The 98 Best Songs of 1998: Pop's Weirdest Year

In 1998, boundaries blew open and new genres were invented each week. We look back at the best, brightest and weirdest from a pivotal year in pop

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69. Liz Phair, "Johnny Feelgood"

La Liz graduates from Exile in Guyville to Grande Dame of Fuckboy Nation. Each of her albums has its own distinct personality, and Whitechocolatespaceegg is the one she made right after getting married and becoming a mom, full of doubts about her new domestic life as well as the single whirl she left behind. "Johnny Feelgood" eviscerates yet another pretty dude without much going on upstairs, her voice and guitar bristling with wit.

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