By Michael Slezak
Updated April 19, 2007 at 04:00 PM EDT

Perhaps there’s a subliminal message embedded in the pixilation technique Tori Amos uses to animate herself in her new video for “Big Wheel,” but I’ve now played it three times in a row, and would definitely play it again if I wasn’t worried about driving my coworkers absolutely batty. (Oh, who am I kidding? Again! Again!) Seriously, though, aside from a mix of saucy-dame outfits and a few simple props — a cigarette holder, a martini glass, a chicken, to name a few — the clip couldn’t have cost much. And yet it doesn’t look low-rent at all. Not only that, but the song’s a winner, too. I mean, if you’re going to shout letters over a thumping piano line, “I-I-I am a M.I.L.F./Don’t you forget” kinda beats “This s— is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S,” no? But don’t take my word. Click here to check out “Big Wheel” for yourself, courtesy of the good folks at Yahoo Music.