By Leah Greenblatt
Updated July 06, 2010 at 03:33 PM EDT
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Image Credit: Rahav Segev/Retna LtdWhen Liz Phair, whip-smart heroine of ’90s alt, turned to Vh1 power balladry, sex kitten straddles and Banana Republic ads in the Aughts, we were mildly disappointed, if not exactly shocked. No more, the lo-fi idol of “F— and Run.”

Now, however, girl done straight-up lost her mind. She is rapping. About Ursa Minor. And call centers? I don’t know, but it’s all bhangra-y, and it’s called “Bollywood,” and the Exile in Guyville Liz Phair we once knew and loved has officially left the building.

Stream this big ball of crazy after the jump, and just … oh man. Maybe use the comments section to try to explain what it is exactly that is going on here.

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