Hot Music collection. Experiences? Ideas? thoughts?

    Does any of you listen to hot provocative songs?

    Or have a collection of them?

    Do you think one should never listen to them?

     

    Examples of songs I mean: If you haven’t hear of them, Google them.

     

    Horny (98) – by Mousse T

    Let’s talk about sex – By Salt’n Pepa

     

    Some Techno ones from the 80s + 90s:

    Stop! and Go – by Mal & Susie.

    Till I Come – by ATB – 9pm

    Would you – by Touch & Go

    Straight to number one – by Touch & Go

     

    An old one:

    Love (1969) – by Rita

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      I don’t recognize many of those songs. Nor do I listen to many provocative songs.

      Come to think of it, somedays, I haven’t even listened to one song. Maybe that’s what’s wrong with me.  lol!

      Under the stars Answered on May 30, 2020.
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        I only know the Salt-N-Pepa song. I can’t say we deliberately listen to sexy songs to get us in the mood, but I don’t have issue with it. Sometimes a song I like will get me in the mood, like Crash Into Me by DMB.

        On the floor Answered on May 30, 2020.
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          I think I’m in the minority on this topic of horny songs…  🙁

          I have a full list, 🙂

          but I hate songs where they use bad language, they are not welcome in my list 🙂

          King bed Answered on May 30, 2020.

          We’ve used sexy songs on special occasions like when DW has done a strip show for me. But we generally don’t play them around the house (especially since we have young kids)
          Context is everything though. Most of these songs are not ones I would encourage a teenager listening to or singing (as far as lyrics go). If these words are sung about someone you are not married to or some person you met at the night club, I would not define them as “wholesome lyrics”. But playing the song “Horny” for your husband would seem fine, since they seem to be within bounds when directed at him.
          Where I would draw the line is when the words are ones that I would not want to say to my wife in a real conversation.
          I think I’d have a bit of a hard time with “Let’s talk about sex” because of some of the lyrics in the rest of the song. I guess if there is an understanding that we’re just playing it for pure fun (or mainly because of the catchy chorus) it might still be ok. But if you take a listen to some of the words, I really HOPE I wouldn’t mean them about my wife:
          (from Let’s Talk about Sex)
          She dates heads of state, men of taste,
          lawyers, doctors, no one was too great for her to get with,
          or even mess with, the Prez she says was next on her list,
          and believe me, you, it’s as good as true
          there ain’t a man alive that she couldn’t get next to
          ………
          Let’s talk about sex …

          So… I’d really have to tune out the actual meaning of the lyrics to be able to enjoy listening to it in that case.

          The one song we’ve used a lot for striptease soundtrack is “Slave for Your” (Britney Spears) – lots of sexy rhythms, singing and sounds (sensual breathing)!
          I’d be ok with my wife singing these lyrics to me:

          I’m a slave for you, I cannot hold it, I cannot control it
          I’m a slave for you, I won’t deny it, I’m not trying to hide it

          Baby, don’t you wanna, dance up on me
          (I just wanna dance next to you)
          To another time and place
          Oh baby, don’t you wanna, dance up on me
          (Are you ready)
          Leaving behind my name, and age
          (Let’s go)

          on May 30, 2020.

          Yep, agree on the stuff about lyrics.

          With some songs, it reaches a point when a few words in the lyrics mess it all up. The salt ‘n pepa I just gave as an example. It’s not really part of my favs.

           

          Prefer techno ones, with lyrics that don’t suggest forbidden scenarios for married people.

          I like some with moans and sexy noises.

          But a few may be a bit too much for some, like “Stop! and Go – by Mal & Susie”.

           

          on May 31, 2020.
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            Early in our relationship DW and I used to make out to ‘romantic’ classical music. Neither of us are really into ‘hot and provocative’ tunes. I am more of a ‘classic rock’ kind of guy.

            On the floor Answered on May 31, 2020.
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              Imogen Heap has two songs that are very sexual but in the most tasteful way.
              Between the Sheets
              Body Entanglement

              California King Answered on May 31, 2020.
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                We have some on a certain playlist, but there’s usually something more tied to us having the song, then just the lyrics and them being “hot and provocative”…such as a memory that song holds for us.

                Under the stars Answered on May 30, 2020.

                I like the “hot and provocative” bit. They set you in the mood…

                on May 30, 2020.

                They may set you in the mood 😉 they have never set me in the mood.

                on May 30, 2020.
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                  There are songs that I like but it’s too much for me to just listen to a full playlist about it over and over.

                  Under the stars Answered on May 30, 2020.
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                    As the topic is not so popular, for the few interested in exchanging titles, send me a PM.

                    King bed Answered on May 31, 2020.
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                      RE: Hot Music collection. Experiences? Ideas? thoughts?

                      Twin bed Answered on June 1, 2020.

                      Thanks for sharing. I’m not familiar with any of them. But I will check them out 🙂

                      on June 2, 2020.
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                        RE: Hot Music collection. Experiences? Ideas? thoughts?

                        Twin bed Answered on June 1, 2020.
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