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I'll fuck you and your minions too." By contrast, her trademark low, vibrato-less monotone voice The release of Phair's second album received substantial media attention and an advertising blitz.Whip-Smart debuted at #27 in 1994 and "Supernova", the first single, became a Top 10 modern rock hit, and the video was frequently featured on MTV.Phair has sold nearly three million records worldwide.Her latest album, Funstyle, was released on July 3, 2010. During high school, Phair was involved in student government, yearbook, and the cross country team, and took AP Studio Art her senior year, among many other advanced-level classes.While the single "Polyester Bride" received some airplay, and the album received many positive reviews, it was no more successful commercially than her previous records. Phair performed on the main stage along with acts like Sarah Mc Lachlan, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow and Missy Elliott.She also opened for Alanis Morissette on her 1999 Junkie Tour."Phair spoke for the uncertainties facing a new generation of women, struggling to find a balance between sexual confidence and romance, between independence and isolation. Beginning with the theme song for NBC's The Weber Show she has also worked on the CBS show Swingtown, the CW reboot of 90210, for which she won the 2009 ASCAP award for Top Television Composer, the USA Network show In Plain Sight and most recently the CW's The 100.
Phair's collaboration with the Matrix resulted in only four songs, but much of the media attention focused solely on the Matrix-produced tracks, which were a departure from her earlier work.
In 2003, her self-titled fourth album was released on her new label, Capitol Records.
Phair had not released an album in several years; she had been working on her record, as well as making guest appearances on other tracks (she lent backing vocals to the Sheryl Crow hit "Soak Up the Sun").
Her 1993 debut studio album Exile in Guyville was released to acclaim; it has been ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Ten years after the release of her debut, Phair's fourth album, Liz Phair, was released on Capitol Records and her music began to move in a more pop rock-oriented direction.