The series followed the life of American secret agent Edward Albright and his cover, Henry Spivey, who had no knowledge of his double life. Albright was implanted with a chip allowing his handlers to physically switch Albright's personality to that of his cover.
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“My Own Worst Enemy” is a song by the American rock band Lit. It was released in March 1999 as the lead single from Lit's second album, A Place in the Sun, which was also released that year. The song was only moderately successful at first, reaching number 17 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart on February 27, 1999. It later achieved mainstream success, peaking at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number one on the Modern Rock Tracks (also known as Alternative Songs) chart. The song's success helped A Place in the Sun to be certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 27, 1999 for sales of 1,300,000 copies in the United States. At the 1999 Billboard Music Awards, “My Own Worst Enemy” won the Modern Rock Track of the Year award. Its music video was filmed by Gavin Bowden in a Las Vegas bowling alley. Considered pop punk and power pop, “My Own Worst Enemy” is, according to Lit guitarist Jeremy Popoff, “the result of waking up and realizing you screwed up the night before”. Vocalist A. Jay Popoff said that the song “was the combination of many, many incidents”; he had gotten in trouble with the law for public nudity in the late 90s, and sang “My Own Worst Enemy” nude in the studio. The singer described a New Year's when the band got drunk in Laughlin, Nevada; he stole a janitor's cart, and he “and five friends jumped onto the flatbed, rode down the sidewalk, and got chased by the cops”.
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