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Dudes who spend a lot of time talking the social justice talk but almost never actually walking the walk make up a significant percentage of most “alternative” cultures, both now and back in the early ‘90s when Liz Phair was making a name for herself in the fledgling Wicker Park indie music scene.

Phair’s debut album, Exile in Guyville—which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year—is a track-by-track response to Exile on Main St.

Her songs are like sonic diary entries, divulging the latent desires of a young woman.a man to be happy, but still, I wanted a boyfriend.I hated myself for pining for the heteronormative ideal of romance–all that stupid old shit, as Liz Phair sang in the 1994 single lady anthem “Fuck and Run.” But I did want it, with an intensity that made me feel like a subpar feminist and a failure at doing things that normal women have been doing since the beginning of time.As an added bonus to her rollicking eroticism, Phair’s sense of humor permeates the album.She had equal talent for self-deprecation and for eviscerating any dude who needed to be taken down a peg (e.g, the album’s opener “6’1”” starts with Phair taunting, “I bet you fall in bed too easily with the beautiful girls who are shyly brave,” and she just as easily trills sweetly on “Dance of the Seven Veils,” “I’m a real cunt in spring.”) It’s nearly impossible to not feel like you already know her.

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