Bitch School

Album: Break Like the Wind (1992)
Charted: 35


  • This song is not as sexist as it's title would probably suggest. The subject of the song is canine obedience. >>
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    Jeff - Haltom City, TX
  • This was part of Tap's big comeback, including the TV special, A Spinal Tap Reunion. This video received lots of airplay on MTV.
  • The album featured guest appearances from Jeff Beck, Cher, and Guns n' Roses guitarist Slash, among others.
  • Spinal Tap had built a legend and was more popular at this point than when the movie was released. The Break Like the Wind album charted twice as high (#61) as the first Spinal Tap album (#121).

Comments: 5

  • Chris from Tulsa, OkThe Bitch School teacher is something else!
  • Joe from Gallipolis, Ohthis song is about hillary clinton
  • Colby from Fort Collins, Coon the special edition of the movie it has the video for this song and just like the movie it is hilarious
  • Martijn from Helmond, NetherlandsActor Christopher Guest, who plays lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel, is actual a British nobleman who lost his seat in the House of Lords when it was reorganized a couple of years ago. He is married to Jamie Lee Curtis.
  • Matto from Time Bomb Town, IrelandNigel Tufnel may or may not be Jeff Beck's long lost twin!
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