Formed in the late '90s, Maryland pop-punk outfit Good Charlotte made their mainstream breakthrough in 2002 with raucous hits "The Anthem" and "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" from their sophomore set, The Young and the Hopeless. Influenced by Minor Threat, Rancid, and Green Day, the quintet made a splash on MTV with their youthful, rebellious videos, finding crossover success in both the pop and rock markets with subsequent international Top Ten hits The Chronicles of Life and Death (2004) and Good Morning Revival (2007). As members became fathers and the scene evolved, they embraced their roles as genre vets in the late 2010s, fueling the nostalgic pop-punk revival with 2016's Youth Authority and 2018's Generation Rx. They began the 2020s by collaborating with newer acts like Yung Pinch and Goody Grace as well as issuing their own ...
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