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Album Review

Let me be the first to say that Lit is not that bad. They're a good punk-pop band, lacking the emotional pull of Weezer, but also lacking the frat-boy hijinks of Blink 182, so it all kind of balances out in the end. Like most punk-pop bands, they survive on a blend of energy, attitude, and craft, not innovation, which isn't a bad thing if all you're looking for is a good little rock & roll record, like their third album, Atomic. Yes, it's not as pure as a Weezer record (which seems to be the template for most of this album) nor is it as wildly imaginative as a Supergrass album or as solid as a Green Day platter, but the band rocks pretty hard throughout the album and they have pretty catchy hooks. It's not something that will convert doubters, even with lyrics as clever as "I'm so addicted to you/And you're such a dick to me" (Beavis and Butt-Head couldn't have topped that), but it's done well and performed with conviction. Essentially, Lit is a journeyman punk-pop band, lacking any real distinctions, but they do their job well, without much muss or fuss, and without innovating. That's not a problem, really, since if you want just a good, solid modern punk-pop platter, Atomic fits the bill.

Customer Reviews


Kept lookin for the song I'm not sick but I'm not well by luck till I looked under Flagpole Sitta by Magnificent Tracers and there it was so hope this helps anyone looking for this tune!

This album proves Lit has way more amazing material then just "My own worst enemy"

When you say Lit I assure you almost everybody will tell you oh my own worst enemy this and my own worst enemy that... but let me tell you something listen to this album and you might end up saying oh wow listen to "Sunny weather" or "Everything's cool" or "Addicted" or "Next time around"... but anyways the whole album rocks and it will have you jumping all around your house like a crazy person! So I know My own worst enemy is an amazing song but this band has way more to offer you then just that song :)

Great Album! Great Band!

This band is soooo good! I cannot believe more people didn't know about them. It is so upsetting that the kinda fell off the face of the earth so fast. I would have loved to see them in concert!


Formed: 1990 in Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A major player throughout the post-grunge boom of the late '90s, Lit featured the combined talents of frontman A. Jay Popoff, his guitar-playing brother Jeremy, bassist Kevin Baldes, and drummer Allen Shellenberger. The group formed in 1990 in Orange County, California, where it initially performed metal-influenced music under the name Razzle. After changing their name, Lit began embracing a spunky brand of punk-pop that helped attract a local following in California. The group sold out local venues...
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