the fantastic Mountain. This album was produced by Don Gilmore and mixed by Andy Wallace, which is the same combination as Linkin Park's Meteora, which is a much better album. It goes to show how good these guys are together. One main replacement in the band for this album was the drummer Dean Butterworth stepping in for Chris Wilson. He has to be the 2nd best drummer the band has ever had on an album, behind the very talented Josh Freese. As a result the drumming is far better and far more live sounding, rather than technical, like on the last album. They have almost changed to a dance beat as a result, although Benji is embarrassed to admit it. The guitars are also better and more live sounding, rather than the low droning chords on most of the last album. This album is supposed to be about hope, but every song has at least some negativity in it. Compared to TCOLAD I guess this is a `revival', with a more upbeat and hopeful sound for the band.

Good morning revival opens the album with loads of computerised noises and piano. Joel opens with 'You're tired of running...' and ends with 'keep your sadness alive', which is a good build up for the negative Misery. A song about keeping sadness alive. It doesn't really make sense, but gives a cynical view of the world.
The river is supposed to be a Christian revival song. I have nothing against that but it has turned out to sound really annoying. Every GC fan raves about this song, but personally I don't like it. The fact that they mixed their thoughts on LA in the verses with being baptised and a believer in the chorus, is a terrible combination.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SideShowBob on 25 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
'Good Morning Revival', Good Charlotte's fourth album, is different to their previous ones. It has an obvious more serious tone, that some die hard fans might not appreciate, but I think this change of direction has worked and shows the range of music Good Charlotte can make. Tracks:

'Good Morning Revival': An intro that is less than a minute which leads straight into 'Misery'. I like this start to the album. Its calming.

'Misery': On first listen I really didn't like this song, but then I listened again at it was great! It is one of those songs that will stay in your head and you'll probably be humming it all day. A typical Good Charlotte track that could have easily been on one of their previous albums. 5/5

'The River': This features M. Shadows and Synyster Gates from Avenged Sevenfold and shows a more hard rock side to Good Charlotte. This track shows that they can expand and make different kinds of music than they have made in the past. 4/5

'Dance Floor Anthem': A real sing along song that will have you dancing around for ages. A great chorus. 5/5

'Keep Your Hands off my Girl': Great track, one of the best from the album. Great, catchy lyrics that everyone must know. Great riff and beat aswell. Obvious choice for a single. 5/5

'Victims of Love': A grower. On first few lsitens you'll probably think 'hmmm' but then the lyrics become clear and it becomes a better song. 4/5

'Where Would We Be Now': Slower track that shows a more mature Good Charlotte. 4/5

'Break Apart Her Heart': Great track that again is mature and very true. Very fast paced chorus. 5/5

'All Black': An ok track that takes a bit of time to get into. The lyrics are a bit cheesy which pushes it down the ratings a bit, but its ok.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. K. Wood-mitchell on 22 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
I have been a massive fan since their debut which is over 10 years ago and having been very dissapointed with 2004's The Chronicles Of Life And Death, I had pretty much given up on them producing anything decent.

However, I was really surprised to hear a brilliant mix of traditional GC with some newer influences on this album. To me, they have explored new ground in every song, with a no-filler effect.

There are many stand out tracks to choose from, with their releases obviously being up there (Keep Your Hands Off My Girl, which has only grown on me since first hearing it, and The River, which is pure class). But songs such as Break Apart Her Heart, Victims Of Love and Dance Floor Anthem have captivated a much wider audience with their redesigned melodies. This is without mentioning crowd pleaser, All Black or the softer sound of March On (Benji's solo writing debut).

They've finally mastered the art of slower songs- instead of droning for 5 minutes (Mountain, anyone?) songs like March On or Where Would We Be Now have a much more appealing sound.

Furthermore, Joel has pushed his vocal capacity to his full potential on this record which enhances each and every song.

Somehow, Good Morning Revival, for all it's diversity, manages to make each song meld into the next in a complementary sort of way.

New sounds, more instrumental skill, a better vocal range and a wealth of song writing experience has made Good Morning Revival a masterpiece. Anyone listening would never guess it was by GC, but at the same time they have returned to their roots.

Good Charlotte have excelled themselves, and Good Morning Revival shows them at the pinnacle of their career so far.
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