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My friends tell me I should run

They say they think she's got a gun

But that just only turns me on

Right on right on right on

–SmashMouth, "Diggin' Your Scene"

It can either be something in the lyrics, or something in the video. Either way, you just might actually be willing to pay money for this song, rather than pirating it. There's just something about it... Compare other Fetish Fuel.


  • AQUA
    • Particularly Barbie Girl: "You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere" "You can touch, you can play if you say I'm always yours" "Kiss me here, touch me there, hanky panky" "I can beg on my knees..." Surprisingly fetishy for a song supposedly about a child's toy.
  • IAMX. Chris Corner in general. Gyaah, his voice... But particularly the videos for Missile (bondage— at the hands of his then-girlfriend) and My Secret Friend. I have a(n even more) massive gender-bending/cross-dressing fetish now thanks to that last one, and it's also so not helping my girlcrush on Imogen Heap.
    • This troper watched the video and thinks Chris Corner makes an awesome girl, and Imogen Heap makes a really cute guy.
  • Duran Duran. Note also the source of their name and what Jane Fonda does in that film.
    • Especially their video for Girls on Film. Just watch it. Nearly every second of the thing has something that's Fetish Fuel.
    • Or the woman in "Come Undone" swimming underwater with only flowing materials covering her.
    • Then there's Hungry Like The Wolf. Imagine my shock when my mother explained the noises in the background to me at the age of 10. The video could explain my biting fetish, though.
    • There are also two noteworthy songs off 1993's The Wedding Album that fit this trope well — "Love Voodoo", which is a seductive, slinky little number, and "UMF", which dances around what precisely the song title stands for (but a good lyrical definition would have to be "making love to the ultimate mind"). Going back earlier, another slinky number appears in 1986's Notorious ("American Science") and a very risqué number with even more innuendo than HLTW is evident in 1988's Big Thing ("All She Wants Is").
    • One must also check out the unedited music videos for "Girls on Film" and "The Wild Boys", which are fantastic videos for hormonal teenaged boys to watch (and visceral proof that there have been real, excellent reasons for Duran Duran to have a heterosexual male fan base). "Girls on Film" was even banned from being aired on MTV, which forced the film's directors Godley and Creme (of 10cc fame) to retool certain aspects of the video and edit in certain scenes to substitute for more salacious scenes (most notable is the scene with everyone dancing and partying at the end of the video substituting for a scene with two half-nude women pillow-fighting atop a barber pole).
    • Of possible notability: In the early 1980s, lead singer Simon Le Bon gave an interview where he admitted to having had relationships with older women and having learned good lessons from those relationships. Also of possible notability: The revelation that keyboardist Nick Rhodes lost his virginity (to a girl, before you ask) at the precocious age of 13 in another interview.
  • Pick a Britney Spears video...
    • I'll start with Toxic. With such images as Britney as a spy, and later on a vampiress near the end...
      • I'd have to go for the naughty secretary look she sports in Womanizer. The leather pants and red wig later in the video aren't bad either...
      • Where does this troper begin? The schoolgirl outfit in her first video, "Drive Me Crazy", "Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman"...and then there's the motherly outfit in "If You Seek Amy"...
      • "Slave 4 U". Just...the entire thing is fetish fuel for me.
      • This troper loves the red-haired Britney in the "Womanizer" video. Started her obsession with redheaded women practically....
      • This editor blame the beggining of "Toxic" for his flight attendant fetish.
    • I've always liked in her early live performances when she got so into the song she didn't swallow her spit.
  • For this troper it has to be the music video for "Don't Come Around Here No More" by Tom Petty, especially the parts with the mad hatter guy taunting Alice.
    • The part where the Mad Hatter cuts into the Alice-cake might appeal to some strange fetishists, too.
    • Wow. Now there's an example of One Man's Fetish Fuel is Another Man's Nightmare Fuel. Or in this case, Woman's Nightmare Fuel.
  • Any video where the female artist is dancing around in a large glass of champagne.
  • "Venus In Furs" by the Velvet Underground is major BDSM fetish fuel—not surprising, considering it was based on the book of the same name by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, whose name was the source of the word "masochism."
    • "Kiss the boot/ Of shiny shiny leather."
    • When the Exploding Plastic Inevitable was performing along with it they would act out scenes from the song. Including that line. Yes, it's intentional.
    • Only by striking dear mistress will cure his heart.
      • The Devotchka cover of the same has helped two of This Troper's friends get their freak on. This Troper just wishes that said freaking was not done on This Troper's couch.
  • The video for "Mickey" by Toni Basil. Cheerleaders (real ones!) and panty shots galore.
  • The AC/DC video for "Cover You In Oil". Hmmmm....
    • Pretty much AC/DC in general. Their name is a slang term for bisexual.
      • I think it actually means Alternate Current / Direct Current. Like on a vacuum cleaner. Yes, there's a potential bisexual hint there, but... look, just check The Other Wiki out.
      • Yes, but it is also a slang term for a bisexual, based on what that. Probably unintended double meaning, but we can dream.
      • Yes, for once in their collective lives, the members of AC/DC didn't intend the double entendre they ended up with.
  • "Hurts So Good" by John Cougar Mellencamp. Lyrics apparently have S&M overtones to some.
    • Ya think?
    • And his video for "Let It All Hang Out" with a very bouncy Ashley Richardson, which was banned from MTV back in the days when they still did that sort of thing (banning videos, not playing videos. Well, that too.) By today's standards, it would be pretty tame.
    • This video has two very sexy singers singing "Hurts So Good" and Ship Teasing with each other. Whenever This Troper tries to watch that video while doing homework, she winds up very distracted by fantasies of Gretchen Wilson together with Kenny Chesney.
  • Every example in Playing To The Fetishes, although that's deliberate.
  • Christina Aguilera's "Dirrty" got an entire article commenting on the sheer number it employed.
    • "Fighter" isn't too bad either.
    • And then there's the video for Candy Man. Three Christinas. In uniform. With 1940s hair. I think I need a cold shower.
      • And let's not forget the Rosie the Riveter look she sports, or those delicious sailors in their nice white uniforms... I'll be in my bunk.
      • You forgot the blue spandex hot pants and boob hugging midriff baring top
    • The video for 'Not Myself Tonight' is just 3 minutes and 6 seconds of pure fetish fuel. You have Christina with a riding crop, wearing bondage gear, including gags and chains, kissing/groping/grinding against men and women, wearing leather, dancing in the rain, setting things on fire, crawling across the floor on all fours and pouring black paint over herself.
  • X Japan and Yoshiki Hayashi. WHITE POEM LIVE. DAHLIA TOUR. FEMDOM YES PLZ
  • Ziggy Stardust? In and of himself, probably got some girls (oh, and Morrissey) into androgyny, but... stage antics. And that is all. Plus, the whole multiple-personalities angle- I know for certain that there's some Ziggy/David Bowie out there, as well as Ziggy/Thin White Duke- all essentially, er, David on David action. Probably has the same appeal as the Naruto fic out there taking advantage of the Harem Jutsu effect- more to love?
    • Hell, all of seventies glam rock was intentional Fetish Fuel, even the straighter bands like Alice Cooper or Sweet. Really, just try to tell me Marc Bolan's voice isn't a turn-on for you.
  • Speaking of (later) Alice Cooper, "Poison." Plenty of Femdom Bondage in the music video, and the lyrics... oh god. "Black lace on sweat," "I want to hurt you just to hear you screaming my name."
    • This troper is most familiar with that song through a Joker/Batman Foe Yay fanmix, and she would have to agree thoroughly.
    • The video is on Singstar 80's for PS 2, the song is included as one of the songs in the game.
    • Not my fetish, but guess what Cold Ethyl is about.
      • Well, if that's brought up, how about Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Mary Jane's Last Dance video? Squicky as hell and yet somehow made to seem halfway appealing. I can only imagine what effect it has on people who are into that sort of stuff...
      • "Cold Ethyl"'s just a fun tune compared to "I Love The Dead" (Not the a live recording, the one on the "Billion Dollar Babies" album). Having the song sounds sexy aside from the lyrics makes it even squickier.
    • The music video for "Gimme" is this troper's fetish fuel gas station. Just watch. Holy fricking heck.
    • Bed of Nails must be the epitome of BDSM Fetish Fuel in music. The video clip is appropriately arousing.
  • Malice Mizer's 'Illuminati', from lyrics suggesting a sex orgy for magical purposes to both the concert that included Catsuits and lab coats, and plenty of humping. To the video which has the following: Cross-Dressing, Blood-play/vampirism, Amputation, Bondage, Sado-Masochism to the EXTREME, Electroshock, Sensory Deprivation, HoYay, Domination, and that's the stuff the troper can recall.
    • Also features cannibalism, as Közi briefly eats from a champagne glass filled with eyeballs. Also a case of Author Appeal.
    • And, depending on how you take the part with Kami and the severed head, possibly necrophilia. And voyeurism, with the lab techs watching them through the glass the whole time.
    • Hell, the LIVE for Illuminati does this on purpose. This video is semi-legendary for two things: Gackt singing half of the first verse while nuzzling his face into Mana's chest, and the bridge consisting of Mana kneeling in front of Gackt's crotch while Közi stands behind him grinding against him in what is known as the Gackt Sandwich. And they stay like this for a really long time.
