She burst onto the scene flaunting her liberated self with Exile in Guyville. Although she’s now married and become a mother, the 36-year-old Phair hasn’t mellowed a bit. Her first album in five years carries a Parental Advisory warning, mostly for H.W.C., a rollicking tribute to the apparent health benefits of sperm. But the album’s real strength lies in cool, assertive rockers like “It’s Sweet” and “Rock Me.” When Phair sings “I’m your ordinary, average, everyday, sane, psycho supergoddess,” who can argue?
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