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Songs to Invoke Sex

Episode 7
Songs to Invoke Sex

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  • Let's Talk About Sex

    Performed by Salt-N-Pepa

    "Let's Talk About Sex" is a song by American hip-hop trio Salt-N-Pepa. It was released in August 1991 as a single from their "Blacks' Magic" album, and achieved great success in many countries, where it was a number-one hit.

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  • Let's Wait Awhile

    Performed by Janet Jackson

    "Let's Wait Awhile" is a song recorded by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released as the fifth single from her third studio album, Control. Inspired by a conversation Janet had with a friend, the song speaks of sexual abstinence.

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  • Get Up (I Feel Like Being Like a) Sex Machine (Part 1)

    Performed by James Brown

    "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine" is a song recorded by James Brown with Bobby Byrd on backing vocals. Released as a two-part single in 1970, it was a #2 R&B hit and reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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  • Get Up (I Feel Like Being Like a) Sex Machine (Part 2)

    Performed by James Brown

    "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine" is a song recorded by James Brown with Bobby Byrd on backing vocals. Released as a two-part single in 1970, it was a #2 R&B hit and reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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  • Sex Like a Pornstar

    Performed by Sir Ari Gold

    In July 2015, Sir Ari Gold released his single "Sex Like A Pornstar". In August 2015, Gold released his fifth studio album, "Soundtrack to Freedom", under the moniker "GoldNation".

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  • I Want Your Sex (Part 1)

    Performed by George Michael

    "I Want Your Sex" is a song by English singer-songwriter George Michael. Released as a single in June 1987, it was the third hit from the soundtrack to "Beverly Hills Cop II" and the first single from Michael's then-upcoming debut solo album "Faith".

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  • I Want Your Sex (Part 2)

    Performed by George Michael

    "I Want Your Sex" is a song by English singer-songwriter George Michael. Released as a single in June 1987, it was the third hit from the soundtrack to "Beverly Hills Cop II" and the first single from Michael's then-upcoming debut solo album "Faith".

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  • Where Do U Want Me to Put It

    Performed by Solo

    "Where Do U Want Me to Put It" is a track from the self-titled debut album by the R&B group Solo. The album was eventually certified gold.

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  • Sexual Healing

    Performed by Marvin Gaye

    "Sexual Healing" is a 1982 song recorded by Marvin Gaye on Columbia Records. It was his first single since his exit from his long-term record label Motown earlier in the year, following the release of the "In Our Lifetime" album the previous year.

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