By Charles Aaron
Updated June 04, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

Exile in Guyville

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Phair’s cagey alternative pop comes on as uncommonly intimate and ”feminine” (like Polly Harvey’s ”Happy and Bleeding”) but still leaves you aching at the door, a pun in your hand and a hook in your heart. The jangly/rumbly guitar on Exile in Guyville is crafted to sound capricious, while Phair’s confidently off-kilter voice gets over like a poetry slam winner unsatisfied with her last verse. A

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Exile in Guyville

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