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Hatfield achieved alterna-rock stardom with the release of 1993's Become What You Are ( recorded under the group name The Juliana Hatfield Three ).
Several songs from the album received regular airplay on major North American rock stations, with Hatfield's song " My Sister " becoming the biggest hit of her career, with a # 1 placing on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, and the video becoming an MTV staple.
Portions of her video for " Universal Heartbeat " were featured in an episode of MTV's " Beavis and Butt-Head ".
Another one of her songs (" Spin the Bottle ") was used in the soundtrack of the Hollywood film Reality Bites ( 1994 ).
Hatfield also made the cover of Spin magazine.
Hatfield's popularity coincided with the success, in the mid-1990s, of many other female alternative rock musicians.

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