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5 Sexy Fetish Songs

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Looking for something to get you in the kinky mood before meeting up with a lover? Check out these five songs for inspiration.

1. “Justify My Love” by Madonna


Are there any fetishes that Madonna forgot to mention? The role player extraordinare has done the dominatrix, the submissive, the cougar, the gold digger, the toe sucker, the masochist, the whip wielder, the rubber lover, the gender bender, the pony rider, the Parisian ‘20s lesbian, the sexy librarian, the exhibitionist, the voyeur, the religious fetishist, you name it. Sometimes it’s hot as hell, and sometimes we cringe and think, Ma, no! But you’ve got to hand it to her rebel heart for adventurousness, inclusivity, and speaking up without flinching. The girl’s got balls.

2. “S&M” by Rihanna


Featuring the stunning starlet in a beige rubber dress walking her slave, we also get to see Rihanna in thigh-high latex and a splendid variety of bondage positions. Lest we take it too seriously, the pop singer also peels a big banana and throws pink popcorn all over the set. It’s a tongue in cheek performance, true, but who cares? Any chance to see RiRi half naked! That, and I don’t need much more to get off than hearing her croon, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but chains and whips excite me.”

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3. “Fetish” by Joan Jett


Those who find the glossy, polished make believe of Madonna or Rihanna unconvincing might prefer the raw power of Joan Jett’s desire. The ‘80s “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” babe never shied away from volatile emotions, belting out “I Hate Myself For Loving You” and strutting around in tight leather. But “Fetish” lays it all out for those who had any doubts. “Look good in latex…pain turns to pleasure fast,” she howls, “restrained, while I fuck your head…relax, while I pound your ass.”

4. “Warm Leatherette” by The Normal


Daniel Miller abandoned a film script he was working on, inspired by J.G. Ballard’s book Crash. The novel, about folks turned on by car accidents, was turned into a movie later by David Cronenberg, but Miller’s 1978 electronic-industrial ditty had long infused the underground and was covered by everyone from Grace Jones to DJ Peter Rauhofer.  “See the breaking glass in the underpass,” Miller repeats in that wicked,  hypnotic voice. “Hear the crushing steel, feel the steering wheel,” he sings without even getting tongue tied.

5. “I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges


While other ’60s bands were dreaming of incense and peppermints and holding your hand, this was three minutes of awesome begging to be made a slave. It’s been a dungeon favorite since 1969, but is understood as a work of art in its own right, featuring a riff of only three guitar chords and an unusual musical instrument: sleigh bells. “So messed up, I want you here…” As soon as I hear that iconic opening, I’m on my knees. Woof.

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