- "Closer" by Nine Inch Nails
Trent Reznor certainly doesn't ooze sex appeal (unless you are a chemically unbalanced teenaged girl), but the Goth Grandfather can certainly write a sexy song. Take this 1994 electronic ditty: If you are looking for a slow, slinky dance, look no further. This is pure raunch, as Reznor wails "You let me desecrate you/You let me penetrate you." As she bumps and grinds to the intense keyboards and distorted guitar, you'll have the urge to do both of these nasty acts to her yourself. But the striptease is all about the wait, so fight it and enjoy.
- "She's Always In My Hair" by D'Angelo
R&B music has the beat, lyrics and attitude that make it ideal for stripteases. Put on this syrupy number from uber-smooth D'Angelo, and watch her transform into a sultry, nimble sex bomb. This is a cover of a Prince song, and His Purple Highness' trademark sexuality shines through. It's a rollicking confession of one man's love for the perfect girl -- something your girl will appreciate. What you'll appreciate is how the funky backbeat makes her move. D'Angelo may be a preacher's son, but he'll make you break many of the Ten Commandments with this saucy number.
- "Sex (I'm a)" by Lovage
Faith No More's Mike Patton and DJ extraordinaire Dan the Automator collaborated on the relatively unknown 2001 release Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By. But don't let the deliberately cheesy title fool you; this great album is filled with legitimately sexy songs. The highlight is "Sex (I'm A)," a super-hot back-and-forth between Patton and nymphet Jennifer Charles of '90s pop group Elysian Fields. They sing of virgins, one-night stands and making love together -- the perfect recipe for a good time. The throbbing beat will set the mood, but the overdubbed, orgasmic moans and groans will have both of you scrambling for the song to end so you can make your own little soundtrack.