Where to preorder Good Charlotte’s new album Generation Rx

It’s time to get excited – Good Charlotte’s new album Generation Rx is released on 14 September. If you’re looking to get hold of a copy for yourself, preorders are now available. Various sites – both based in the UK and overseas – are offering preorders and here’s a run through of some of them.

Good Charlotte Generation RX


The official Good Charlotte website has a number of packages available including exclusive hoodies and t-shirts. You can also order the CD or vinyl individually. But shipping isn’t cheap For just the vinyl and shipping is $28.50 making it about £35 in total but if you want the full set of items for $105 shipping is $42.75 making it about £110.


UK Good Charlotte merch store Impericon has the CD and vinyl for preorder. It’s £13.99 for the CD and £17.99 for the vinyl. Shipping for orders of less than £50 is £2.99 and for above that it’s free. It’s not the cheapest webstore but if you want to order some merch as well it could be a good option!


HMV are offering both the CD and vinyl for preorder. The CD is £9.99 and the vinyl is £14.99 and the site offers free shipping for orders over £10. It also states that they will be dispatched before the release date so it should reach you in time.

Banquet Records

Indie record shop Banquet Records are also selling the CD and the vinyl editions of Generation Rx. The CD is £10.99 and the vinyl, which comes with an mp3 download link, is £15.99. Shipping is 80p for the CD or £2 for the vinyl.


RCRDSTR is offering an exclusive yellow vinyl version of Generation Rx. The yellow vinyl is available for $24.99 with the cheapest UK shipping available at $33.96 making it about £44.50 to get it shipped over here so again, not the lowest priced option but it is an exclusive edition.


Good Charlotte confirm new album release

Good Charlotte have confirmed they will be releasing their seventh studio album later this year.

The announcement came as Good Charlotte announced they and their label MDDN had signed a deal with music publishing publishing company BMG for the release of the album.

No name or release date has been given for the follow up to 2016’s Youth Authority.

The band have been teasing something on social media in recent weeks which started off with images of themselves with skulls overlaid on their faces, before using the same graphics on pictures of artists such as Coolio, Celine Dion and Kenny G.

The images have featured the phrase “Actual Pain” and a teaser posted earlier this week had the date of 25 May, this Friday on.

Good Charlotte headline Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds, Hatfield and Birmingham this weekend.