Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby Akira » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:15 pm UTC

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby bod » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:53 pm UTC

Prince - Joy in Repetition.

Not the version that finally appeared legally, but the bootleg version from waaaay back (1988, maybe?). It starts off soothing and gradually builds, and at its most intense point, Prince goes into one of his fabulous guitar bits, and as he gets more frenzied, the guitar gets distorted (because it's a bootleg and poor quality), and that, for me, just pushes it over the edge....

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby Garm » Fri Nov 02, 2007 6:32 pm UTC

"If Lovin' You Is Wrong (I Don't Wanna Be Right)" by Faithless. It is teh secks.
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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby thisisdavid » Thu Nov 08, 2007 3:23 am UTC

afternoon delight

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby ergo » Thu Nov 08, 2007 4:33 am UTC

Akinyele - Put It In Your Mouth
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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby lart » Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:14 am UTC

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby no-genius » Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:39 pm UTC

Joy Division - Atmosphere

(I am probably choosing that song for being by Joy Division, rather than hotness, but it is fairly hot I guess...)
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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby Dark Ragnarok » Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:07 pm UTC

Play It Louder - Randy Katana

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby d33p » Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:37 pm UTC

Deftones - No Ordinary Love (Sade cover, and infinitely pensive)
Bush - Mouth (remix) ... oh god yes, indeed.
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Soundgarden - Blackhole Sun ... "won't you come, won't you come"

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby opium4themasses » Sun Nov 11, 2007 4:20 am UTC

Well, I like a few.. I just quick went through my iPod and listed off whatever came I remembered as fitting this idea.

From Goldfrapp
Train
Twist
Time Out from the World
(actually to be honest probably most Goldfrapp songs but these seem to stand out)

Poe
I second Not a Virgin
Angry Johnny
Choking the Cherry
Fingertips
Hey Pretty

Air
Alon in Kyoto (mostly cause of Lost in Translation though)

Bush
Swallowed ( I don't even really understand why)

The Cure
Lovecats

Emiliana Torrini
Honeymoon Child
To Be Free

Fiona Apple
Criminal

Greenday
Longview

Hooverphonic
Shake the Disease (Depeche Mode Cover)
This Strange Effect
Eden

INXS
I Need You Tonight

MC Chris
Fucking Up My Christmas

Morcheeba
What new York Couple Fight about

NIN
Reptile
Big Man with a Gun
Sin
Sanctified
Ringfinger

Nirvana
Rape Me

No Doubt
Just a Girl (I always think of a guy in drag singing this song)

Queen
Fat Bottomed Girls

Supreme Beings of Leisure
Never the Same

Violent Femmes
Please Do not Go
Add it Up
Gone Daddy Gone
Prove My Love

Prince
Pussy Control

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby clarbri » Sun Nov 11, 2007 1:58 pm UTC

I've always thought the Etta James version of "Son of a Preacher Man" was the sexiest song I've ever heard.

As a runner up, "Stitches" by Orgy. I'm not sure why.

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Re: Hottest songs ever, or "Oh god yes!" put to music.

Postby no-genius » Sun Nov 11, 2007 4:13 pm UTC

What Pixies did I say?

Heheh, Bone Machine *purrs*
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