Liz Phair - Whip-Smart
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FUCKIN FINALLY! SOMETHING I ENJOY! THOUGHT I'D NEVER SEE THE DAY. Anyways back to being a negative shit this is not as good as Exile in Guyville sure, but I still think this is a pretty great indie rock album.

Liz Phair is a very complex musical figure with a history that you could write books about and I'm sure people have. I never considered Exile to be a favorite album of mine but I ... read more
On her second album and follow-up to what is basically a 90s classic, she chooses to go into a more mellow direction, while it is still an indie rock/alt rock album, it also has a kinda singer-songwriter vibe to it at points.
Honestly I think this is an improvement upon her first album, the production is better, her vocals are also better and lyrically she improved a bit. It might not be as loved and known as her debut but if anything I think this album is quite better but I see why some would ... read more
Oh, hi! This is my 100th “review”

After unexpected success of «Exile In Guyville», Liz had no choice but write and release the second album — «Whip Smart» — as soon as it was possible.

“Whip Smart” is very moody and nostalgic for me. It's all the same Liz: she’s still unapologetic and irreconcilable, she sings about guys, sex, about everything she wants, but something has definitely changed — she seemed to become more ... read more
Whip-Smart é um trabalho que apresenta um conceito coeso e uma sonoridade única, não tem nenhum obra de arte entre as quatorze faixas, mas preenche o ouvinte que busca por um álbum do gênero alternativo.
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Added on: June 24, 2014