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Seduce your lovers, friends, and enemies with this Spotify playlist and be sure to let us know what we missed in the comments. Madonna, “Justify My Love” (1991) ### Madonna might move through different sexual identities as easily as the rest of us change shoes, but this is one of her most forthright. The dissonance of the hook bumps up with some pretty straightforward demands (“I wanna… Blondie, “Call Me” (1980) ### “Call Me” trades the bubbly disco bop of “Heart of Glass” for something more driving and intense; it could almost pass for metal if Debbie Harry weren’t singing. INXS, “Need You Tonight” (1987) ### When this song came out, I was a child, but I knew it was about something… Michael Hutchence’s seductive whisper is almost all you need to go a little weak in the knees, but that repetitive guitar and the pleading to “come over here” are just about the most direct a person can be. The Smiths, “Handsome Devil” (1984) ### The young Morrissey’s public disavowal of sexuality meant that, of course, his actual songs were positively steaming with thwarted desire. Ginuwine, “Pony” (1996) ### Hey DJ: want to make a dance floor full of women absolutely lose their shit? There’s no better way to find someone who knows how to ride.
Sam Cooke, “Wonderful World” (1960) ### Lest we worry too much about his academic prowess, Sam assures that that he’s versed in the most important math of all, stating, “I do know one and one is two.” And at the end of the day, I’m not going to be too critical of his intellect because, ultimately, I don’t really care what he’s saying so long as he’s singing. Everything about this song is sexy — if you can’t get laid with this, you’re beyond everyone’s help. The Ramones, “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend” (1976) ### The Ramones wanted to do many things: sniff glue, be sedated, get shock treatment. Aaliyah, “Are You That Somebody” (1998) ### Aaliyah’s smooth-as-silk breathy whisper-singing and Timbaland’s sexy beats keep this song firmly in the sexy pantheon. And as far as louche pickup lines go, there’s no better verse than “We could go and get 40s / Fuck going to that party / Oh really, your folks are away now? Julian Casablancas’ schedule is wide open, as long as you’re the one who’s asking. I mean, “You’re All I’ve Got Tonight” — uh, thanks? Sly & the Family Stone, “Just Like a Baby” (1971) ### This is what late nights and wrinkled sheets sound like. The rest of the song is one of Dylan’s surrealistic jaunts through a world entirely of his creation, but at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter, because all he wants out of it is you. Sometimes, you just want things to be a little more primal. Who hasn’t felt so crushed-out and excitable that they’d like to tell the object of their affection repeatedly how much they want them? Guttural electro throbbing and uncomfortably frank come-ons like “I want to feel you from the inside” get the pancake makeup & mesh crowd in the mood, but you hardly need black fingernails to fall prey to Trent Reznor’s barely contained animalistic lust. Levi Stubbs makes you feel the “need” part of the title, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra swoons along with the listener. Bob Dylan, “I Want You” (1966) ### Who doesn’t want to be wanted? Nine Inch Nails, “Closer” (1994) ### “Closer” is the perfect soundtrack for any lovers looking to spend a steamy evening in an abandoned industrial yard. The Four Tops, “Baby I Need Your Loving” (1964) ### One of those perfectly engineered Motown hits, “Baby I Need Your Loving” is, simply put, an incredible pop song that expresses a very old feeling. The next wedding you go to, when this comes on (and it will), we suggest you grab that bridesmaid/groomsman you’ve been eyeing and make a break for the dance floor, followed in short order by the hotel.
Duran Duran, “Hungry Like The Wolf” (1982) ### A deservedly colossal hit, “Hungry Like The Wolf” captures everything fun about early-’80s aesthetics.
If you’re not at least a little moved by Joey Ramone’s request, you must have a heart (and loins) of stone.
But they found time between those cartoonishly punk activities for a sweetly yearning ode to puppy-dog love. It’s sexy because it reminds us of our secret adolescent sexual feelings; of the smell of Old Spice and hairspray, and not quite understanding how sex works, but knowing that it was sort of like slow dancing but nakeder and that we wanted it.
The Strokes, “” (2003) ### From a band big on snottiness and regret, here’s a veritable anthem of easygoing availability. The Cars, “You’re All I’ve Got Tonight” (1979) ### Like most Cars songs, what appears to be a promise of devotion is actually a lot nastier and more sadomasochistic. And the drum and guitar sound in this track makes nastiness sound pretty good.
Heart, “Crazy on You” (1976) ### Propulsive acoustic strumming, that titanic chorus riff, and — most of all — Ann Wilson’s monster vocals combine to one hell of an ode to a night of passion.
Beach Boys, “Help Me Rhonda” (1965) ### The Beach Boys always infused their boyish songs with adult themes — at its heart, “Help Me Rhonda” is a guy begging for some rebound sex.