Good Charlotte will never be accused of being too funky on their studio albums, but they show an admirable willingness to shake things up on their new remix compilation, THE GREATEST REMIXES. At first glance, the platinum pop-punkers may not seem the ideal candidate for this sort of treatment, but their radio-friendly melodies lend themselves surprisingly well to a dancefloor makeover. Contributors range from red-hot new jacks like Steve Aoki (an urgent, staticky "Misery") and Ed Banger Records All Stars (a glitchy, cut-up "Girls & Boys") to battle-tested dance vets like New Jack Swing architect Teddy Riley (a version of "I Just Wanna Live" that splits the difference between retro and modern). Despite the variety of personnel, the results are fairly consistent and hold together nicely as an album.
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- Good Charlotte Guitar Tribute (Various Artists)