Good Morning Revival

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Good Morning Revival
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Studio album by Good Charlotte
Released March 27, 2007
Recorded July–September 2006
Studio Armoury Studios and The Warehouse, Vancouver, Canada;
NRG Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California, United States
Genre
Length 44:55
Label Epic, Daylight
Producer Don Gilmore
Good Charlotte chronology
The Chronicles of Life and Death
(2004)The Chronicles of Life and Death2004
Good Morning Revival
(2007)
Greatest Remixes
(2008)Greatest Remixes2008
Singles from Good Morning Revival
  1. "The River"
    Released: January 15, 2007
  2. "Keep Your Hands off My Girl"
    Released: February 23, 2007
  3. "Dance Floor Anthem"
    Released: June 30, 2007
  4. "Misery"
    Released: December 7, 2007
  5. "Where Would We Be Now"
    Released: May 20, 2008

Good Morning Revival (stylized as Good Morning Revival.) is the fourth studio album by American pop punk band Good Charlotte and the follow-up to the 2004 release The Chronicles of Life and Death. It is the first album to feature Dean Butterworth on drums, who joined the band in March 2005 after former drummer Chris Wilson departed in 2005. Billy Martin has mentioned in an interview that Benji Madden came up with the name for the album.[6] This style can be heard in the album's third single, "Dance Floor Anthem", which is the most successful song on the album by debuting at No. 2 on the Australian charts and reaching No.25 on the Billboard Hot 100.[7] It is the final album by Good Charlotte to be released through Daylight Records; they subsequently signed a deal with Capitol.

Background[edit]

In March 2005, the band went on a UK tour.[8] While on this tour, the band were working on new material on their tour bus.[9] Vocalist Joel Madden expressed an interest to move beyond three-chord song structures, as first displayed on The Chronicles of Life and Death. Guitarist Billy Martin has kept this in mind while writing the majority of the material. At this point, Madden reckoned they had anywhere from a quarter to half an album's worth of songs.[10] In May, drummer Chris Wilson left the group and was replaced by Dean Butterworth.[11] The group met him through John Feldmann of Goldfinger.[12] In August, the band revealed they would be recording later in the year with producer Eric Valentine.[13] Madden had been revisiting acts he used to enjoy, such as Oasis, the Police and the Clash. He also mentioned that it would feature a large amount of keyboards, played by Martin.[11]

Up to this point, they had 12 songs written,[13] and had plans to go into pre-production in November[11] and record in December.[14] Instead, they took a break to focus on their personal lives. Martin worked on painting while the Madden brothers spent time producing other acts and DJing.[15] They eventually got the urge to work again[15] and reconvened in February 2006. The band reconnected with Don Gilmore, who produced their first album, and showed him the 50 songs they had written.[16] Gilmore was dismissive of all of the material,[17] except for "Keep Your Hands off My Girl".[18]

Dave Massey, executive vice president of A&R at Sony Music Labels Group and Gilmore proposed that they reinvent themselves;[17] a view the Madden brothers also shared.[18] Massey said: "[They] wrote some very promising early songs, but both Don and myself really wanted to push the envelop as to what could be achieved".[17] Gilmore recommended that the Madden brothers needed to escape from the Los Angeles scene in order to focus on the songs,[18] suggesting Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver's picturesque environment was used as inspiration,[19] and over the course of seven weeks, they wrote a new batch of songs. The group were anxious and scared about impressing Gilmore; after they wrote "Victims of Love", Joel Madden said they "felt like 'OK, now we're definitely on to something new and different.'"[17]

Recording[edit]

Every two weeks, the band would get together and show each other the songs they had. All of the ones they liked, they made demos of. They eventually demoed around 40 from the Madden brothers, 12 from Martin and five from bassist Paul Thomas. The demos were sent in batches of ten to Gilmore, who would often respond saying he only liked one of the tracks. Gilmore challenged the band to write new material that was different for them.[12] The group demoed another 30 songs before they began recording the final choices in July.[20] The band had previously met with a number of producers, but eventually went with Gilmore due to his helpful comments on the demos.[12]

Sessions took place at Armoury Studios and The Warehouse in Vancouver, and at NRG Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California. Recording was handled by Mark Kiczula with assistant engineer Fox Phelps.[21] Martin used his Paul Reed Smith guitar for 3/4s of recording, while the remaining quarter was done with a John 5 Telecaster. They were played through Mesa Boogie and Dual Rectifiers heads connected to Marshall amplifiers. He used a Eventide H3000 Harmonizer effects pedal on nearly all of the songs. Benji Madden played Ernie Ball running through JCM heads connected to Marshall amplifiers.[12]