      • Your Mileage May Vary. Watch Közi's expression as he peers over Gackt's shoulder and try not to giggle.
  • Hell, Gackt is intentional fetish fuel. Vanilla is obviously about a sexual encounter - the Night version had a slower, more 'lazy day' tempo that to this troper makes it hotter then the more rock-like original, mainly because this troper pictures a couple of sexy guys in a sub-tropic town, slowly licking vanilla ice cream off each other.
    • Gackt also claimed among other things that he's a Sexual Vampire
    • It doesn't help that in every song that Gackt sung as part of Malice Mizer or during his solo career never identifies the gender of the love interest.
    • Or that the live version of Vanilla featured him and his guitarist simulating oral sex and missionary position sex onstage.
    • Did no one else find the dancing he did for the live version of Ghost (Youtube killed it; don't bother) to be one of the sexiest things he's done to date? Not even counting the blink-and-you'll-miss-it Fanservice moment.
  • The Spice Girls- Nuff said. For this troper's older bro it was Posh Spice in the catwoman costume from the Too Much music video.
    • Many kittens died because of "Say You'll Be There".
  • This troper absolutely despises the song "SexyBack." But she admits that the line "You see these shackles, baby, I'm your slave / I'll let you whip me if I misbehave" gets her attention.
    • This troper is glad to see she's not the only one.
    • This Troper agrees
      • This troper despises that line, as she doesn't see anything sexy about being one's slave.
      • Depends on if you're into dominance and such.
    • Oh lord, "SexyBack". The scene in the hotel room, where he and the girl are about to have sex on the table and he just rips off her pearl necklace. God knows why that's hot, but daaaaaamn.
  • While this troper can't stand Timbaland, she's absolutely fine with watching "Scream'" over and over again. Want to know why? That long, sleek Slipknot Ponytail is awesome.
  • Cradle of Filth's Nymphetamine (Fix version). Sexy on its own right, but the whispers in stereo part just take the cake. Oh, and the video clip brings new ideas to mind. Yum.
    • When Dani licks his microphone in that video, it clued this troper onto a fetish she didn't even know she had. See also: Trent Reznor in the video for Closer.
      • This troper was somewhere between 14-16 when she first saw that video—just the right age to blame Trent Reznor for the way she always catches herself biting her lip at the sight of scrawnyish (and usually Pale Skinned Brunette ) guys wearing any sort of leather or being restrained, especially if they seem to be enjoying it. Proof that even some of the shy, gentle, utterly normal-looking types have a naughty side tucked away somewhere.
      • Oh. Yes. The video for "Perfect Drug" (not that, I, uh, have that video on my iPod now or anything) seems to have given this troper a weird thing for drug-addled depressed guys in Edwardian garb. She had it before, but... oh, damn.
      • Re. Closer— this troper has had a friend vent her WMG at her that the song is addressed to Trent Reznor. Hot dang.
  • Ahem* Bow down before the one you serve/You're going to get what you deserve. Head like a hole/Black as your soul/I'd rather die/than give you control. Done and done.
      • Trent Reznor's voice is pretty much the biggest turn on ever. I find the more desperate, broken and/or insane he sounds, the hotter.
      • "Happiness in Slavery" is a HUGE turn-on for this girl, who's wicked into men enjoying extreme pain. Probably cos she dislikes men anyway, but damned if she didn't get some strange euphoric feelings upon first viewing. Warning: not for the faint of heart. Makes the video for "Closer" look positively vanilla.
  • Gwen Stefani in the "What You Waitin' For?" music video's dream sequence. Elegant Gothic Lolita outfit + thigh-high stockings + platform heels = HOT.
    • Even discounting the above, you have Stefani lying on a bush and panting. In the first ten seconds. The rest of the video contains giant Gwen, cute Japanese girls cosplaying, Gwen herself cosplaying, multiple Gwens, a group of similarly-dressed Japanese girls, and Gwen doing a striptease-y dance in front of said girls. And more panting noises.
    • Luxurious. Her voice is somehow just so hot, and the guy speaking French? Mmm.
  • Recoil in general, but especially "Want". This editor once heard it described as "kinky aural erotica"; after lines like "I want your touches to scar me, so I'll know where you've been", he concurs. "Breath Control" is more blatant, but less effective.
  • Pick a Dresden Dolls song/video: "Coin-Operated Boy" is the obvious one, but this troper feels that "Shores of California" is the winner in terms of "someone, somewhere, is getting off on this right now." Particularly when it comes to Amanda Palmer strutting around as some unholy cross between Jane Russell and Tim Curry in Rocky Horror.
    • And both of those are pretty damn tame compared to some of their live performances.
      • Amanda once joked on-stage that she'd sing a song topless if anyone donated 500 dollars. Guess what? Someone did.
    • Wait, unholy?
      • Anything even vaguely related to Tim Curry in Rocky Horror is by definition the antithesis of "holy." Unless it's different in your church, in which case send pictures.
    • This troper couldn't have been the only one who enjoyed Amanda licking Brian Viglione face in the video for "Girl Anachronism" a little too much, could he?
      • Heck, all she had to do for this troper was crouch in those stripey stockings.
    • The video for Amanda Palmer's cover of "What's the use of Wonderin'". Lesbians, people getting tied up and Stepford wife smiles make me feel a bit funny inside
    • The way Amanda Palmer says "Hollywood" in the Dresden Dolls song "Night Reconnaissance" makes me go weak at the knees with the breathy and innocent way she says it
    • This troper can definitely confirm the appeal of "Shores of California". ("Clench your fists, yeah / Write / She's... just... not... my... type!", anyone?)
  • The video for "Venus" by Bananarama had a Devil-girl in tight red leather. Among other imagery of a very stimulating nature.
  • The video for Belinda Carlisle's "I Get Weak", which featured many hot women falling down overcome with passion, gave this troper a near fainting fetish for several years.
    • Heaven Is A Place On Earth has those people in bandit masks.
      • two words: la luna
    • Speaking of Belinda Carlisle, look up her live performance from the Runaway Horses tour in the late 80's when she had that sexy short punk-ish "Rageddy Ann" hairstyle. This troper kept getting turned on by how much her hair kept getting in her face. It was at exactly the right length where you could see her shoulders (especially the back of her shoulders) and occasionally a little peek-a-boo of her neck but her face was mostly obscured and hidden except from the front because of how her hair kept wildly flailing around. It was more in her face than Jennifer Aniston's hair despite being short enough to show off her shoulders entirely from all angles and even a little bit of her neck. That's just so HOT that words can't even describe it. Who needs porn when you have erotic hairstyles?
  • The Killers 'Mr Brightside'. Pretty girl in wig and heavy makeup playing off a pretty boy in eyeliner and a somewhat sexy older man against each other over her? Yes please!
    • That song has been turning this troper on for way too long, video aside. Mostly because for a very long time, she mistakenly took it to be about two guys. Obviously not the whole female pronoun part, but... it made sense at the time, okay?
      • You may have been thinking of "Queen Bitch", the David Bowie song it references, which is probably about a drag queen. Hard to say for sure, it being a Bowie song.
      • Nah, it was mostly just the way the narrator seems occasionally ambiguous at which part of the unlucky couple he's feeling jealous for. But... time to go back to listening to Bowie again. Quit giving me squiggly feelings, guys!
      • One of my favorite Fan Vids is a Vampire Knight love triangle to that song. Given that the Zero/Kaname Foe Yay in-show does not go unnoticed... I now like that vid even more.
    • The Killers' video for All These Things That I've Done features a Western Theme with scantily clad women who are presumably the exes of the band completely pwning them all with boomerangs (yes, boomerangs!). One of them even licks the edge of her weapon before throwing it. The UK version is squee-worthy in a rather more family-friendly way.
      • And also Brandon Flowers showering. Let's not forget Brandon Flowers showering.
      • With his guyliner perfectly in place.
      • Oh, Brandon Flowers. Just the way he moves in music videos. There's this strangely jerky thing sorta-dancing thing he does and for some reason it gives this troper a touch of the vapors. Also, eyeliner.
  • Baby Got Back, which plays to the love of, not surprisingly, big butts.
  • "The Only One" by Melissa Etheridge has a very sexy, slippery, sweaty video.
    • To go with a song that is incredibly sexy, slippery, and sweaty.
  • The catfights in both versions of the video for Mariah Carey's "Heartbreaker". Bonus points because the Remix version had a soapy catfight.
  • Placebo's 'My Sweet Prince'. Hoyay lyrics in a sexy whisper, yum.
    • "Nancy Boy" rouses strange, unfamiliar feelings in this male troper. Seeing Brian Molko in the video helps greatly.
    • Oh god, Protège-Moi. Brian Molko singing so beautifully, in French. Dear Lord.
    • The music video doesn't help things. It's an orgy. Not censored.
    • This troper found the video for Pure Morning to be one of the most swoon-worthy things ever committed to film. Pale, slender (long-haired!) goth boy quietly contemplating leaping from a tall building while people on the ground desperately try to talk him down? And with that broodingly playful melody? Yes, PLEASE.
  • Senza Una Donna, by Zucchero and Paul Young. Just watch the video and let the drooling commence.
