She earned further acclaim with the release of two more indie rock albums, Whip-Smart
, but found her biggest commercial success with her 2003 self-titled album through Capitol Records, a pop effort in collaboration with the production team The Matrix, who crafted confections for Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, and Hilary Duff. Critics, however, were aghast at Phair's airy pop turn, with hits like "Extraordinary
," and accused the once-groundbreaking singer of selling out. But for Phair, the reaction was fitting: "This is so me, you know?" she told Yahoo! Music
. "Getting in trouble. Always getting in trouble."