Lit A Place in the Sun 180g 2LP (Clear with Blue Smoke Vinyl)
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Limited Edition - 500 Copies!
Pressed on High Quality 180g Clear With Blue Smoke Double Vinyl!
A Place in the Sun is the second studio album by the American rock band Lit.
Produced by Don Gilmore, the album was released on February 23, 1999 through RCA
Records. It was their first release through a major label. The album peaked at
#31 on the US Billboard 200 and spawned the successful singles "My Own Worst
Enemy"--which reached #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart for eleven
weeks--"Zip-Lock," and "Miserable."
The song "No Big Thing'," which originally appeared on their previous album
Tripping the Light Fantastic, was re-recorded for this album. A Place in the Sun
has been certified platinum in sales by the RIAA in the United States.
"...sonically more focused, with its buzzing guitars and singsong vocals.
Lyrically, the Popoff brothers have a way with words, and they lyrics are full
of ironic angst and clever self-deprecation. The playing is tight and crisp. A
couple of songs really stand out: "Miserable" brings vocalist Jay Popoff's Elvis
Costello impression to the fore and "Quicksand" sparkles." -Leslie Mathew,
• Limited Edition - 500 Copies
• 180g Vinyl
• Clear w/Blue Smoke Vinyl
• Double LP
• Side D contains etching - no music
• Mastered for vinyl & lacquers created by Stan Ricker
• Gatefold jacket
• 11 x 22 insert
3. My Own Worst Enemy
6. No Big Thing
2. Lovely Day
3. Perfect One
1. The Best Is Yet To Come Undone
2. A Place In The Sun
4. Down (Acoustic Version)