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edited September 2015
Shelton likes that freaky kind of lovin'.
I don't think I've ever considered Fever Ray sexy, maybe more seductive but sexy? Naw.
Also that would be some weird sex going on alongside Pop Tatari. Maybe some S&M, something to do with animalistic tendencies.
I'm probably a little more old school, the most sexy album (hon mention to Voodoo obvs) is probably Minnie Riperton's Adventures in Paradise.
I mean this song is the epitome of a baby makin' jam.
also want to mention Lewis' L'Amour, Funkadelic's Standing on the Verge of Getting it On, and Can's Future Days.
Those rhythms, man. You want primal, play some krautrock. Those are some propulsive grooves.
Station to Station might be the sexiest Bowie album.
edited September 2015
I suppose Fever Ray has that late-night-slow-jam low bass thing going on, and songs with low, smooth electronically produced bass get me in the mood easily. D'Angelo was a glaring omission I should've thought the list over more before I posted it. Pop Tatari's tracks just have these sick grooves and riffs and shrieky vocals all over the place. I'm not even into BDSM but I guess I do like a more freaky soundtrack, as opposed to a softer one. I definitely see the appeal of old school baby making jams such as Minnie Ripperton, Anita Baker, or Marvin Gaye.
i can definitely see fever ray as being sexy. great pick.
Wild is the Wind
Sexy as fuck
because i've found myself listening to these albums a lot lately,
best electronic albums of 2013:
1. jon hopkins - immunity
2. tim hecker - virgins
3. oneohtrix point never - r + 7
4. boards of canada - tomorrow's harvest
5. forest swords - engravings
HMs go to dj koze's amygdala and the knife's shaking the habitual. fucking great year for electronic music.
Mine would be
1. The Knife - Shaking the Habitual
2. Holden - The Inheritors
3. DJ Rashad - Double Cup
4. Jon Hopkins - Immunity
5. Steven Tang - Disconnect to Connect
HM's to Donato Dozzy's Plays Bee Mask & DJ Koze's Amygdala.
top 5 hit songs of the 2000s
1. gnarls barkley - crazy
2. outkast - hey ya
3. gorillaz - feel good, inc.
4. estelle ft. kanye - american boy
5. britney spears - toxic
i'm definitely forgetting something, but these are some of my favorites
Not bad, mine would be off the top of my head
1. Welcome Home- C&C
2. Dare you to move- Switchfoot
3. The way you move- Outkast
4. Beautiful- Christina Aguilera
5. Empire State of Mind
edited October 2015
Kanye - Stronger, Love Lockdown, Gold Digger
Aaliyah - Try Again
Christina Milian - Dip it Low
Britney - Toxic, Piece of Me
Diddy & Keyshia Cole - Last Night
Justin Timberlake - Sexyback, My Love
Tweet & Missy - Oops (Oh My)
Beyoncé - Crazy In Love, Check On It
Sean Paul - Temperature
Outkast - Hey Ya, The Way You Move, So Fresh So Clean
Kelis - Milkshake
I'm sure there are many others I could list but these are the ones I can think of right now.
Always will love someone talking about that Estelle track. I remember it coming and then just kinda falling to the side. It was only a mild hit, so it was around for a few weeks in the popular zeitgeist but never stuck around or had any resonance. Too bad, it was one of the better pop songs of that year.
I'd put votes in for some tracks from the early 2000's disco/house revival.
Spiller's Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)
Kylie's Love At First Sight
, and of course any of the Daft Punk singles from that era. All classics.
always gave me a musical semi, as much as I've not enjoyed their latest work, Guy-Manuel and Thomas are quite incredible.
what I came here for is to post my top 10 of 2015 tracks. I'll reserve my full 25 for the actual end of the year, when everyone makes their lists (also who knows, someone may release the best track of the year in the next month)
1. Sufjan Stevens - The Only Thing
2. Jessica Pratt - Moon Dude
3. Joanna Newsom - Divers
4. Tobias Jesso Jr. - Without You
5. Chelsea Wolfe - Iron Moon
6. Deerhunter - Breaker
7. DJ Spinn & DJ Rashad - Dubby (feat Danny Brown)
8. Belle & Sebastian - Ever Have a Little Faith?
9. Kelela - Rewind
10. Courtney Barnett - Elevator Operator
picking which chelsea track to put on my list is gonna be impossible
Divers might be my Joanna Newsom pick too.
might be mine, too. it's wonderful
"Leaving the City" is mine. I think the heavier (on the Joanna Newsom scale) guitar sound really fits what she does well, and I'm actually surprised by that.
I hope she explores that avenue more when her next album comes out in 5 years
songs that are likely to make my list:
Sufjan - The Only Thing
KEN mode - Blessed
Kendrick Lamar - kinda undecided, tempted to go with Hood Politics or Wesley's Theory
Alabama Shakes - Gimme All Your Love
Loma Prieta - More Perfect
Chelsea Wolfe - Survive
Panopticon - Into the North Woods
Open Mike Eagle - Dark Comedy Late Show
Oneohtrix Point Never - Child of Rage
Young Thug & Jamie xx - Good Times
Earl Sweatshirt - Grief
Cattle Decapitation - Apex Blasphemy
Leviathan - Scar Sighted
Death Grips - On GP
Algiers - Irony. Utility. Pretext.
