My Own Worst Enemy: The Podcast

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Osiris Media

My Own Worst Enemy: The Podcast

5.0/5

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My Own Worst Enemy is a podcast about the seminal song that has been in constant rotation since its release in 1999. Over four episodes, we explore the history of the band, the creation of the song, its radio dominance at the turn of the millennium, the anatomy of a hit, and the ways My Own Worst Enemy has become permanently embedded in American pop culture. Produced for Round Hill Music by Osiris Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Arielle Nissenblatt • Sounds Profitable Nov 30, 2021

"I grew up with this song but had NO idea it was by the band Lit. I assumed it was Good Charlotte or The Killers. This story is incredibly well-told. It gives listeners a window into the 90s and early 00s music scene."

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Score: 4.9

Lauren Passell • Podcast The Newsletter Nov 29, 2021

"Not just exploring the layers of pop-punk but also the dreamy story of Lit, who went from broke to superstars...I was listening to this thinking “Oh my god, this song and the story behind it defines who I was when I was 15.” It kind of explains things. If you liked the song or are curious about pop-punk, the birth of subcultures, or the music industry in the late 1990/early 200s, it’s for you."

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