  • The lead singer for Swedish band Dungen does it for this troper. The hair! That voice! The clothes! Squee!
  • The video for tATu's "All the Things She Said". They're Russian girls. In schoolgirl uniforms. Making out! In the rain!!!
    • You say that like it's special for them. It'd be hot for this troper if it didn't seem so incredibly forced.
    • Eh, as far as t.A.T.u. songs go, This Troper will always find Show Me Love the most Fetish Fuel-y.
  • Quite a few Depeche Mode songs - one song is about S&M, Master and Servant. Some lines: "You treat me like a dog/get me down on my knees". And the sounds he makes at the end... this troper gets shivers up her back.
    • Coming from a moderately Catholic background, this troper had mixed feelings when his girlfriend began using "Personal Jesus" as background music during their, uh, alone time. It's now listed as (by far) the "Most Played" song on his computer.
    • Pretty much any Depeche Mode song will do it to this troper. That man's voice is enough to send shivers down his spine.
    • Dave Gahan. Especially in concert. Sweaty, much of the time shirtless, prone to writhing dancing... That voice! Those tattoos! My God, the things I'd do to that man...
    • This performance of "World In My Eyes" in Milan. Good friggin' lord. Sweaty, shirtless, tattoos, gratuitous closeups, the thing he does with his hand and the mic stand midway through...
  • Speaking of... sounds... hearing Nick Cave describe the anguished sounds Blixa Bargeld can make while on stage, in far-too-pleased terms in an interview on You Tube turned this troper on in a very bad way. Not so much because she actually ships Nixa (though I do) but because Nick sounds so downright amused and pleased talking about Blixa making sounds like a dying child... and then they play video of him making said sounds. The resemblance is marked. Ohhhhhh.
    • Speaking of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds ... the video for Henry Lee . Nick Cave and PJ Harvey, dressed alike with the same haircuts , and getting all sensual and close together, constantly touching and nuzzling and slow-dancing, while singing a version of an old murder ballad about a man who wants to leave his girlfriend - who in retalitaion stabs him and hides his body in a well. When this troper first saw the video she was blown away by the intimacy of the whole video: they barely kiss, and yet it's like they're having sex onscreen!
    • Nick Cave and Blixa Bargeld singing "Where the Wild Roses Grow." Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue singing "Where the Wild Roses Grow." Bisexual, slash fangirl, murder ballad afficiando troper is happy!
  • After seeing Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable" video, hair curlers suddenly became a whole lot sexier...
    • See also; "Kitty Cat". Rawr.
    • There's also the "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" video. If you have to ask you either a) don't like women, and/or b) have never seen the video.
      • The live performances of Single Ladies (especially the one in 2011) are even hotter. I love how she flaunted those sexy legs in that sexy leotard, and for me anyway there's a part that's super hot in the second half she did an improv bit where she didn't swallow her spit for almost two minutes. When she got to the "Ladies, put your hand in his face" part it sounded so erotic and sexy due to all the saliva she'd accumulated in her mouth swishing around when she said that line and as a result it's my favourite part of the whole song (again in the live performances). And she still didn't swallow her spit for the rest of the song but it's not as easy to tell because of blending with the background singers and mostly "woah oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh oh" parts..
  • No "These boots were made for walking"?
    • Blackpool features a particularly hilarious version of this with Davids Morrissey and Tennant butting heads and tangoing.
      • You say "hilarious", I say I'll be in my bunk. GUH. Tennant leaning up into Morrissey, purring in his ear. The way Morrissey just manhandles Tennant, pushing him on his knees. Yesplz.
      • Oh, YES! This troper usually prefers to see men being dominant, but something about the way Tennant bends over backwards makes her weak in the knees. It suggests such . . . flexibility. Not to mention the ridiculous amounts of Foe Yay, which this troper finds very interesting.
  • This troper's sexuality might be considerably different without hearing "Sweet Dreams are Made of These" in his childhood. The refrain... "Some of them want to use you/Some of them want to get used by you/Some of them want to abuse you/Some of them want to be abused."
    • If that wasn't enough, there's Annie Lennox in the video, wearing a suit and black leather gloves and wielding a swagger stick. Powerful, in complete control and arousing in all sorts of confusing ways.
  • Tokio Hotel's performance at the 2007 MTV EM As is definitely the cause of this troper's fetish about guys in the rain, especially if they are performing.
    • Tokio Hotel, period, is maybe six or seven kinds of fetish fuel for most of the fans. The fact that they're all really good friends outside of working together is just the beginning.
      • The Kaulitz twins, and everything that goes with them. They are Fetish Fuel personified.
      • Bill, the lead singer, is a Real Life Bishonen (and used to have Anime Hair to boot.) And then there's the Woobie sound of so many of the love songs... a fondness for woobies isn't a fetish, right? Just a matter of taste. Right?
  • This troper has a great fondness for men with Rapunzel Hair, and her favourite band is DragonForce. These two facts are completely unrelated. Honest.
  • This troper nominates Jenny Lewis. Just... Jenny Lewis.
    • This troper, in turn, nominates her voice. "The Moneymaker" is, uh, an enjoyable listen.
  • What magnificent timing The Smashing Pumpkins had, releasing the song "Ava Adore" around the time this troper was hitting puberty. Billy Corgan... mmmm...
    It's you that I adore/you will always be my whore
    • Oohhh yes, The Smashing Pumpkins seem to have a talent for the "forceful/sexy" kind of songs. Apart from "Ava Adore", there's "Pug", "Soul Power", and probably more.
    • Not to mention the end of the "Today" video, with all the people making out and Billy Corgan looking a bit like "Oh, well, what's a boy to do?" and walking towards them. Not to mention that some people must have been turned on by James Iha in drag and Darcy Wretzky looking butch.
    • And on the topic of videos, "Rhinoceros", for the single shot of Billy with the feathered hair, and Zero", which has both Brunette D'arcy and James with the blond streaks. Not even to get into the Adore/Machina era stuff...
  • Dead Or Alive. The "You Spin Me Round" video is just the freaking tip of the iceberg of Fetish Fuel that is Pete Burns. Well, actually to most he's more like Nightmare Fuel, but Your Mileage May Vary.
  • Heather Nova's voice makes this troper feel all tingly... in his pants.
  • Sarah Mc Lachlan has a marked tendency towards naked Peek A Boo videos for her songs.
    • Hell, the woman's voice is fetish fuel all on its own. And her lyrics - Broken Bird, anyone?
      • Possession was this troper's favourite song all through elementary and middle school. Yeah... she has her seme/uke kinks for a reason.
      • This Troper has always found "Possession" to be mind bogglingly erotic. The fact that it was essentially written by an unhinged stalker of Mc Lachlan fails to change that, but does leave it deep in some very dark and uncharted territory where succubi and incubi roam free.
      • The woman's voice alone was something of a Closet Key for this (bisexual, female) troper--and I've never seen a single one of her videos.
  • While this troper is no big fan of Rihanna, her BDSM video/Homage to Nine Inch Nail's "Closer" for "Disturbia" is seriously making him rethink his sexuality.
    • Whoa. Thanks for cluing this troper in to the homage angle. Never noticed it before.
    • This troper always was vaguely interested in BDSM, but got a whole new set of squiggly feelings when Rihanna absent-mindedly petted that guy's head while walking towards the camera.
    • Bondage nothing, is there a term for a fetish involving scantily clad girls lurching mechanically in place and moving out-of-step with the film? If the Silent Hill nurses didn't coin it, this video just might.
    • What about that part in the video for "Umbrella" when she's painted silver? (And that is coming from a straight troper who usually goes for the boys!
    • Nobody mentioned 'Rude Boy' yet? The music video may be tame but the lyrics certainly aren't. "Take me take me", indeed.
    • Of course, there's her video for 'S&M.' Particularly the pink latex stockings and the bunny suit.
  • This troper once watched an interview with Tori Amos holding forth for several minutes on the topics of religion, sex, and Led Zeppelin. While the subject matter was interesting on its own, this troper would like to thank Ms. Amos for answering the questions in the huskiest, naughtiest, phonesex-iest voice he's ever heard. Also, for her cover of "Whole Lotta Love", which he's always careful to play when no one else is around.
    • Or her cover of Madonna's "Like A Prayer". Is it this troper's imagination or does she pay way more attention to the "down on my knees" part than Madonna did?
    • Or "She's Your Cocaine". This troper bought the "From the Choirgirl Hotel" album for that song alone. The lyrics, and those moans... and then that sharp "Cut it again."
    • This troper, channel-surfing late one night, stumbled across a live performance. I've never wanted to be a piano stool more in my life.
      • A friend of This Troper's claims to have once heard a bootleg of a live Tori Amos concert in which he swears it sounds like she's given herself an orgasm in the middle of one of the songs.
      • For that matter, the live "Storytellers" version of "Cornflake Girl". Tori, sweetie, you're (supposedly) talking about female circumcision. So would you kindly stop singing like sex? Please and thank you.
    • Tori in the music video for Sweet the Sting is the reason I'm not gay.
    • What about her alter egos Santa and Pip? The former is sultry and sexy, and the latter is vicious and ferocious. 'Nuff said.
