Good Charlotte and Joss Stone CD Review
Good Charlotte has dropped its fourth album and Joss Stone isn't far behind, having just launched her third. We've got the 411 on both new albums.
Good Charlotte - Good Morning RevivalGood Morning Revival? More like Really Grumpy Morning Revival. Good Charlotte is well known for its hook-filled pop-punk, and they still deliver the catchy goods on this album. Too bad the whole disc consists of one whinny track after another. We get it - growing up is hard - but the Madden twins are pushing 30. The teen angst routine is getting old. Their hairlines are "maturing," maybe it's time their music caught up.
Good Charlotte - Good Morning Revival Fun Facts
Good Charlotte - Good Morning Revival Hot TracksVictim of Love; Keep Your Hands Off My Girl
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Joss Stone - Introducing Joss StoneJoss Stone has just about made it out of her teen years and is busting out a new, mature sound that is hipper, more sultry, and even more confident than her previous efforts. The album features a rich sound that leans heavily on traditional soul, but still manages to be totally contemporary.
Joss Stone - Introducing Joss Stone Fun Facts
Joss Stone - Introducing Joss Stone Hot TracksTell Me 'Bout It; Girl They Won't Believe It; Put Your Hands on Me Baby; Music
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