Straight Bangers

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Roxy Music – Oh Yeah (On the Radio)

I’ve come out of retirement to drop this straight banger from Bryan Ferry’s Roxy Music. “Oh Yeah (On the Radio)” is straight romance, straight pop, and straight bangin’.
I would totally throw on some Roxy for foreplay.

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Guidance Counselor – All God’s Children Can Dance

Once Portland music-scene mainstays, Guidance Counselor has since disbanded, leaving behind only their legacy of indie dance hits. Guitar-driven, keyboard-supported, and drum-effected, Guidance Counselor’s debut, eponymous, and only album (2010) celebrates the one thing every Portland band strives for: to get hipsters to uncross their arms and fucking dance.

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Talking Heads – This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)

This video is taken from the Talking Head’s phenomenal live album/concertStop Making Sense. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest concert films of all time, largely due to David Byrne charismatic, spastic, and calculated performance. Also Tina Weymouth is a total babe; I’d travel in time to tap dat ass.

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Todd Rundgren – Bang the Drum All Day

Can you handle the pure joy of the early 80s track? I doubt it. My mood was once as sour as year-old milk, and then along came Todd and his ballad of FUCK work – it is time to BANG.

The blue-collar blues is cured with this popped-collar pop.

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Devo – Girl U Want

Some people get confused on who Devo even is; these people are fools. Devo is funny, talented, subversive, and a guilty, nerdy pleasure.

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Warren G – Regulate

Warren G’s Regulate is a straight up classic. You can’t help but dip on down to itz slow jamz.

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Death From Above 1979 – Romantic Rights

AUGHHHHHHHHHH!!!! Dance fucking fuzz rock.
I Don’t Need You

Too bad they broke up, mang.

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Bear in Heaven – Reflection of You

Bear in Heaven demand to be blasted in open spaces. This ain’t your earbud aural noise; their hypnotic, textured music is fucking terrifying. I had a high roommate once ask me to turn it down cause it was making him feel like he was insane.
Take the trip and throw on some Bear in Heaven.

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T.Rex – Metal Guru

T. Rex is my favorite glam rock band, even considered to be sometime glam folk.

Straight Riffs
Straight Glam
Straight Banging

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Major Lazer – Pon de Floor

While the music can be slightly grating, the creativity of the video in its aesthetic and sexual provocativeness is certainly astounding.

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The Cars – Since You’re Gone

After a tough break-up, I pretty much listened to this song on repeat coupled with “I’m Not the One.” I got over that girl (after an emotional eternity), but these two songs remain in my repertoire, because if you don’t listen to the lyrics, they provide a wonderful new wave slow jam for sexual activity.

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Ice Cube – It Was a Good Day

Ice Cube had this to say about “It Was a Good Day” — “The inspiration was my life at the time … I was at the top of the rap game. It was the summer of ’92 and I was in a hotel room, really in a state of euphoria. I had all the money I had dreamed of. I was in a good frame of mind. And I remember thinking, ‘Okay, there’s been the riots, people know I will deal with that. That’s a given. But I rap all this gangsta stuff – what about all the good days I had?”

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