Good Morning Revival is the fourth studio album by Good Charlotte and the follow up to the 2004 release The Chronicles of Life and Death. It is the first album to feature Dean Butterworth on drums, who joined the band in March 2007 after former drummer Chris Wilson departed in 2005. Billy Martin has mentioned in an interview that Benji Madden came up with the name for the album. The sound of Good Morning Revival has more of an alternative rock style than the previous Good Charlotte albums. This style can be heard in the albums third single, "Dance Floor Anthem (I Don't Want to Be in Love)", which is the most successful song on the album by debuting at #2 on the Australian charts and reaching #25 on the Billboard Hot
Prog Temple present a reissue of Lighthouse's Good Day, originally released in 1974. Having been named "Vocal/Instrumental Group of the Year" for the third time at Canada's prestigious Juno Awards in 1973, Lighthouse entered Thunder Sound in Toronto the following year to record their final album. Downplaying the horn-heavy sound that had previously defined them, it's a taut set of progressive rock with prominent synth and it sees founder member and drummer Skip Prokop switching to lead guitar. It makes its long-overdue CD debut here. Includes background notes and images.