The band reinterprets their old songs, with a little help from their friends

By People Staff
Updated October 28, 2008 10:55 AM
Marvin Scott Jarrett

When it comes to Good Charlotte, everything old is new again – at least when their new album is concerned.

Good Charlotte Greatest Remixes calls on their deejay and producer friends to reinvent some of their original songs. Jay-E featuring The Game remixes “Fight Song,” while Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump tries his hand at reinterpreting “Little Things.” The album also features Metro Station’s cover of “I Don’t Want to Be in Love.”

There will be some new music as well: the album will also feature the new single “War”, which the band says reflects the current political situation. The song has lyrics like, “What about AIDS in Africa? Poverty? If it ain’t about us, well I don’t know.”

The CD will be available Nov 25, but the band has already posted the track list and other information on their celebrity MySpace page.
– Emmet Sullivan