Bitch School: Single from bands 1992 album, "Break Like the Wind" that critics have noted sounds remarkably like "Hell Hole," the bands hit from 10 years earlier. Tap took some lumps from feminists for the song because of its apparently misogynist lyrics. The boys were quick to defend themselves. Nigel: "Its a song about dogs and our love for dogs and the disciplining of those little creaturesYoure fetching when youre down on all fours. Well, dogs walk on all fours and they fetch, obviously. End of discussion. Its not my fault society has changed and were the victims." (BG) David: "We had another verse where we mentioned kibble. If wed left that in, thered be no confusion." (GW) David insists the entire "Break Like the Wind" album was actually a celebration of womanhood: "Ive finally faced and embraced the female within myself. Id never met her before but I gave her a big squeeze." (LT) As if to supply ammo to critics, Taps music video for the single was set in an all-girls school and didnt include a single dog. (The video was banned by one Australian video channel, VM, because its programmer, former Polymer promotions man Artie Fufkin, considered it sexist. In the United States, MTV would only run an edited version.) Despite the fact that there was never any affection between the two bands, "Bitch School" drew comparisons to Beatles classics such as "Martha My Dear" and "Norwegian Wood." These comparisons were made by David and Derek, however. (BB) See also The Beatles.