    • OMG, Tori is PURE FETISH FUEL for me. She doesn't swallow her spit when she sings and sadly that's how I got into her music. This troper always liked to put the final "circles and circles" part of "Cloud On My Tongue" on repeat due to how sexy it sounded with all that saliva just swirling around in her mouth. And I love how much she drools onstage. It's so beautiful, so erotic, so sexy.
  • The Madonna music video Justify My Love which was banned from MTV and had scenes of people all making out and a lot of crucifixes too. Also the Cher music video If I Could Turn Back Time- and then again Cher in general, considering she wears a lot of skimpy outfits.
    • Madonna's "Erotica" is a more deliberate example. The video was full of BDSM Fem-dom imagery, including Ponyplay, and skin-tight black costumes, though this troper found an image of Madonna smiling, revealing a single Gold tooth to be Fan Disservice but is sure someone else likes that. The lyrics - everything is fetishistic.
      • You like the video? Then good news! Most of the footage was actually taken from "Making of The Sex Book", which is basically that music video extended to a full hour. Knock yourself out.
    • Madonna in chains, lapping up a bowl of milk like a cat in "Express Yourself".
      • Said video also includes a Bifauxnen moment...with a monocle!
    • But then there's Madonna in soaking wet clothing on the beach and the Pepperdine Swim Team in fish tails for Cherish. She didn't work for me but the boys certainly did.
      • Seconded. Likely explains my thing for mermen.
      • The fact that this very music video happens to homage to the classic mermaid movie Splash helps.
    • The video for "Human Nature" did it for this troper. The catsuit! The ropes! The riding crop!
    • This troper watched the first fifteen seconds of "Hung Up" and suddenly realized he liked older women. It helps if they're anything near that flexible.
    • Let's not forget the goldmine for clothing fetishists that was the video for "Vogue"
    • The video for Die Another Day. Good LORD. Clothing Damage, sword fight with Evil Twin Madonna, Madonna strapped to a chair...
    • Hell, you could split this entire page into two equal sections; "Music Fetish Fuel; Madonna" and "Music Fetish Fuel; Other". But I'll just add one more: "Sorry". Bunch of girls driving around, grapping guys off the street to make them their sex slaves, being bossed around by a woman with no pants, oh yes.
    • "Like a Prayer." Just... "Like a Prayer." Video or song alone, it doesn't matter; the confluence of religious imagery and sex just... UNF.
    • If the lyrics of Hanky Panky don't suggest anything sexual to you, her outfit in the video will certainly help.
  • "Ring My Bell" by Anita Ward was originally suppose to be an innocent song about girls talking on the phone, then someone realized the possibilities, and gave it to a sultry-voiced preacher's daughter.
  • The sexy girl dancing in the video for Billy Idol's "Rock the Cradle of Love", specifically the way she slowly strips off her clothes bit by bit, her split on the bed, her prowling around on her hands and knees, and when she grasps the man by his tie and pulls him in for an incredible kiss. In fact, that girl is so sexy she leaves even this decidedly heterosexual troper shaken...
  • George Michael has a very fine, smokin hot' ass and he's not afraid to shake it in front of the camera for all it's worth - especially while clad in tight, blue jeans or leather pants. Especially in "Faith" and "I Want Your Sex". Probably gave a lot of women and men a thing for butts, especially since George has a Stupid Sexy Flanders thing going on.
    • Don't forget "Freedom 90", with all the sexy female and male models. And "Outside". And...
  • Honey Ryder's "Numb" video features an attractive woman being tied up. Several times. The fact that the lead singer vaguely resembles a younger Donna Noble does not help at all.
  • Queens Of The Stone Age - "Sick, sick, sick": Vore, older women, vampires, feeder fetish.
    • "Make It Wit Chu". No hyper-crazy fetishes to speak of, but the song itself practically drips sex.
      • That whole BAND drips sex. Especially Josh Homme. Mmm....
  • Franz Ferdinand and its song "Michael". That voice, singing about dancing suggestively with a guy... Mm.
    • Have you heard the duet version? It's the same song, except he's fighting with the lead singer of Queen of Japan over Michael. Yeah.
    • Kapranos licking envelopes in the video for "This Fire." This troper made icons. Which she couldn't use because they were too mesmerizing...
    • I'd like to add the guys in black suits and guyliner. Let's not forget that they look absolutely magnificent in suits.
    • And now there's the video for "Ulysses" which has Kapranos looking all rumpled and sleazy with bedroom hair. Oh yeah, baby.
    • [1] thought that Alex's voice in "This Fire" when he hits those low notes....ooh.
  • This was the whole point of the old-school Industrial band Coil. Though sometimes the lyrics veered close to the pornographic, it was the videos that saw them at their peak. The high point may have been the video for 'Dark Age of Love', which involves masked androgynous beings with golden claws stroking a man draped in a black veil with diamonds in his eye sockets whilst two very muscular, all but naked young men wearing laurel wreaths oil themselves and feed each other grapes. And let's not forget their cover of Tainted Love, which combined fetish fuel with Nightmare Fuel, combining scenes of a man dying of AIDS with scenes of Marc Almond dripping honey all over a table looking mopey.
  • Shania Twain's "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" has Shania in 1920's garb stripping off a huge coat and unbuttoning her shirt after she sings the chorus once, taking off said shirt after singing it a second time, and taking off her hat as she begins it a third time—if she were to repeat the chorus once more, what would she take off? And then there are the male backup guitarists, who wear skintight, transparent shirts, though that's a completely different fetish.
    • A couple of commentators on the video also mention the sexiness of women in top hats. And I think I agree with them.
  • The video to Jewel's "Intuition" has Jewel in a white top getting soaked by firefighters towards the end. That was obviously supposed to be a parody of Wet Sari Scenes scenes in music videos and media in general. It failed. So very much.
  • Sigur Rós, the band themselves, and their video for "Gobbledygook." A bunch of naked people lounging about in trees and running all over the place? Yes plz. Also, Jonsí is the most Woobietastic singer ever. And that VOICE...
  • Many eurobeat songs have sexual lyrics:
    • "Gimme the Night" by Dave McLoud, commonly known via Initial D: Second Stage, has some creepy overtones: "Like a nice empty shell / Such a beautiful girl"
    • "Stop Your Self Control" by Marko Polo, for those with rape fantasies:"I want you to be my stripper / And take off all your clothes in the dark""I want you to be my bunny / I'll bite off those big ears in your head"
    • "Ding-a-ling" by Jilly. Sounds innocent at first, until the bridge:"Touch my soul and touch my body, baby / honey honey need your sexy toy / I wanna give you kisses baby / ready ready feel you inside me""Bang a gong, I feel my head stoned and I feel the earth moving under my feet / Bing the bang, your love is in motion, you give your explosion to me"
    • And of course, "Atomic Playboy" by the late Gino Caria (as Mike Skanner):"Boom boom boom, like a hammer on a nail... Down down down I wanna go so deep inside you, then you'll fly high high with your finger to the sky"Put put put put your finger in my body and then lick lick lick, everywhere you wanna lick, go! Cum cum cum, now you're cummin pretty soon oh baby, feel the heat that I'm spitting over you"
    • Jeff Driller's "Take My Hammer". Seems to be about sex in a mud bath/pit.
    • "Push your finger in my hole! Do you really want to hurt me?"(Feel My Body and My Soul by Leslie Hammond) Implies S&M as well as Intercourse With You.
  • Ahem. Vitas. Rather pretty countertenor with a disturbingly high vocal range and a lot of enthusiasm... In one particular music video, he looks surprisingly like Young Ocelot from Metal Gear Solid 3, with a buzz cut making him look startlingly vulnerable (is there a name for a kink for really short hair? hmm...) and in others the aim appears to be showing off his pretty legs and big feet. In formal concert wear, albeit usually plastered in sequins and spanges, but oh God, no other man has made near-drag look that good. After becoming hypnotised by a video or two I found myself absent-mindedly wondering what his screams would sound like... good screams, not the bad kind. Countertenors ARE MY KINK. And now I've found one who's easy on the eyes, too...
  • A particular Bjork music video has to have made a few robot fetishists.
    • There's also the video to Pagan Poetry, which involves pearls being sewn onto a woman's skin and distorted but still vaguely recognizable sex scenes of Bjork herself. Oh, and Cocoon, which involves red thread coming out of her nipples and wrapping herself up in, well, a cocoon.
  • Jeff Buckley. I mean DAMN (said this otherwise straight male troper).
  • Likewise, there's no "other" section. In an article criticizing cheerleading, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana was paraphrased as fantasizing a high school pep rally consisting of cheerleaders and jocks "being stripped naked and humiliated at gunpoint." This troper challenges you to not to take that out of context.
    • At the risk of getting into a debate with raging Nirvana fans, Kurt was pretty much gay. I'm so there. Squiggly. Feelings.
      • How about Kurt's fave band The Vaselines? Sugary sweet Scottish lass sings about... making out with a girl called Molly? And, ahem, a 'Monsterpussy'.
  • Squicky as it seems, this troper enjoys the end of My Chemical Romance's Music Video "Helena", where the hot dead girl comes to life and dances before dropping back into the casket.
    • Seeing that video wasn't squicky for me. Finding out after seeing the video that Gerard actually wrote the song in memory of his grandmother Elena...was.
