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Tuesday, 15 September 2015
My interest was slightly piqued when I featured Big Tall Man from her 1998 album Whitechocolatespace egg last July on my Saturday Lucky Dip slot.
It was re-piqued the other day when I came across Juvenilia for 49p in my local charity shop.
From 1995 it is an 8 track EP but is essentially a vehicle for the song Jealousy from her 1994 album Whip- Smart.
It also contains her cover of The Vapors classic Turning Japanese.
Tracks 4 to 8 are from her Girlysound tapes with relatively poor sound quality, plenty of swearing and a fascination around the sex lives of cows and are probably best avoided. Here are tracks 1 to 3.
Liz Phair - Jealousy
Liz Phair -Turning Japanese
Liz Phair - Animal Girl
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Man, that first album was huge! Exile in Guyville felt like a breath of fresh air. Lo-fi and lots to say. After that, the drop in quality was slow but steady. By the self-titled album in 2003 she had become an absolute embarrassment.ReplyDelete
Heard some good things about Exile.Must check it outDelete