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Good Charlotte want to keep the pop-punk genre alive and respected

Good Charlotte recently returned with a brand new album called 'Youth Authority' and they have revealed that it's sad to see that the pop-punk genre is losing credibility. 

The band's Joel Madden told Kerrang! magazine that it's disappointing to hear their contemporaries dismissing pop-punk so readily, but they're prepared to fight for it:

"We love pop punk. We always did. But it's largely dismissed. There's no Grammy for pop punk, and you have musicians like (Green Day's) Billie Joe (Armstrong) saying he wants to destroy the term. But I don't."

Earlier this week, Good Charlotte picked up the Classic Album prize at the Alternative Press Music Awards for their 2002 record, 'The Young and The Hopeless'.

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