Unfortunately, in early 2003, the Shizit called it quits, with no explanation. It seems that the cliched "musical differences" has struck again. A posthumous album was released on D-Trash Records, with artists remixing the "Soundtrack For The Revolution" album as "Remixed For The Revolution".
After long silent hiatus, in October 2009 The Shizit announced comeback (this time only with J.P. Anderson as a member) and released a new selftitled album which is available for free download.
In January 2010 former member Brian Shrader sent cease and desist letters to D-Trash Records and Glitch Mode Recordings for unauthorized use of "The Shizit" trademark on recordings unauthorized by his share in the partnership. J.P. Anderson changed the project and selftitled album to The Named.
|ER071320U1||The Shizit||Soundtrack For The Revolution (CD, Album, Ltd)||E115 Media||ER071320U1||Canada||2001||Sell This Version|
|The Shizit||Remixed For The Revolution (Album)||D-Trash Records||Canada||2004||Sell This Version|
|DTRASH138, none||The Shizit||The Shizit (11xFile, MP3, Album, 256)||D-Trash Records, Glitch Mode Recordings||DTRASH138, none||USA & Canada||2009|
Singles & EPs
|The Shizit||Live At Club Spirit (Maxi)||D-Trash Records, D-Trash Records||Canada||2008||Sell This Version|
|13406||The Shizit||Evil Inside (CDr, Enh)||MP3.com||13406||US||1999||Sell This Version|