The band were conversing with Avenged Sevenfold during the MTV Video Music Awards and invited them to the studio to hear the album. Joel Madden queried if they wanted to appear on a song, and picked "The River". M. Shadows lends his vocals and Synyster Gates contributed a guitar solo to the track.[19] Bobbie Page, Terry Wood, Maxine Waters and Carmen Carter sung backing vocals on "All Black". The Incognito Horns played horns on "Broken Hearts Parade". BC Smith and Bart Hendrickson did programming.[21] Sessions concluded on September 14, and the recordings were sent for mixing three days later.[19] They were mixed by Andy Wallace at Soundtrack Studios in New York City. John O'Mahony served as Pro Tools engineer with assistance from Mike Scielzi. Ted Jensen mastered the recordings at Sterling Sound in New York City.[21]

Composition[edit]

The group wanted to move away from the dark overtones of their past work. Joel Madden said that since their contemporaries' music was "getting really dramatic", they decided to move into dance-orientated territory,[19] incorporating hip hop and dance elements into their pop punk sound.[15] The album features a heavy use of keyboards compared to The Chronicles of Life and Death. According to Martin, they toyed with keyboards a bit on Chronicles, which everyone enjoyed. As a result, when writing for Good Morning Revival, Martin would work on an idea with a keyboard instead of his guitar.[12] Madden said Butterwoth was important to the making of the album, saying he was from a "different school" of drumming.[17] Martin said the album's title is meant to "represent a fresh kind of starting over".[12] Discussing "Misery", Madden said they lived in a "world full of distraction, and no one is supposed to be sad or feel anything but great and happy and do whatever it takes to be happy".[15]

"The River" talks about people who get involved in the lifestyle of Los Angeles and lose their identity as a result.[19] Madden said "Dance Floor Anthem" was a break-up song that encouraged someone to "Get out there and meet somebody, have a good time. … Forget about it. Don't buy into the drama."[15] "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" was inspired by DJ Junior Sanchez, who was a friend of Madden's, after Sanchez taught Madden about DJ and dance culture. Madden had intended for the song to be released by Sanchez. However, it was included on the album after people were positive towards the song.[19] Discussing "Where Would We Be Now", "Break Apart Her Heart" and "Something Else", Joel Madden said "Love is a big part of me and I've accepted that and it's in my music. And I'm not afraid to just show it."[22] "Beautiful Place" was written by Benji Madden while he was in Mexico. When Butterworth laid down a drum track for it, the drums became part of the hook.[22] Madden said "March On" was partially inspired by the Cardigans' "Lovefool".[17]

Release[edit]

In mid-September, "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" was posted on the group's website.[19] In September and October, the group went on a headlining club tour with The Pink Spiders.[23] In December, the group filmed a music video for "The River" in Los Angeles, California with director Marc Webb. It features the Los Angeles River, which Benji Madden said was symbolic in that "it's concrete, polluted, graffitied, and when you think of 'baptism in the river' [the chorus of the song], you think peaceful and serene".[24] Joel Madden said in an interview with MuchMusic that the album release has been pushed back to early March 2007.[25] In January 2007, the Madden brothers went on a promotional South Pacific tour.[26] On January 15, "The River" was released to radio. The following day, a music video was released for "Keep Your Hands off My Girl", directed by Marvin Scott Jarrett.[27]

The music video for "The River" premiered on TV on February 5.[28] It featured performance scenes next to the Los Angeles river, mixed in footage of other places in Los Angeles.[24] To promote the video, the band partnered with Bix.com to create a web portal that allowed their fans to upload pictures that could be incorporated in the background of the video. These customized clips could then be sent to friends and appear on social networking platforms.[17] "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" was released as a CD single in Australia on February 24 with a Broken Spindles remix and music video of the track, an acoustic version of "I Just Wanna Live" and "Face the Strange" as B-sides.[29] Good Morning Revival was released on March 27 through Epic and Daylight Records.[16] Physical retailers, such as Target, Best Buy, Circuit City and Walmart, were each given exclusive bonus tracks, as did digital retailer iTunes.[17] The Australian edition featured a DVD, which included "The River" music, a making-of video, and an EPK.[30]

