Tuesday, 6 November 2007
I already said that I am not very interested in sex records. Just like humour, sports and nanotechnology (just to name a few topics), I don’t think that sex goes very well together with music. I have heard many implicit and explicit sex records, and I wouldn’t mind if I never heard most of them ever again.
Of course, there are exceptions. I like the Chaino records (which I have only on CD), early porno hear play records are fascinating, German and Dutch sex songs are high on my want list, and I also collect covers of Serge Gainsbourg’s Je t’aime moi non plus, for example. I also collect covers of voluptuous women, even if the music is nor erotic at all. But most of all I am interested in records on which people are faking orgasms. Like I once read in an interview with a men who lost all of his money to prostitutes: you cannot fake an orgasm without at least putting in a bit of you real repertoire. The man gave that as reason why sex with prostitutes fascinated him. I had never thought of that before I read this, but ever since I read it, I remembered it many times. There are several other sexual, pornographic and erotic aspects of records that have my interest, but like I said, it is not really my cup of tea.
On the compilation LP French kiss and other hot songs are some interesting sex songs too. Like the over-the-top-heavy-breathing-audio-explosion by Aphrodite’s Child, which I like quite a bit. The title of the song is not a word but the infinity symbol. That must be have some meaning, but I couldn’t figure it out. Wasn’t Aphrodite’s Child the band where Demis Roussos was in? Hard to believe when I hear this: