Strait Up was an album released by Snot in 2000 (the album has been credited to Various Artists and Strait Up as well). Originally intended to be Snot's sophomore album, for release in 1999, plans were drastically changed when lead singer Lynn Strait died in a car accident on December 11, 1998. Though 11 tracks themselves had been recorded, Strait had only recorded vocals for one of them by the time of his death. By 1999, Snot's surviving members decided to finish the vocal-less tracks by getting musicians from other popular bands to write lyrics and sing on the unfinished tracks. The finished album was released on November 7, 2000, featuring the 11 tracks, a spoken word tribute from Ozzy Osbourne, another spoken word piece by Strait himself, and Snot's last recorded song with their original lineup. Snot released a live album in 2002, but have otherwise disbanded.