Let the Music Play

Album: Cardiology (2010)


  • Guitarist Benji Madden explained the inspiration for this tribute to Good Charlotte's fans in an track-by-track interview with Alternative Press: "This was inspired by responses to a blog I posted on our website in January explaining about how we decided to restart the album. I had lost a little faith and was feeling down about the music industry in general. The replies to the blog from the GCFAM were so uplifting and encouraging, I wanted to give something back. That's also why I wanted it to be the first song on the album."
  • Benji described this to Alternative Press as being "in the same spirit as their 2002 single 'Hold On.'"


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