Good Charlotte releasing 'Greatest Hits' album this month

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Good Charlotte releasing 'Greatest Hits' album this month

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Good Charlotte are releasing a 'Greatest Hits' album later this month.

The career-spanning collection, released on January 31, contains 16 songs including all of their singles to date.

Included on the collection are 'Girls And Boys', 'I Just Wanna Live', 'Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous' and 'The Anthem', all of which reached the UK Top 10.

The band released their most recent studio album, 'Cardiology', in November last year.

The tracklisting for the 'Greatest Hits' album is:

'Little Thin'
'The Motivation Proclamation'
'Festival Song'
'Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous'
'The Anthem'
'Girls And Boys'
'The Young And The Hopeless'
'Hold On'
'Predictable'
'I Just Wanna Live'
'The Chronicles Of Life And Death'
'We Believe'
'The River' (featuring Avenged Sevenfold)
'Keep Your Hands Off My Girl'
'Dance Floor Anthem (I Don't Wanna Be In Love)'
'Misery'

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