Album Review: Good Charlotte - Cardiology (Polydor)

Monstrously offensive record which doesn't really deserve your time/money/ears

Album Review: Good Charlotte - Cardiology (Polydor)

1 / 10 Whoa! A quick glance at the tracklisting for ‘Cardiology’ suggests Good Charlotte might have started covering The Smashing Pumpkins (‘1979’) and The La’s (‘There She Goes’). Which is, if not downright creepy, then just a little bit beguiling. But no, both songs are stone-cold Madden originals. Booo! If you like your rock’n’roll played by four fat talentless fucks and Morrissey’s old drummer Dean Butterworth (seriously, wtf?!), then… oh just sod off, yeah? Disgustingly derivative and Pro Tooled to the max, ‘Cardiology’ is monstrously offensive – the latest shit-streak by music’s laziest sons. But seriously, what did you expect? Amazing indie covers?

Matt Wilkinson

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