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Lit - The View From The Bottom

4.92
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2012-06-19 Year: 2012
Label: Megaforce
Genre: Pop Punk
Producer: Butch Walker
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Lit is one of the truly classic bands in the Modern Rock music. With hits like "My Own Worst Enemy," "Miserable," "Zip-Lock", "Over My Head", "Lipstick and Bruises", they have really put their mark and made ​​lots of fans worldwide.

However, this is their first album since the self-titled album, one that came out in 2004. This long interval depends largely of that the band's drummer Allen Shellenberger, was diagnosed with a malignant glioma (brain tumor) in 2008. Very tragic and he sadly passed away on August 13, 2009, at the early age of 39th

However, the band chose to continue and released earlier this year this nice comeback album. Their old fans will for sure recognize the band with their stylish mix of punk, glam and Modern Rock. It’s somewhat more polished, and with a slightly more mature and less punk influenced approach. But think the guys have really put together a great collection of tracks where the first half is really strong with tracks like "You Tonight," "C'mon" and "The Broken". The other side is slightly weaker, but still good and overall it’s as trong record that will please any of their old fans for sure!

Tracklisting 1. C'mon
2. You Tonight
3. Same Shit, Different Drink
4. Miss You Gone
5. The Broken
6. She Don't Know
7. Nothing's Free
8. You Did It
9. Partner In Crime
10. Here's to Us
11. The Wall
12. Right This Time


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