    • And seeing Gerard get mobbed (and quite possibly ripped apart) by rioting high school kids in the music video for Teenagers was... funner than it ought to be. (I'm sick.) Not to mention the entire band appearing to love the schoolboy-uniform motif. I'll straighten your tie, Mikey- if you know what I mean.
    • To go with the schoolboy uniforms, "I'm Not Okay" needs a mention. Ray licking a... crayon. Frank jumping out of a locker. Croquet. Tackling the school mascot. And the whole thing in the bathroom stall.
    • This Yaoi Fangirl found the song "You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison" seriously hot. I know prison rape is a Bad Thing, but. Wow. Especially sung in Gerard's crazy-person-sexy voice, with Bert of The Used fame's maniacal high-pitched laughter at the end. Even more so when you consider that Bert and Gerard both regularly make out with guys at concerts, are ex-best friends who had a falling out and wrote nasty break-up songs about one another, and are the most popular Real Person slash ship on the Internetz. Add all these factors together and you have a major turn on for many an Emo Teen fangirl.
      • And then there's the photoshoots of Gerard and Adam Lazzara of Taking Back Sunday...one where they have little toy guns aimed at each others' heads, and another set of them clearly getting cozy on a couch.
    • Um, what about the live shows? They've never done much to discourage the Ho Yay, especially during the Project Revolution tour. Gerard's going around humping monitors, making out with his guitarist, sticking his hand down his pants...I believe this quote from SPIN◊ sums it up.
    • Oh, and the priest outfit Gerard wore for a while. That is all.
    • What about House of Wolves? With a chorus that goes, What I wanna say/ Tell me I'm an angel,/ Take this to my grave./ Tell me I'm a bad man,/ Kick me like a stray./ Tell me I'm an angel,/ Take this to my grave., this troper felt funny in strange places.
    • As much as she hates to admit it, Gerard Way's voice is straight Audio Erotica for this troper. It probably has something to do with the rough, tortured male banshee wail he has going on, and the fact that outside of that he can actually sing doesn't hurt.
    • Frank and Gerard moaning in Destroya. That is all.
  • Speaking of The Used: the video for Pretty Handsome Awkward. Jepha Howard in drag. It gave this troper a touch of the vapours.
  • Pink. Her song Fingers. It wasn't even allowed on the U.S. version of her "I'm Not Dead" CD. It's about.. umm.. well.. taking thing in hand If You Know What I Mean. Hint: me vengo! is Spanish for.. umm.. 'I am having an orgasm'. Then watch her live performance of the song. She supposedly was really singing while doing that performance. I don't see how.
    • On the same album, Centerfold is about leaving your ex a little photographic reminder of what they're missing out on. In this case, on the pages of a magazine.
    • A forgotten Pink song "There You Go" which went against her conventional style (it was actually R&B) was hot for this toper because of her short pink hair. HOT!

Flip to me, I'm the centerfold. I'm gonna charm you all night.Stick to me, I'm the centerfold. We're gonna go on, hold tight.

    • And then there's her song Oh My God from Try This. Which is... uh... it's a duet with this lady, and its lyrics really can't be quoted in a family wiki.
    • And the video for Sober from the album Funhouse. Pink having sex with... umm... Pink.
    • The live concert video of her doing her song "Respect", between strapping the audience volunteer down in a wooden chair than just about giving him a lap dance.
    • The video of her song Please Don't Leave Me is definitely Nightmare Fuel as she goes Stephen King on her boyfriend.
  • PJ Harvey certainly makes a white trouser suit look... nice... in the 'This is Love ' video.
  • Chemical Brothers 'Elektrobank' video. Sofia Coppola (and her huge nose) as a teenage gymnast? Oh my...
  • Doctor Sexy.
  • The Other Two. That Mancunian mum hairdo gives this troper a funny feeling.
  • The ridiculously sexy Zydrate Anatomy from Repo! The Genetic Opera. This troper may or may not have a scalpel fetish now. She definitely has a Terence Zdunich fetish, but let's face it - you cannot hear this man sing and NOT have a Terence Zdunich fetish.
    • This troper has compared that video with the Tim Curry ones that keep being cited on TV Tropes. He's noticing a pattern. He also plans to take up singing at the earliest possible opportunity.
    • Terrance Zdunich even has sexy facial expressions. How the hell can someone have sexy facial expressions? I don't know, but Terrance Zdunich apparently does.
      • There must clearly be some Order of Sexy Facial Expressions. TZ definitely has them, and while it's not mentioned in the My Chemical Romance section just above, so does Gerard Way. It's fairly impressive to watch him go from looking Ax Crazy to sexy-faced with just the rearrangement of a few facial muscles.
  • Even fan remixes of video game music can fall under this trope, believe it or not. Case in point: ladies and gentlemen, "Border of Extacy". Especially after 2:35 in.
  • Elvis Presley shaking his pelvis. DAMN.
    • Oh yeah.
    • holy crap, thirded. The man was HOT when in his younger years. :D~~
  • Meredith Brooks' video for "What would happen if we kissed" has a hot love scene with a scorchingly hot Billy Wirth, lots of close-ups of hands and pierced ears... and to top it off, Wirth's character is a priest.
  • Oddly, not the song itself, but the video for Shirley Bassey's version of Get This Party Started. There's just something about black vinyl ballgowns and tuxedos.
  • Merril Bainbridge's "Mouth (When I Kiss Your Lips)". Seriously. It's a pattern with her; her two biggest singles were this one and "Under the Water", which is pretty openly about underwater sex (yep, that's a real fetish).
  • Mandy Moore's "In My Pocket" video.
  • For shame not a mention of Pain by Three Days Grace or even Animal I Have Become.
    • Oh yes... This Troper enjoys watching Adam break down during the slow part of the song singing... on the floor...
  • Elvis. Teddy Bear. Fun visual for furries.
  • Every song by Neil Finn. Ever.
    • No kidding. Special mention goes out to "Fingers of Love" by Crowded House, for the themes implied, as well as "Whispers and Moans". Good God.
  • The Cure, "It's Never Enough". The song itself is pure unleaded Fetish Fuel already, but that music video definitely got somebody off; wolf-man in a cage, fat lady showing a flash of knee, the band performing in that cramped optical-illusion room...
    • Lullaby gave this troper chills, both in the bad way and the good way.
  • Divinyls, "I Touch Myself." Wow, wow, wow.
  • Rev. 22:20 by Puscifer and Maynard. Talk about some very, very appealing biblical imagery (but mostly taking "He who testifies to these things says, "Yes, I am coming quickly." Amen. Come, Lord Jesus." and RUNNING with it).
    • Speaking of Maynard, this troper is quite sure a good portion of songs by Tool and A Perfect Circle are Fetish Fuel (or Nightmare Fuel, Your Mileage May Vary). This troper would like to give special mention to "Thinking Of You", which she will never be able to listen to in the same way again.
  • While it seems many tropers consider the ending of Radiohead's There There video quite unsettling, this particular troper is extremely turned on by it. Especially around the 4:45 mark...
    • Or, if you wanna stick with some less freaky fetish fuel regarding Radiohead, just take a look at any of the infamous "Thom Yorke freakout dance" videos. They're quite easy to find on youtube.
    • From "Sulk": You're so pretty/when you're on your knees/disinfected/and eager to please... And then there's Nude, off In Rainbows, specifically the "you'll go to hell" section... am I the only one who wonders if that isn't Thom's orgasm voice? Just me? I'll be in my bunk.
      • When I first listened to Skip Divided I thought it was a creepy stalker song. After listening to it live, I now think its a creepy sexy stalker song. Judging by the way Thom moves his hips when he sings it, Thom knows just what my dirty mind is thinking....
    • On the subject of Thom's dancing, take a look at the live performance of Paperbag Writer. Nuff said.
    • Oh hell, I feel kinda torn listening to their music in general. On one hand, I know it's pretty depressing, but on the other hand.....
    • And, there's something about his movement in the newest video
  • The seductive-sounding "if you were here with me..." clip from this remix of "If You Were Here With Me," known mostly via the Dance Dance Revolution series.
  • The Hot 'N Cold music video has a very hot, wedding dress-clad Katy Perry chasing after her groom. Partway through, she takes off part of the dress. And this is before she changes into a sports jacket, tank top, and short shorts and puts on some green eyeshadow...
    • This troper somehow finds that video hotter than the one for "I Kissed A Girl(And I Liked It)". He thinks it's the runny eyeshadow.
    • The eyeshadow returns in "Waking up in Vegas". Every outfit she wears in that video seems to have been cut to remind the viewer Ms. Perry has very nice boobs. Her male friend also appears shirtless, for the ladies.
  • "The Bidding," by Tally Hall, is a song about a Bachelor Auction. That's probably Fetish Fuel in and of itself for someone, but this little gem of a line is rather... special...I've been training like a Pavlov dogSent my independence out to take a hikeAll you've gotta do is activate my bellAnd I'll fetch you anything you like!
  • Muse. Matt Bellamy. Just ... Matt Bellamy. The way he moves around the stage, how he runs his hands all over his guitar ... I'll be in my bunk.
    • Originally, this troper didn't really get the "how he runs his hands all over his guitar" part of that statement. Until she saw Muse live. Oh. My. God. Let's just say I was very grateful for those screens that show close-ups of what the band members are doing.
