Live at Brixton Academy (Good Charlotte album)

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Live at Brixton Academy
Live album by Good Charlotte
Released 2005
Recorded October 5, 2004
Genre Pop punk, punk rock
Length 68:00
Producer Jesse Shepherd
Good Charlotte chronology
Video Collection
(2003)
Live at Brixton Academy
(2004)
Fast Future Generation
(2007)
For other recordings with the same name, see Live at Brixton Academy.

Live at Brixton Academy is a live DVD released by the band Good Charlotte at the peak of their popularity after the release of their most famous album The Young and the Hopeless and the completion of the 500 day tour in support of it. This DVD features their live performance at Brixton Academy on 17 December 2003 and a documentary about the band.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Anthem"
  2. "Festival Song"
  3. "Riot Girl"
  4. "Wondering"
  5. "Girls & Boys"
  6. "My Bloody Valentine"
  7. "Hold On"
  8. "The Story of My Old Man"
  9. "I Heard You"
  10. "Movin' On"
  11. "Emotionless"
  12. "The Day That I Die"
  13. "The Young & the Hopeless"
  14. "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Personnel[edit]

  • Sam Erickson - Director
  • Jesse Sheppard - Producer
  • David Rudd - Photography director
  • Michael Lamb - Lighting director
  • Thom Cadley - Concert Mix
  • Nahum - Editor
  • Dana Austin - DVD production
  • Jeff Frederick - DVD production
  • Steve Feinberg - Manager
  • Mark Martinovich - Manager
  • David Massey - A&R

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Top Music Video[1] 1
Comprehensive Music Videos[2] 2

Certifications[edit]

Country Sales Certification
Australia 35,000 Gold[3]

Trivia[edit]

  • Lead singer and guitarist of Mest, Tony Lovato, joins the band on stage to perform "The Young & the Hopeless".
  • Benji Madden tells fans that his one belief and rule in life is that "you're not supposed to say 'cheers' unless you're from England".
  • It was filmed in London on December 16 and 17, 2003.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard Top Music Video. Billboard. Retrieved August 17, 2007.
  2. ^ Billboard Comprehensive Music Videos. Billboard. Retrieved August 17, 2007.
  3. ^ ARIA Certification