Day 2K SEX-PLOSION!
month of February...Valentine's Day, romance, love, eros, blistering
cold weather, leap year, ground hogs and good old fashioned sex!
To heat things up this Valentine's Day, we have chosen some very
special selections for our VinylCheese friends. Don't play any of
these sound files too loud however, you might end up with your co-workers
in the next cube getting the wrong idea that you truly are some
Mystic Moods of Love
The Mystic Moods Orchestra
up, in our oddysey of eros, is the unoriginally named "The Mystic
Moods of Love" by The Mystic Moods Orchestra.
As unoriginal as the title, the music is a combination of time
treasured soundtrack songs, 70s soft-pop and age-old romantic
classics. But it wasn't for it's mediocrity why we chose this
album. On the contrary, it's selling point was the addition of
a "Romantic Fragrance" that was added to the album to "enhance"
the "Mystic Mood of Love". So enticing was this, that we both
had to crack the album sleeve and take a whiff. Much to our dismay,
the only "Romantic Fragrance" that curled through our nostrils
was the sneeze inducing smell of mold. MMmmm....KKKAA-ching! A
sale was made!
into the mood with The Look of
By the way, did we mention the sounds of rain throughout the entire
album? No wonder it smelled so musty.
European Sexbeat Compilation
album proclaims that it is "...fantastic for making l-o-v-e"
and that it is "terrific on a waterbed!" To that we answer with
a resounding...YES! The best way to
describe this "European Sexbeat" compilation is to say that
it sounds like the soundtrack to a Russ
Meyer film. It really doesn't matter which one, after all
they all sound and "look" the same. Sounding severely dated,
the kind of music that only undirty "sex-hippies" would listen
to...you know the kind...paisley shirts, long chiffons scarves
tied around their heads and plastic love beads that they bought
at the local five and dime, this collection of "Sexbeat" music
from the 60s and early 70s is allegedly a "definitive collection"
of ultra-rare tracks. In a limited edition of only 500 copies,
get out your LSD and put your morality on the back burner and
as our hero Austin Powers would say "yeah baby!"
men and cracking whips should satiate your most forbidden cravings
in this track Die Folterkammer des
Dr. Sex by The Vampires of Dartmoore.
Sounds of Love
...A to Zzzz
early 70s was epochal time of experimentation. The sexual revolution
was well underway and SIN-thesizers were becoming smaller and
cheaper. Hence, the record we have before you. Performed by two
"very emotional, ardent lovers" and a room filled with the sleekest
synthesizer of the day, this album produces a range of sounds
from grinding and horrible to downright embarassing.
free to wallow along in the groaning titilation of Black
& Blues from
Written by Billy Rogers
Told by Gregg Oliver
Music by Del Stanton
our favorite in the Sex U Up Series, an amorous tale for the beatnik
swinger in all of us, with words written by "Dr." Billy Rogers
and jazzy guitar score by Del Staton. Delivered with a deadpan,
sharp-as-tacks Bogie-esque silolquy, this epic saga (told entirely
from a barstool) of one velvet-voiced devil's quest to find the
perfect martini and a tantalizing dame of monumental charms. This
slice is a reminder of the swaggering age of Dean Martin. Men
were men, women were witches and the drinks were strong. With
the conclusion that "booze is the only answer", we ask, how could
you go wrong?
in on Act 3, Scene 2.