"Dance Floor Anthem" was released as a CD single in Australia on June 30[31] with radio and album versions of the song and a Brass Knuckles remix of "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" as B-sides. Also included was the music video to "Dance Floor Anthem",[32] which was filmed in Canada[33] and directed by Sean Michael Turrell.[34] The band supported Justin Timberlake on the US leg of his FutureSex/LoveShow tour[35] in August and September.[36] In October, the group on a tour of Australia.[37] "Misery" was released as a CD single in Australia on December 12 with a live version of the track as a B-side.[38] "Where Would We Be Now" was released to US radio on May 20, 2008. In July and August, the group went on a co-headlining US tour with Boys Like Girls, with support from Metro Station and the Maine, dubbed the Soundtrack of Your Summer tour.[39] Benji Madden posted an outtake "No Communication" from the album sessions on their website in May 2009.[40]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
About.com3.5/5 stars[1]
AbsolutePunk11%[3]
AllMusic2/5 stars[4]
Blender3/5 stars[41]
Drowned in Sound5/10 stars[42]
Entertainment WeeklyB−[43]
The Guardian1/5 stars[44]
Hot Press3/5 stars[45]
MusicOMH4/5 stars[2]
NME3/10 stars[46]
Robert Christgau(dud)[47]
Rolling Stone2/5 stars[48]
Sputnikmusic2/5[49]

Initial critical response to Good Morning Revival has been mixed to negative, with a score of 45/100 points on review aggregator site Metacritic. The New York Times gave the album a negative review, calling it "a mystifyingly inept CD that includes some of the worst lyrics you will — or, with any luck, won’t — hear all year." The Guardian said "Revival is a fourth album of stunning fatuousness." Dr Dave De Sylvia of Sputnikmusic said "Good Morning Revival is inconsistent; downright sinful at times, it contains sparks of brilliance and some very creditable pop moments." Alternative Press said "Good Charlotte have become caricatures of themselves". NOW Magazine said "After years and years of hating every ounce of Maryland's mall-punk icons Good Charlotte, it seems now that the actual trick to enjoying their music on any plausible level is to go into the whole thing with absolutely no expectations. Not even low expectations. Nothing." However, Billboard was positive of the album, calling it "an album that proves being rich and famous doesn't always blunt a band's creative appetite."

Entertainment Weekly placed the album at number 4 on their list of worst albums of 2007.[50] By May 2008, the album had sold 284,000 copies in the US.[39] In 2016, Benji Madden said of the album: "This was when we either could have quit or do what we did. … We could have tried to make The Young And The Hopeless again, but that, to me, would have been giving up"[51] Later that year, Joel Madden said it was his favorite Good Charlotte album, and that "people don’t give it the credit it needs, as a record and for where we were at for our age. I think we really put together a body of work that was cohesive."[52]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Benji Madden, Joel Madden and Don Gilmore, except where noted.[21]

  1. "Good Morning Revival" – 0:56
  2. "Misery" – 3:49
  3. "The River" (featuring M. Shadows & Synyster Gates) – 3:15
  4. "Dance Floor Anthem" – 4:04
  5. "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" (B. Madden, J. Madden) – 3:25
  6. "Victims of Love" – 3:45
  7. "Where Would We Be Now" (Billy Martin, B. Madden, J. Madden) – 3:58
  8. "Break Apart Her Heart" – 3:19
  9. "All Black" – 4:19
  10. "Beautiful Place" – 3:50
  11. "Something Else" – 3:19
  12. "Broken Hearts Parade" – 3:15
  13. "March On" – 3:11

Bonus tracks

Personnel[edit]

Personnel per booklet.[21]

Chart positions[edit]

The album has achieved spots on album charts in many countries. Good Charlotte have achieved top 10 chart debuts in thirteen countries, making Good Morning Revival their highest international chart positions ever.

Album

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Argentinean Albums Chart[53] 4
Australian Albums Chart[54] 5
Austrian Albums Chart[55] 4
Billboard 200[56] 7
Billboard Comprehensive Albums[57] 7
Billboard European Top 100 Albums[58] 1
Billboard Top Digital Albums[59] 3
Billboard Top Internet Albums 3
Billboard Top Rock Albums[56] 2
Canadian Albums Chart[56] 2
Dutch Albums Chart[60] 5
Estonian Albums Chart 5
Finnish Albums Chart[60] 1
French Albums Chart[60] 3
Chart (2007) Peak
position
German Albums Chart[61] 10
Greek Albums Chart[62] 7
Hong Kong Albums Chart[61] 4
Hungarian Albums Chart[63] 3
Irish Albums Chart[64] 3
Italian Albums Chart[65] 32
Japanese Albums Chart[66] 1
Mexican Albums Chart[61] 6
New Zealand Albums Chart[60] 2
Swedish Albums Chart[60] 2
Swiss Albums Chart[60] 7
Taiwanese Albums Chart[67] 5
Thai Albums Chart[61] 8
UK Albums Chart[68] 13

Note: for all the certification definitions see: Certifications

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format
Japan March 13, 2007 AVEX Trax CD
Ireland March 16, 2007 CD
Australia March 18, 2007 Sony Records CD
Italy, United Kingdom March 19, 2007 CD
Canada, United States March 27, 2007 Epic Records, Daylight Records CD

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