    • While we're on the subject of Muse live, this troper feels compelled to mention a recent gig she attended where Matt Bellamy clung to a railing with his knees and played the remainder of one song face-down. This served the dual purpose of demonstrating just how flexible he is and giving the audience a really good look at his arse. Wow...
    • Not to mention the song "Plug In Baby", allegedly written about his guitar. Let's say his descriptions sound very much like romance and shouldn't affect this Troper so much...
    • Then there's "Time Is Running Out," in which he sings in a high, quavery voice about being "asphyxiated" and "restricted." Yes, please.
      • Not just restricted, bound and restricted. And he looks damn hot in the video.
    • And let's not forget "Supermassive Black Hole". If it's not the pounding drums, the fuzzy, grinding guitars, or the breathy lyrics, it's Matt Bellamy moaning over the chorus.
      • There have actually been a couple of Panic! at the Disco slash porn fic involving this song.
    • Give it up for lesser-known track "Showbiz", which begins with Bellamy singing about controlling his feelings for so long and sounding like he's just barely holding it together. As the song progresses he loses it completely, culminating in a scream that can only be described as orgasmic. Oh yes...
    • Bellamy even makes the oft-covered "Feelin' Good" sexy, especially during one performance of the song on Later...With Jools Holland. Shiny black leather. Yum.
    • While this troper wholeheartedly approves of all this wanton perving over Matt Bellamy, how about some love for Dom Howard? Just watch him pounding those drums, working up a good sweat and tell me that doesn't work for you.
    • No love for Chris Wolstenholme? Yes, he's a family man, but watching him play that bass... Let's just say watching any video of him play makes This Troper very happy. Have you seen how fast the fingers on his right hand move?
      • Yes I have, not to mention those finely muscled arms and then there's Dom Howard's pert bum and ... oh Hell, I'll just have everything on the menu.
    • The song "I Belong To You/Mon Cœur S'ouvre à Ta Voix " has Matt Bellamy singing part of the song in French. ...damn.
    • News just in: the video for "Uprising" features Matt Bellamy looking so criminally hot, this troper fears that prolonged exposure to it might cause her to spontaneously combust. Sweet Jesus, how can a fully dressed man be so damn sexy?
  • How about Devo's Whip It?
    • Whip it good.
  • Oh Yeah by Yello.
  • The 80s video of a-ha's Take On Me featured a woman who meets a man from a comic book. He spends the video trying to break the walls between their worlds and the video culminates in a very sexy scene where he attacks this wall with all his might, finally breaking through and falling to the floor, covered in sweat.
  • Some of Michael Jackson's music videos have this such as the full version of Black Or White. And then there's the video for Blood On The Dancefloor.
    • The Moonwalker version of Smooth Criminal. MJ flirting full-on with gorgeous ladies, killing off the bad guys without so much as a second glance, that creepy-yet-kinda-hot "sexless orgy" scene in the middle... * sigh* You remember when he used be awesome?
      • Uh...he was awesome AFTER Bad era, too. Seriously, the man's sexual confidence went through the roof in his thirties. From the sexual flirtatiousness in the Remember the Time and especially the In the Closet video to most of the Dangerous Tour and performances, dancing that at times consisted of him shaking his hips and emphasizing his crotch the man knew how to work a crowd. Those dance moves carried onto the HI Story tour that gave us the famous gold pants that was pretty much yet another way for the man to brag on his...package. Then, there's the VERY memorable opening to what would have been the This is It performance of Billie Jean. * smokes a cigarette*
    • And have you noticed how he tended to like tight leather and bondage gear? But depending on where you get off the "He still looks good" train, it might be Fan Disservice to some.
    • Also, "Give Into Me": "Don't try to understand me. Just simply do the things I say." Guh...
    • While the censored dancing and panther scene in Black or White is well known and already mentioned, the morphing scene near the end would be fetish fuel for the people with a shapeshifting kink. (Depending on your orientation, as they use models of both genders). The fact that the camera angle makes the morphed people look nude probably adds to the effect.
    • No love for "You Are Not Alone?" Black shirt completely open and showing off his chest... lounging around a Greek temple with nothing but a tiny sheet on... and depending on the version you're watching, naked angel Michael at a secluded waterfall. I'LL BE IN MY BUNK.
    • Heck, just Michael Jackson in general. For this troper, at least...
      • And this one and...quite a few of his female fans that post on his fan boards honestly.
  • Meatloaf's songs have this on some occasions. The spoken intro at the beginning of You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth certainly counts. As you can see, she's more than willing to offer her throat to the wolf with the red roses.He: "On hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?"She: "Will he offer me his mouth?"He: "Yes."She: "Will he offer me his teeth?"He: "Yes."She: "Will he offer me his jaws?"He: "Yes."She: "Will he offer me his hunger?"He: "Yes."She: "Again, will he offer me his hunger?He: "YES!"She: "And will he starve without me?"He: "YES!"She: "And does he love me?"He: "Yes."She: "Yes..."He: "On a hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?"She: "Yes."He: "I bet you say that to all the boys!"
    • This Troper is APPALLED that you've seemingly forgotten his videos. Have you never seen the video for "I'd Do Anything For Love But I Won't Do That". I mean, this video, featuring Meatloaf as a Beast-like Creature singing about his everlasting love for the Beauty? Tell this troper that she isn't the only girl that thinks he's sexy as hell.
      • Call it Narm all you want, that video hits my Beast And Beauty kink in aaaaaaaaall the right places. Then there's the voyeurism angle—seriously, count the number of shots where Meatloaf's spying on the girl; they have to be doing that on purpose...
      • The lyrics to that too. Especially the woman's part:

will you cater to every fantasy I got/ will you hose me down with holy water when I get too hot {C Grr.

  • The sequence with the girl on the bed with the female muses... er... um... yes.
  • Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", a song so hot it should come with a complimentary cold shower.
    • If we're talking Donna Summer, her orgasm sounds on "Love to Love Ya, Baby." That song certainly raised my 12yo eyebrows (among other things) when it first came out.
  • Death/Black Metal bands will sometimes use samples of these. Carpathian Forest's "Black Shining Leather" contains the sounds of women being whipped, as does Belphegor's "Bondage Goat Zombie.".
  • Though mostly meant to be a parody of gay stereotypes, Jonny McGovern, aka The Gay Pimp applies to all fetishes related to homosexuality. This video is sheer proof of such.
  • The Blue Oyster Cult song "Dominance and Submission" is every bit as sexy as you would guess from the title.
  • This troper didn't realize just how much she lusted after skinny, shaggy haired men until The Strokes hit it big. Oh good god The Strokes. They have been known to playfully kiss each other on occasion to top it all off. For a year or so, Spin and Rolling Stone was my equivalent of Playboy.
  • Shakira is best known for being able to do some...interesting things with her hips.
    • The video for "La Tortura" has her Covered In Gunge, being "taken" in the Imagine Spot of the guy across the street, and this strange black goo dripping on her. And the guy is implied to be "self-serving", If You Know What I Mean. And a few shots of her feet.
    • The remix version has extra footage. The smile at 2:28 indicates she knows exactly what she's doing to us pervy people.
    • "Beautiful Liar" teams her up with Beyonce. Miss Knowles and her famous Hartman Hips does a fair job of matching her move-for-move.
    • "Ojos asÃi". REALLY, REALLY NICE HIPS, SHAKIRA. And very nice Belly Dancer stunt.
    • "She-Wolf". That first shot of her in the cage alone...
    • "Did It Again". Shakira in a skimpy nightie having dancing hate!sex with a shirtless guy and looking pouty in a sauna surrounded by hot women. Add her deep voice and those fricking groans and you've got this troper's favourite video ever.
    • "Don't Bother".
  • Las de la Intuicion, It's hot enough with the corset and the thigh-high stockings, but when she and her four nigh-identical backup dancers turn and flip their short, short skirts up... wow.
    • On top of the outfit, her in that wig made me develop a few fixations.
    • OH MY GOD SHE IS WEARING GARTERS!
  • "Give It Up To Me" has the lines "Got this she wolf appetite that keeps me up all night" and "So put me in a cage and lock me away and I'll play the games that you want me to play" Oh. My. Various. Gods.
  • "Whenever, Wherever" Especially the part where she is crawling through mud and rubbing it all over her barely clother body... I'll be in my bunk.
  • Also, these live versions of Whenever Wherever and Ojos Asi.
  • Rabiosa: Shakira pole-dancing in Black Bra And Panties!
  • The music video for Portishead's "Glory Box" has crossdressing and simultaneous Ho Yay/Les Yay between men played by women.
  • Garbage's "Androgyny", both the song and the video. The title alone ought to be a tip off as to why.
    • Here it is. It has men who look like attractive women, women who look like attractive men, Shirley Manson wearing a rather sexy outfit that looks like a weird hybrid between suit and a dress, Shirley Manson wearing suspenders and the aforementioned androgynous people, in various states of undress, doing vaguely hinted at things with each other in a tightly-packed environment. Something for everyone, really.
    • Supervixen: "Bow down to me." Yes, ma'am.
      • This troper has a list that's roughly as long as the Bible about the things he would do in that position in front of Shirley Manson.
    • Shirley Manson's voice, just...GUH. Especially in Sleep Together and You Look So Fine, for me...mrow.
