Putting a club-friendly twist on the greatest hits compilation, Good Charlotte will on Nov. 25 unveil "The Greatest Remixes," featuring new, dance-y versions of tracks like "Little Things," "Lifestyle

Putting a club-friendly twist on the greatest hits compilation, Good Charlotte will on Nov. 25 unveil "The Greatest Remixes," featuring new, dance-y versions of tracks like "Little Things," "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," "The Anthem" and "I Just Wanna Live."

The band has brought in a star-studded lineup of producers for the album, including members of Fall Out Boy, ... The Academy Is and Linkin Park's Joseph Hahn. Executive produced by Good Charlotte's Joel Madden, the album is geared toward the pop fans that made "I Don't Want To Be in Love (Dance Floor Anthem)," from the 2007 album "Good Morning Revival" a surprise Hot 100 hit.

Although details are still coming together, Joel Madden and brother Benji will DJ at a series of parties in conjunction with the release of "Greatest Remixes."

Here is the track list for "The Greatest Remixes," with remixer in parenthesis:

"Los Angeles World Wide" (Junior Sanchez)
"Anxiety" (Don Gilmore)
"Broken Hearts" (Marshall Arts remix)
"Fight Song" featuring Game (Jay E)
"Hands Off" Bubba Sparxx & Jung Tru (Jay E)
"I Just Wanna Live" (Teddy Reilly)
"The Anthem" featuring Hollywood Holt (Million Mano)
"Little Things"
"All Black" featuring Mat Devine of Kill Hannah (White Tie Affair)
"I Don't Want To Be in Love (Dance Floor Anthem)" (Metro Station)
"Predictable" featuring Rahzii Hi Power (STRESS)
"Girls & Boys" (Ed Banger Allstars)
"Young & Hopeless" (Joe Hahn)
"Hold On" (... the Academy Is)
"Where Would We Be Now" (Trouble Maker)