It may not have all the glitz and glamour of iTunes or Napster, but LA rockers Lit are getting intot he digital music download market. At least they are with their own material. The boysí ties to RCA ended a few weeks ago and they have since offered out three nex songs on their site, litlounge.com, for 99 cents each. The tracks are called ìToo Fast For A U-Turn,î ìLullaby,î and ìLooks Like They Were Right.î Guitarist Jeremy Popoff told MTV.com "We may talk to you in six months going, 'We don't need a record company now.í No one knows, but this is one of the possibilities and we're one of the first bands to try it on our own. Our RCA stuff is on iTunes, but we'll never see a dime from that because bands don't see a dime from record companies anyway." Hmm, fostering love and affection at all costs. Regardless, it will interesting to see how this pans out for the Lit kids and how this affects the music industry. Stay tuned.