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Let’s Get it On: The Ten Best Albums for Fucking

 

Plus Five Honorable Mentions

Hot songs. They don’t even have to be about fucking, or about relationships, even. But they have the right groove, the right mood, the right rhythm. There’s nothing like a good playlist for getting nasty. Here are our top ten albums to fuck to, plus five honorable mentions.

Number One: In the Wee Small Hours, Frank Sinatra

Call us old fashioned, and shout about your Justin Bieber and Beyonce albums all you want, but this one is number one for a reason. It got your grandfather laid, and maybe your father, too, and generations of hipsters, beatniks, jazz buffs, debutantes, call girls, private detectives, BBWs, and mafiosi. It invented the genre. No room sounds like it’s ready to witness some loving like a room that sounds like this 1958 masterpiece. There’s a reason the ladies swooned for Ol’ Blue Eyes: make them swoon for you, by proxy. No mafia connections required. Inferred, but not required.

Key Track: The title track, In the Wee Small Hours. It just sounds like getting home late on a hot Saturday that’s about to get hotter.

Number Two: Let’s Get it On, Marvin Gaye

It’s missing Sexual Healing, but otherwise, this is it. Probably the one a lot of readers thought might be number one. Pretty close. Marvin’s voice nearly makes us Gaye. Suggestive funk rhythms abound, and while Sinatra’s album, as great as it is, is the seduction music for a particular listener, “Let’s Get it On” accompanied the bump-and-grind from dorm rooms to suburbs to drive-ins to swimming pools to balconies to tents. A closer.

Key Track: There’s something sexually perfect about the tempo of Let’s Get it On, the title track, although You Sure Love to Ball is damn hot, too. Tough to pick.

Number Three: The Soundtrack to Dirty Dancing

Alright, this one is mostly due to context: we all know the movie. Patrick Swayze was hot. Jennifer Grey was somehow hotter before she got her nose…fixed? And the story is hopelessly romantic, if a little overwrought. But songs like (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life, and In the Still of the Night stand on their own. There will be no references to putting babies in corners in this blog post.

Key Track: Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life. You know that tune is money. Even if you don’t really like it.

Number Four: Bolero, Maurice Ravel

Have some class. Wouldn’t kill you to incorporate a one-movement orchestral ballet into your fuzz-bumping. Once you hear how insistently and suggestively the rhythm and volume build, realize that it was composed to be danced by a smoking hot Russian ballet dancer, and that it drove crowds wild in the first half of the twentieth century, you’ll get why it’s ideal fuck music. It just sounds like fucking. It’ll make you look good. Technically, it’s not an album, but it’s around fifteen minutes: how much time do you think you need?

Number Five: I’ve Got So Much to Give, Barry White

Barry White had to make it on here somewhere. The velvet baritone, and king of seduction music made a dozen albums that could be on a list like this. This one has I’m Gonna Love You Just a Little More, Baby on it, so it wins. Even Isaac Hayes did the nasty to this debut album.

Key Track: I’m Gonna Love You Just a Little More, Baby

Number Six: Voodoo, D’Angelo

The neo-soul milestone boasts the hottest video ever made by someone not named Madonna. And it makes it to number six on the strength of its diversity: funk, soul, rhythm and blues, hip-hop, jazz: there’s something for everyone. We don’t know what the songs are about, because we can’t understand a word he’s singing, but it’s probably hot, right? And your girl thinks he’s hot.

Key Track: Untitled (How Does It Feel?)

Number Seven: Purple Rain, Prince

As with Barry White, it was tough to narrow Prince’s albums down, as he’s also made about a dozen that are perfect for a list like this one. We chose “Purple Rain” because it’s the most familiar, is loaded with tunes that evoke sexual memories, and because it has Darling Nikki on it, probably the most ideal song for a BDSM rendez-vous.

Key Track: They run the gamut: there’s something for every stage of sex, from seduction to regret. We’re picking Let’s Go Crazy, because the list needs a song like that.

Number Eight: Lovers Rock, Sade

Sometimes, you just aren’t able to fuck, and you have to settle for making love. We know: it’s a drag, but this is the album for it. Aping a sub-genre of reggae known as Lovers Rock, the album is romantic, focused, and stripped down, and you should be, too.

Key Track: By Your Side

Number Nine: Masterpieces by Ellington

Only the second (mostly) instrumental work on the list, this is an atmospheric album that sets the mood as well as any other album here, if not better. This is simply great music, and your pad deserves it, as does your guest.

Key Track: Sophisticated Lady

Number Ten: Forever Blue, Chris Isaak

It’s missing some of the tunes most familiar to Chris Isaak, but we picked this one because there’s no song better suited to kicking things all the way to downright freaky than Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing.

Key Track: Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing

Honorable Mention:

Bitches Brew, Miles Davis: For bringing home a cougar.

Get Lifted, John Legend: For bringing home a one-night-stand, and her U-Haul rental.

Tijuana Moods, Charles Mingus: For when you’ve picked up a girl at a poetry reading.

Slavic Soul Party: Plays Duke Ellington’s Far East Suite: For multi-racial orgies.

Coexist, XX: For screwing white girls. Like, really, really white.

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