Lit (album)

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Studio album by Lit
Released June 22, 2004
Recorded 2003–2004 at World Class Audio, Anaheim, California; The Pool House, Fullerton, California
Genre Post-grunge
Length 47:07
Label Nitrus Records/DRT Entertainment
Producer Lit and Gretchen Brennison
Lit chronology
Platinum & Gold Collection
The View from the Bottom
Singles from Lit
  1. "Looks Like They Were Right"
    Released: 2004
  2. "Times Like This"
    Released: 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone (favorable)[2]

Lit is Lit's fourth album, and their first one in three years. It also marked the only album issued by their new label Nitrus Records/DRT Entertainment. (During their three-year hiatus, they split with RCA Records.) The album was recorded at World Class Audio in Anaheim and The Pool House in Fullerton, California. It peaked at #113 on the Billboard Top 200 and #6 on the Top independent albums. Lit was the band's final album with drummer Allen Shellenberger as he died of brain cancer on August 13, 2009.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Too Fast for a U-Turn"   A. Jay Popoff, Jeremy Popoff 3:15
2. "Looks Like They Were Right"   A. Popoff, J. Popoff 3:56
3. "Needle & Thread"   Kevin Baldes, J. Popoff 3:04
4. "Times Like This"   Marti Frederiksen, A. Popoff, J. Popoff 3:20
5. "Throwaway"   Baldes, J. Popoff, A. Popoff 3:31
6. "Forever Begins Right Now"   Dennis Hill, A. Popoff, J. Popoff 3:07
7. "Moonshine"   A. Popoff, J. Popoff 3:21
8. "Alright"   J. Popoff 2:40
9. "Lullaby"   J. Popoff 4:15
10. "Hard To Find"   Baldes, J. Popoff, A. Popoff 3:40
11. "All or Nothing"   A. Popoff, J. Popoff 4:02
12. "Pictures of You"   The Cure 4:46
13. "Bulletproof"   Frederiksen, A. Popoff, J. Popoff 4:19
Total length:

Tracks released as non-LP B-sides

  1. "Over It"
  2. "Get Back"
  3. "No Turning Back" (Alternate version of "All Or Nothing")


  • A. Jay Popoff – lead vocals
  • Jeremy Popoff – guitar, backing vocals
  • Kevin Baldes – bass, backing vocals
  • Allen Shellenberger — drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • David Campbell — string arrangements


  1. ^ "Lit - Lit". Allmusic. 
  2. ^ St. Leger, Marie Elsie (2004-07-06). "Lit: Lit : Music Reviews". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 2007-10-22. Retrieved 2012-06-21.