The Young and the Hopeless

Label
Epic/Daylight
Release date
7 Jun 2004
Running length
25 tracks
Running time
81:00

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 A New Beginning 1:48 80,608
1 Intro 1:50 19,439
2 The Anthem 2:55 410,281
3 The Story Of My Old Man (Abbey Road Session Version) 3:09 92
3 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 3:11 269,308
3 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous 3:08 94,441
4 Girls & Boys (Abbey Road Session Version) 3:24 193
4 Wondering 3:32 155,539
5 The Story of My Old Man 2:41 102,956
5 my old man 2:43 24,537
6 Boys And Girls 3:03 134,845
6 Girls & Boys 3:03 134,750
7 My Bloody Valentine 3:54 113,481
7 Bloody Valentine 3:55 31,136
8 Hold On 4:05 247,307
9 Riot Girl 2:15 148,881
10 Say Anything 4:21 119,559
11 Day that I die 3:00 26,341
11 The Day That I Die 2:58 100,707
12 The Young and the Hopeless 3:33 78,119
12 The Young & the Hopeless 3:32 54,829
13 emotionaless 4:04 46,031
13 Emotionless 4:02 138,752
14 Moving On 3:27 27,235
14 Movin' On 3:27 76,293

About this album

The Young and the Hopeless is the second studio album by Good Charlotte, released on October 1, 2002.

The album has a clear 1980s influence. The cover of the album pictures a family sitting around a television, watching what appears to be The Day After, a made for television movie in the early 80s about the apocalypse feared during The Cold War. The album title itself is likely a parody of the soap opera The Young and the Restless. The first single of the album, “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous”, is an obvious reference to the 1980s show of the same name. The seventh track’s title, “My Bloody Valentine”, could be a reference to the 1981 film, or the band that originated in 1984, both of the same name. Further, “My Bloody Valentine” contains numerous parallels to Edgar Allan Poe’s “Tell Tale Heart.”

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