Czarface - Nightcrawler
Without ordering it yet and I'm sure I'm missing some:
Natalie Prass - My Baby Don't Understand Me
Oneohtrix Point Never - Sticky Drama
Grimes - Scream (ft. Aristophanes)
Powell - Insomniac
Kendrick Lamar - Alright
Reckonwrong - Radio Magic Tracks
Chelsea Wolfe - Iron Moon
Holly Herndon - Morning Sun
DJ Taye - Ecstasy
Death Grips - On GP
Russell Haswell - Hardwax Flashback
Lotic - Carried
Titus Andronicus - Fired Up
Jenny Hval - That Battle Is Over
Anna Von Hauswolff - Come Wander With Me/Deliverance
DJ Firmeza - Alma do meu pai
DJ Spinn - Dubby
Sufjan - No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross
Joanna Newsom - Divers
Terron - No. 34 The Dove (Part II)
The Galleria & Jessy Lanza - Mezzanine
Kelela - The High
Tarquin - Lost My Marbles
M.E.S.H. - Epithet
sorry to bring out the pedantic douche side of me, but it ain't a guitar.
I've heard several people say it's a guitar, so don't feel bad.
But, it's a synth.
not an official list just whatever came to my head first
okay kaya - clenched teeth
MED Blu & Madlib - Knock Knock
freddie gibbs - my dope house
kendrick lamar - institutionalized
sufjan - should have known better
post malone - white iverson
kill j - you're good but i'm better
despot - house of bricks
beach house - all your yeahs
chairlift - cha ching
young thug - pacifier
anna b savage - 1
young fathers - shame
american wrestlers - there's no crying over me either
hot sugar - trauma
tinashe - wanderer
deerhunter - breaker
lower dens - to live or die in la
julia holter - feel you
jay rock - easy bake
sabella - made it right
a. chal - round whippin
netaji lamont - driftin
lois - before you
I actually appreciate the info TTK
edited November 2015
01. The War On Drugs - Lost In The Dream
Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness
Ariel Pink - pom pom
Ty Segall - Manipulator
Dum Dum Girls - Too True
FKA Twigs - LP1
Julian Casablancas+The Voidz - Tyranny
Warpaint - Warpaint
Lykke Li - I Never Learn
Timber Timbre - Hot Dreams
Perfume Genius - Too Bright
The Black Keys - True Blue
Metronomy - Love Letters
St. Vincent - St. Vincent
Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence
Broken Bells - After The Disco
Banks - Goddess
Caribou - Our Love
Temples - Sun Structure
White Fence - For the Recently Found Innocent
i'll make this year's list next month, but these were my favorite albums last year
Songs of 2015
1. Young Thug - Constantly hating
2. Who cares?
that should be on my list. i didn't want to pick multiple songs from one artist though lol
edited November 2015
1. Run the Jewels - RTJ2
2. Panopticon - Roads to the North
3. Thou - Heathen
4. Full of Hell - Full of Hell & Merzbow
5. Gridlink - Longhena
6. Flying Lotus - You're Dead!
Swans - To Be Kind
8. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Pinata
9. Neil Cicierega - Mouth Sounds/Silence
10. Behemoth - The Satanist
11. Girl Talk & Freeway - Broken Ankles
12. Yautja - Songs of Descent
13. Ariel Pink - Pom Pom
14. D'Angelo - Black Messiah
15. A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Sea When Absent
16. Boris - Noise
17. Open Mike Eagle - Dark Comedy
18. Have a Nice Life - The Unnatural World
19. Weezer - EWBAITE
20. Mick Jenkins - The Water[s]
1. Broken Twin - May
2. Grouper - Ruins
3. Deerhoof - Isla Bonita
4. D'Angelo - Black Messiah
5. Alex G - DSU
6. Weyes Blood - The Innocents
7. Fka Twigs - LP1
8. Ty Segall - Manipulator
9. A Sunny Day In Glasgow - Sea When Absent
10. Mick Jenkins - The Waters
11. Ava Luna - Electric Balloon
12. Yelle - Completement Fou
13. Julie Byrne - Rooms With Walls and Windows
14. Adult Jazz - Gist Is
15. Ought - Today More Than Any Other Day
16. Mitski - Bury Me At Makeout Creek
17. Esben And The Witch - A New Nature
18. History Of Apple Pie - Feel Something
19. Future Islands - Singles
20. Together Pangea - Badillac
ongoing list of worst punchlines in rap. feel free to throw some my way
"I know good pussy when I see it, I'm a visionary" - Kanye
"I'm all ears, in other words hear for ya" - Big Sean
"She kiss my ankle when I twisted my ankle, she even did anal when she don't do anal" - Lil Wayne
Of course, Lil Wayne also has, "Real G's move in silence like lasagna."
one could go through Lil Wayne's entire discography and make a Tolkein-sized epic of nonsense
top 15 beck (to go in conjunction with my rating of his discog)
2. Sweet Sunshine
5. Round The Bend
6. Sing It Again
7. Whiskeyclone, Hotel City 1997
8. The New Pollution
11. Paper Tiger
12. Black Tambourine
13. No Complaints
14. Steal My Body Home
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