Straight Bangers

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Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here


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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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The Rolling Stones – Under My Thumb

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Jay-Z and Danger Mouse – Public Service Announcement

The Grey Album is hotter than any solo Jay-Z album evar.   For those who don’t know, The Grey Album by Danger Mouse is a mashup album that brings together Jay-Z’s ‘The Black Album‘ and The Beatles (commonly referred to as The White Album).

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Crosby, Stills & Nash – Wooden Ships

CSN(&Y) is one of those bands that is really hard to choose a favorite song from.. This one is up there though..

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Richie Havens – Freedom

Woodstock would have been really sick..

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Arlo Guthrie – Coming Into Los Angeles

Songs about selling/smuggling drugs are not a new thing.

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Led Zeppelin – Kashmir


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The Allman Brothers – Jessica

A tough Guitar Hero song.  Off Brothers and Sisters (1973)

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Iggy Pop & The Stooges – Gimme Danger

Off Raw Power (1973).

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Three Dog Night – Mama Told Me (Not To Come)

Apparently this song is not orginally by Three Dog.  Randy Newman wrote it for Eric Burdon’s 1966 album, but Three Dog Night’s cover of it went to the top of the Billboard charts in 1970.  TIL.  Off It Ain’t Easy (1970).

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Hall & Oates – Rich Girl

Straight. Banger.  Off Bigger Than Both of Us (1977).

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