      • Shirley Manson in general comes from the fetishy bit of the uncanny valley — off-shade red hair, disturbingly vaguely colored eyeliner, dead-white skin, and a voice like Joan Jett on Quaaludes. Creepy and smokin' at the same time.
    • This Troper would like to bring special mention to "The Trick Is To Keep Breathing" from Version 2.0. At the end, we are treated to the sound of Shirley Manson just... breathing. My. God."If we sleep together, will you like me better?"
    • The music video for The World Is Not Enough. Lady In Red Fembot Shirley Manson makes out with herself and kills real!Shirley with a Kiss Of Death. And I'm sure someone will enjoy the finale, where the entire band shows up Dressed To Kill.
    • "Betcha", a B-side for "Tell Me Where it Hurts", is a dark parody of "Don't Cha" by The Pussycat Dolls and is infinitely sexier than that trash ever was. "Bet you're glad your girlfriend's not a bitch like me/Bet you're glad your girlfriend's not a [c**t] like me" - Oh, think again.
  • So... what does it mean if you're turned on by a song from a Fake Band? To be specific: Limozeen, "Because It's Midnite." This troper doesn't even known what "Liquid and leather/in equal measure/Champagne glass/Mix 'em together" means (in all likelihood—nothing), but she does know she's interested.
    • Pretty sure that's a reference to the "heart of a lion" (the liquid) and the "wings of a bat" (the leather) from the song's chorus.
  • Speaking of being turned on by a Fake Band: Dethklok. This troper will openly admit to anyone who bothers to listen exactly how hot Pickles The Drummer is.
    • Toki Wartooth. He just sounds so innocent and cuddly...this troper would have quite a time corrupting him, she thinks.
    • This troper thinks Toki's adorable, but was caught off guard by her developing Perverse Sexual Lust for Nathan Explosion. Something about big guys with long hair and deep voices... and on the fandom side, there's the potential for Huge Guy/Tiny Guy pairings with Pickles or Charles.
      • Forget about the band, how about their manager? Charles Foster Ofdensen is hot, especially when someone threatens him or his band. Or when he comes Back From The Dead to pull off one hell of a Big Damn Heroes moment, wearing a leather jacket and no glasses with his hair all mussed... Excuse me, need to go find my bunk now...
      • Oh, sweet lord, yes.
  • The first time this troper heard the song "See You Again" on the radio, he was like, whoa, whose sexy voice is that? Then he listened a little closer to the lyrics and realized it was Miley Cyrus. I guess Lolicon's more than skin deep. Surprisingly, this actually was rather Squicky for me at first.
    • A few months later, however, Metro Station's "Shake It" came out, and this troper decided that audioeroticism must run in that family. (For those who don't know, Miley's half-brother Trace is co-frontman of Metro Station.)
  • U2 need to be mentioned here—for all the oral sex references on the Achtung Baby album ("If you wanna kiss the sky / better learn how to kneel / (On your knees, boy!)"), for "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" (including all the moaning near the end), for the breathy "Yeah..." at the beginning of "Desire", for certain parts of the "With or Without You" video (including "My hands are tied"), and for a number of other things which are harder to describe or explain.
    • You are not alone. Salomé, the b-side to "Even Better Than The Real Thing", which is Fetish Fuel in its own right, gave this troper some incredibly squiggly feelings. Was it the bassline? The backing vocals? Bono's voice? The What Do You Mean Its Not Symbolic lyrics? All of this and more. Also, The Ground Beneath Her Feet. ("All my life I worshipped her, her golden voice, her beauty's beat").
      • "If You Wear That Velvet Dress" and "Your Blue Room", both sung in that oh-so-wonderfully seductive low voice...damn. Just...damn.
      • Don't get me started on the videos, either. The Fly certainly triggered this troper's, umm, thing for sunglasses and Cyber Punk visuals. Let's not forget the shiny black leather and Bono smirking at the camera... ahem. Then, there's Numb, in which Stuff Happens To The Edge, including a certain segment that proves, err... interesting for the foot fetishists out there. Discothèque is an onslaught of Ho Yay, bright colours, sunglasses aplenty and some very tight t-shirts. Last, but not least, Electrical Storm, which has a Wet Sari Scene with Samantha Morton and Larry Mullen Jr. - just watch it, okay?
      • "Bullet the Blue Sky" demonstrates just how sexy Bono's voice is. The passion behind it is incredible, and the moaning can send shivers down anyone's spine.
    • Every so often, you can still find a picture of Bono when he's not wearing sunglasses.◊ And whenever I come across one, I have to go to my bunk for a while.
    • The Edge is an adorably sweet and humble man but something possesses him when he plays the main riff of Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me. I'm not one for guitar porn but that riff just does things for me.
  • "She tied you to the kitchen chair, she broke your bones and she cut your hair". Yep, that's "Hallelujah", the UK 2008 Christmas Number One, Number Two and Number Thirty.
    • "Remember when I moved in you/The holy dark was moving too..." Arguably subverted, though, since the Rufus Wainwright version is too romantic and too sad to be that fetishy to this troper. Moving, yes; squiggly feelings, no.
    • Speaking of Leonard Cohen, his absence from this page is baffling. The man has a voice of velvet-on-gravel, and mixes his sex and religion metaphors. There's "Suzanne", with its seduction and deification of the woman ("for you've touched her perfect body with your mind"), there's "Everybody Knows", about infidelity, among other things ("there were so many people you just had to meet without your clothes"), and the gorgeous "A Thousand Kisses Deep", which has this troper's most melt-worthy line ever ("Confined to sex, we pressed against the limits of the sea ... and then consented to be wrecked").
  • Quite a few Goldfrapp songs do it for this troper, in particular Train. The music video is not very subtle, to say the least. (Pretty NSFW.)
    • Goldfrapp's "Strict Machine" was inspired by a laboratory experiment in which rats had their pleasure centers electrically stimulated in response to following commands - an idea that is both very ew and very ooh.
  • This was pretty much the entire point of Lovage. It worked perfectly. I dare you to watch Mike Patton◊ and Jennifer Charles on stage together and not feel all tingly.
  • This troper's sexual awakening came at the tender age of six when watching the video for Don't Let's Start by They Might Be Giants. Specifically, the part when the camera finds its way up between John Linnell's legs. ... I'm sorry, I ... have to ... go away from here now.
    • The man's got it in person, too. Is there even a name for having a thing for skinny, geeky, floppy-haired guys with slightly wonky teeth? Because, yeah. (Really. Have you looked at David Tennant's teeth?)
    • Actually, for that matter, They Might Be Giants , They Might Be Giants, They Might Be Giants! BOTH are walking, talking, gloriously singing poster children for the Fetish Fuel Station Attendant page in This Troper's mind. Get your hands on a copy of Gigantic, sit back and let wave upon wave of Fetish Fuel glee wash over you... Every time John Linnell smiles and means it. Nerd Glasses. Accordion playing. Clips of John Flansburgh sleeping under a desk (with handpillows!). More awkwardly exchanged Ho Yay than you can shake a stick at. And— JOY FARM VIDEOS. JESUS. JOHN FLANSBURGH IS A MUSCLEY, SWEATY SEX GOD IN A DRENCHED WHITE TEE SHIRT. I gotta go lay down. And by lay down, I mean cry pitifully and wait for the new tour schedule to come out.
  • Queen.
    • There's the video for "I Want To Break Free," in which Roger Taylor makes a very pretty school girl.
    • Did you guys forget "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", where Freddy Mercury shakes his ass and is sexily felt up by several models?
    • The Show Must Go On.
    • There is way more we could list here! First off, Freddie was veeery attractive during the seventies when he had long hair, which especially shows in the music video for Bohemian Rhapsody. The unitards he wore, too. And the fact that his voice at the time was young and in very good condition, sounding slightly feminine and sweet....there are the obvious fetish fuel songs, like "Get Down, Make Love" and "Let Me Entertain You", but some unexpectedly sexy numbers where he emits strange moans, like at various points in "Liar" (including the last two vocalizations heard in the song), "You're My Best Friend", and others.
  • Michael Hutchence (RIP) from INXS looked VERY fine when wearing his tight shirts. And even better when NOT wearing them.
  • Though mostly funny, Edguy's music video for "All the Clowns": Tobias Sammet ducktaped to a chair does it for This Troper. Tobi with a clown nose not so much, but Rule Thirty Six ...
  • The classic house song Break 4 Love by raze has some...interesting sound effects.
  • "Of Wolf And Man" by Metallica. The first time this troper heard that song was when a friend popped the 'S&M' tour DVD in. She developed a serious Werewolf and hunt/chase/capture fetish off of that little performance.
    • Oh, jeez, yes in so many ways.
  • Anyone see the video for Kick the Bass by Julien-K? Lots of beautiful women in lingerie and masquerade masks fawning all over guys, mostly in masks, making out with them, etc., as a guy in a military uniform and a veiled woman (who are actually ChesterBennington and his wife) look on, giving directions to the women. One band member disappeares with a girl, one appears to be falling asleep as the women whisper in his ear, then one of the girls slips the lead singer a blue pill via kiss, he finds one of the band members dead and bloody in a bathtub, the girls eat eyeballs, a half-naked guy is getting his blood drank on a bed, and a girl sneaks up behind the vocalist with what looks like a velvet hood and takes him down. And this is the clean version. The "full" version had to be hosted on Playboy.
