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Phair's entry into the music industry began when she met guitarist Chris Brokaw, a member of the band Come.Brokaw was dating one of Phair's friends, and stayed at their loft in Soma one weekend.After an unsuccessful attempt to get musical traction in San Francisco, Phair returned to Chicago, where she began writing songs and recording homemade tapes under the name Girly Sound. We usually don't sign people we haven't met, or heard other records by, or seen as performers.
Following Whip-Smart, Phair released Juvenilia, a collection of some early Girly Sound tracks and several B-sides, including her cover of the 1980 song by The Vapors, "Turning Japanese".
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").
Exile in Guyville was reissued on CD, vinyl, and in digital format.
The special reissue package includes three never-before-released songs from the original recording sessions: "Ant in Alaska," "Say You," and an untitled instrumental.
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She also appeared on the MTV alternative rock show 120 Minutes performing "Never Said", "6'1", "Cinco de Mayo" and "Supernova" live at various times during 1994 and early 1995.