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Lit

The View From The Bottom

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June 18, 2012

Post-pop-punk bro-rockers Lit – known for 1999's "My Own Worst Enemy" – return eight years after their last album, three after losing their drummer to cancer. Their ballads now get choked up over bygone glory days, while their Gary Glitter and Bryan Adams riffs sound re-purposed for sports and strip bars. If you can do shots to rote brags about some "redheaded slut" without gagging, you're in, dude.

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