An alternative rock band that made several known singles between the late 1990's and early 2000's. Its members include: A.J. Popoff (vocals), Jeremy Popoff (lead guitar), Allen Shellenberger (drums), and Kevin Baldes (bass).
Lit provides examples of the following tropes:
- Anti-Love Song: "Miserable.""You make me come.""You make me complete""You make me completely miserable"
- Attackof The 50 Ft What Ever: In the music video for "Miserable" they play all over the body of a giant Pamela Anderson. Unfortunately for the band she chases them down and eats them alive.
- Colossus Climb: Their most famous video features them exploring Pamela Anderson's body.
- Hot Paint Job: Jeremy Popoff, the band's lead guitarist's Iconic Item(s) are pair of shoes with whiteflames on them.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar:"Miserable"does this in the first verse by dragging out the title drop."You make come...""You make me complete...""You make completely miserable."
- Genre Shift: Though mostly known as an Alt Rock group, in recent years they've experimented with other styles and have currently found success in country music.
- Giant Woman
- Kill Em All
- Losing a Shoe in the Struggle
- Nice Shoes: Jeremy Popoff has pair of shiny black shoes with white flames on them called "hot rods." He even wore them at his wedding for his longtime girlfriend, and had his groomsmen (the other members of Lit) wear the same type of shoes, but with the colors reversed. They even got special attention in the video for Miserable.
- No Body Loves The Bassist: Kevin Baldes, the band's bassist, is the first one to get eaten in the music video for Miserable.
- Obsession Song: "Addicted" and "Miserable."
- Shocking Swerve: The ending to the video for "Miserable." For most of the video the giantess seems benine, simply letting the band play on her body like a stage. But then without warning she turns on the band and starts eating them alive.
- Sibling Team: The lead singer, A.J. Popoff, and the lead guitarist Jeremy Popoff, are brothers.
- Spit Out a Shoe: In the music video for "Miserable."
- What Did I Do Last Night?: The premise of ''My Own Worst Enemy".
- While Rome Burns: The music video for "Over My Head" starts with the band performing in a nightclub while the Drej are attacking the earth.