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Thread: Hope it's ok to revive the "Best Strip Songs" thread from 2003

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    Hope it's ok to revive the "Best Strip Songs" thread from 2003

    Hi. I found this site while searching for "Strip Club" songs, but that thread was several years old. So since there's lots of great new tunes (and still lots of great old ones too) I thought I'd give it a shot at re-starting the idea from that original thread. I just finished making a compilation CD, and this is what I've come up with (at least for volume one)

    In order:

    1. DHT - Listen To Your Heart
    2. Colin James - That's What You Do To Me (Thanks to Rezdog)
    3. Barbara Carr - A Woman Always Gets Her Way
    4. B.B. King - Did You Ever Love A Woman?
    5. Axel Zwingenberger - Two O'Clock Mood
    6. Billy Preston - Will It Go Round In Circles
    7. Alannah Myles - Black Velvet (This was on before I checked the site)
    8. Peggy Lee - Fever
    9. Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You
    10. Denis La Salle - I Just Wanna Make Love To You
    11. Holly Cole - Heat Wave (Thanks to JacknJill/orallover/Firewire for Holly Cole suggestion; never heard of her before; she rocks!)
    12. Tom Jones - You Can Leave Your Hat On (Also done by Joe Cocker and Etta James. I like all 3 versions.)
    13. Holly Valance - Kiss, Kiss
    14. Bryan Adams - I Wanna Be Your Underwear
    15. Lords of Acid - Undress & Possess
    16. Cyndi Lauper - I Drove All Night (Thanks to Raquelle)
    17. ZZ Top - Low Rider
    18. Aerosmith - Walk This Way
    19. Hank Williams, Jr. - Naked Women & Beer
    20. Joan Jett - Wild Thing
    21. John Lee Hooker w/Van Morrison - G-L-O-R-I-A

    Even though the songs cover lots of genres, believe it or not, they really work together as a comp CD. (At least IMHO). Lemme know what ya think. As much as I like this one, I wouldn't mind making another.

    C.L.

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    Wow. The list doesn't include THEE all-time classic song for strip joints, a song that ALWAYS seem to be played (or so I've noticed):

    Hella Good by No Doubt (w/ Gwen Stefani)

    A heavy dance beat with Gwen Stefani's heavy breathing and giggling. Perfect for the strip joint, and they always play it.

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    Still Loving You - Scorpions

    this is THE sc standard song, period.

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    what about any Def Leppard song?

    How about Rammstein-Stripped?

    MM

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    Talking

    Watch BET uncut and you'll find a few gems. Hope no one has anything against R&B.

    Motley Crue-Girls, Girls, Girls

    Prince- You got the look (W/Sheena Easton)

    Nine Inch Nails- Closer to God

    Eagles- Victim of Love

    Rob Zombie- Dragula

    Nelly- Tip Drill

    Jackie O- Nookie
    "I can picture every move that a man could make
    getting lost in her loving is your first mistake

    Sometimes I think its a sin
    When I feel like I'm winning when I'm losing again"

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    Thanks for the responses!!

    (...keep 'em comin)

    Note: I just heard a cut that I think is so good I might make it the first song on the CD:

    the remix of the Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams".

    Fantastic beat; and the lyrics fit very well also.

    I'm gonna d/l and listen to the tunes you've suggested! Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montreal Moose
    How about Rammstein-Stripped?

    MM
    OH YEAH!!!
    (BTW - Any particular Def Leppard cuts?)

    T.B.C. -- Still d/l'ing/listening.

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    Wine, women, & song ... ck_nj's Avatar
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    Def Leppard you say?

    I am particular to the Women and Hysteria tracks myself, both from the Hysteria CD.

    CK
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    In no particular order, old and new, fast and slow...

    Wonderful Tonight and River of Tears - Eric Clapton
    Foxy Lady - Jimi Hendrix
    Roxy Roller - Sweeny Todd
    Dirty Mary - Lady Bouncer
    Crimson and Clover - Tommy James or Joan Jett version
    Pon de Replay - Rhianna
    Open Arms - Journey
    Pour Some Sugar on me - Def Leppard
    Feelin' Love - Paula Cole
    Angel - John Secada
    Ti Amo - Umberto Tozzi (NOT Laura Branigan version)
    RipPopGoDaZippa - Prince
    International Lover - Prince

    I could go on and on, there's so many good stripper songs.

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    I start to like songs I did not like before after I see a girl dance naked to them. It becomes conditioned and takes me back to happy times when I hear the song later on.

    MM

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    I saw Jenna Jameson stip to American Bad Ass... forver changing the way I listen to that song.


    One of the sexiest strip songs is Godsmack's Voodoo. Would be perfect with Cleo's low lighting...
    "I feel sorry for people who don't drink. They wake up in the morning and that's the best they're going to feel all day."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Techman
    In no particular order, old and new, fast and slow...

    Crimson and Clover - Tommy James or Joan Jett version

    I could go on and on, there's so many good stripper songs.
    I'm not into much looking for stripper ...
    But I do admit once I saw a girl who dance on that song and I was really impressed ... Not by the beauty of the girl but about her performance.

    Thank's Techman, I was wondering for a long time now who was singing the original version!
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    Current working revised playlist: 1. Motley Crew - Girls, Girls, Girls 2. La Bouche - Sweet Dreams 3. DHT - Listen To Your Heart 4. Colin James - That's What You Do To Me 5. Paula Cole - Feelin Love 6. Alannah Myles - Black Velvet 7. Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You 8. Peggy Lee - Fever 9. Holly Cole - Heatwave 10. Tom Jones - You Can Leave Your Hat On 11. Holly Valance - Kiss Kiss 12. Rammstein - Stripped 13. Prince/Sheena Easton - You Got The Look 14. Sweeny Todd - Roxy Roller 15. Bryan Adams - I Wanna Be Your Underwear 16. No Doubt - Hella Good 17. Cyndi Lauper - I Drove All Night 18. ZZ Top - Low Rider 19. Aerosmith - Walk This Way 20. Hank Williams Jr - Naked Women & Beer 21. Joan Jett - Wild Thing

    Thanks for all the input! It sounds much more cohesive now. I appreciate all the suggestions. (And don't stop. As soon as this one's completely done, I think there'll definitely be enough for a second one.)

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    Sweet Nikki - Prince
    You Can Leave Your Hat On - Joe Cocker
    Only Women Bleed - Alice Cooper

    good call on Rammstein's "Stripped" BTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by jost
    good call on Rammstein's "Stripped" BTW
    All the credit for that one goes to Montreal Moose. (And thanks for your suggestions as well!)

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