  • The video for "Hard Rock Hallelujah" by Lordi has a hoarde of zombie cheerleaders led by a super cute, vaguely Asian teenybopper-metal-girl. And I can't possibly be the only one who wouldn't say no to a roll in the hay with Mr. Lordi ...can I?
    • He's only the second musician I would gladly sell my soul to sleep with.
  • Mike Patton. Just in general, Mike Patton. In addition to Lovage (an album devoted entirely to sex) we have him being rained on in the video for Epic, being splattered with paint in the video for Falling To Pieces. In the video for A Small Victory he appears to be trapped under, I don't know, antlers or something on a table (causing early stirrings of bondage fantasies for this troper) and later he's covered in what appears to be chalk. I've been driven to orgasm by his voice alone. He used to perform with Mr. Bungle wearing bondage masks, and sometimes wears police uniforms while performing with Tomahawk. The man speaks fluent Italian and has performed songs in Spanish and Portugese. And if you ever want to have a good time, just read the lyrics to A Perfect Twist sometime. I could go on...
    • This troper isn't even attracted to him by sexual preference, but must note the sheer focused intensity he puts into his live and studio performances is arousing on the level of the appreciation of fine talent.
  • The Suede video for their song "Stay Together" has lead Singer Brett Anderson gagged with tape, and their music video for "Animal Nitrate" has people dancing in animal-print underwear with their faces painted like leopards. Definitely fetish fuel for some people out there.
  • This troper finds Kaya's music to be some of the sexiest stuff on earth, and that's just listening to it. The crowning piece, though, would have to be Rose Jail. You'll have to see it live to get what I mean.
  • Dorky-cute boys in varying degrees of shirtlessness! Three of them! In bed together! Snuggling! Can we talk about the video to Ben Folds Five's Kate now? Darren (on the left) looks awfully cuddly, but this troper, ah, prefers to watch.
  • Even Blue October seems to cater to the bondage/S&M crowd with "Drilled A Wire Through My Cheek": 'I try to stay on top of you/to hold your body down', 'I use a wallet for your mouth/so when you bite you will not bleed' and 'So drill it/so drill it/so hard I feel it', among other examples. Of course, this troper is fairly sure that's actually not what Justin Furstenfeld is singing about.
  • Lady GaGa. Just...Lady GaGa.
    • Beautiful and marvellously eccentric. This troper fell for her on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, when she had a beautifully decorated cup and saucer which she brought out with her for the interview, and was incredibly demure, stating that her dress was made from post-its and then went onto say that she had 'a donkey dick'. That would be this troper falling off her chair.
    • The video for Paparazzi is full from start to finish of everything that makes this troper tingle. Tight, revealing outfits, medical implements, gorgeous women posing like they're dead, even the round sunglasses to a degree.
      • For this troper, the breathy way she said "I just killed my boyfriend" made her stomach feel all funny.
    • In the "Just Dance" video, the number of times she has the cord to that microphone wrapped around her neck... Oh yes.
    • She doesn't like to wear pants. Enough said.
      • Figures that the only time she does (in "Alejandro"), she looks fantastic, whether it's the machine-gun bra or with the normal shirt on.
    • The new video for Telephone is about 10 minutes of fetish fuel and features Beyonce. The video for Teeth directed by Sergio Ceron is five seconds away from actual pornography. Lady Gaga knows what she's doing in her videos.
    • While the Fetish Fuel factor of "Alejandro" is a lot more Your Mileage May Vary, the guy in the fishnets fills them out well indeed.
    • Also, those guys writhing around on the beds looked exceptionally good in heels.
      • In the actual song; "You know that I love you, boy/Hot like Mexico, rejoice". I can't explain why they make me feel nice, dammit.
    • As utterly bizarre as the "Born This Way" video was, seeing Lady Gaga with the giant 80's ponytail and the skull makeup, in the suit and bow tie... Guh. I am a sick, sick person.
  • Two lines from the Eagles's "Hotel California": "They stab it with their steely knives/But they just can't kill the beast." AND "You can check out any time you like/But you can't ever leave." I have no idea why I find those two lines sexy (I know some people consider them Nightmare Fuel), but I do. Then again, the tune is pretty sexy...
    • The intro to that song is quite possibly the hottest thing ever written for guitar.
  • Hard 'N Phirm really get into it when they perform "El Corazon" live. Hardwick even appears to be humping the air... Nyarr...
  • "Dead Girls" by Voltaire is possibly the sexiest song about necrophilia I have ever heard. That is, the only sexy song about necrophilia I have ever heard— other than possibly "Cemetery" by the Headstones. In the former, it has to be the disturbing vulnerability shown— and in the latter, it has to be the almost violent aggressiveness. Compare and contrast "Have you ever tasted love like this/cool and smooth/have you ever been accepted unconditionally? Have you ever loved someone who didn't hurt you, didn't harm you..." and "it's the other side, another place/I like it here, no accounting for taste/ can't think of nothing when I'm with her/but the wind and the rain and the cemetery dirt". And— oh, God, now I've got some motivation to write some very wrong slash. (Possibly non-con. Especially if it's non-con.)
    • Voltaire himself is fetish fuel for this troper. That voice, those eyes, the fact that he's a Trekkie... rowr.
    • "When You're Evil". You know what they say about evil, don't you?
      • This Troper has been to a Voltaire concert. When he got to the line in that song "No one loves you when you're evil" someone in the audience called out "Bullshit!" This Troper's only regret is not thinking of it first. Then again, people who think Evil Is Sexy are probably a dime a dozen at a goth club.
      • This troper has witnessed some very fetish-fuel-worthy behaviour by Mr. Voltaire at his live shows, especially during that song. Pretending to deep-throat the mic, becoming very, ahem, enthusiastic during the chorus, where he instructed the audience to chant "he's evil" after "it's so easy when you're evil..."
    • He hits this Tropers languagekink very nicely, with the Spanish rendtion of the chorus at the very end of "Day of the Dead" and the short-but-very-sweet "Ringo no Uta."
    • He piqued my interest in role reversal fantasies with No. 1 Fan. Never have I heard a song so accurately portray fangirl achings.
    • This troper used to think that she didn't have a vore fetish. Then She kept listening to songs like "Cannibal Buffet" where Voltaire sounds so nonchalant to downright excited about being eaten, and "Brains!" where he's seducing the listener to fetch their friends and family and neighbors so he can eat their brains ... yeah. That was probably this troper's "start of darkness" down the path of vore fetishism, wasn't it? He just makes the whole process sound so sexy!
  • Any of the parts in the video for Love Sex and Magic with Justin Timberlake and Ciara grinding on each other. Oh my. And then any time that he starts touching her lips, or grabbing her necklace, and then when she does that back-bend over him. This troper just gets hot and bothered thinking about it.
  • Pretty much any video Devo has ever made. Lots of robot imagery and people behaving like monkeys.
    • The video for "Jocko Homo" (from In The Beginning Was The End: The Truth About De-evolution) has guys flailing around in what look like full-body condoms, while an audience dressed as med students cheer them on. Also, Mark's dancing deserves mention.
      • "Secret Agent Man" (from the same video) has various cut-away shots of Fetish Fuel, including men in diapers wearing chimpanzee masks spanking someone in a child mask.
    • As already mentioned, the video for "Whip It" needs no introduction. Apparently Jerry Casale got the idea for this video from an old magazine article describing a professional bull-whip artist who would entertain his guests by whipping the velcro outfits that his wife sewed off of her body in the corral. The idea was too ridiculous to pass up.
      • "Oh That Alan!" indeed.
    • "Freedom of Choice": Mark is dressed up as a dog on a leash, while the other two members in that shot are in skimpy Roman garb. Make what you will of it.
    • "Love Without Anger" has two specific ones: Fully grown adults dressed as chickens acting out a love story (including one shot of the angry hen chasing the other with a pair of scissors and another where she ties him up blindfolded on a chair and knocks it over); also there is a stop-motion sequence of Barbie and Ken dolls tearing each others limbs off then making up afterward. Enough said.
    • "Time Out For Fun": More BSDM. Just watch as a scary-faced Mark Mothersbaugh gives the girl an injection from a painful looking needle, the same girl pulling on Bob 1's ear with salad spoons, then riding a humiliated Bob 2 who is wearing some kind of ball gag.
    • "That's Good": Five words - Hot Donut on French Fry Action. Interspersed with a shot of a girl taking pleasure (and frustration) to drive home the point. According to Jerry, MTV banned it due to the combination of those shots.
    • "Peek-A-Boo": For all you clown lovers out there.
  • Something sexual in "How Does It Feel?" by D'Angelo? The hell you say!
  • Two words: Kylie Minogue.
    • According to one of those VH1 Pop-Up Video things, she isn't wearing underwear in the one of the scenes in the "Can't Get You Out of My head" music vide.
  • Destination Calabria. Sexiest video ever.
  • Finding out Till Lindemann of Rammstein was a licensed pyrotechnician gave me a fire fetish.
    • The video for "Mein Teil" is both Nightmare Fuel and Fetish Fuel in the most delicious way possible.
      • On that subject, Till wearing a collar. Yes, please.
    • The 1998 video for "Du riechst so gut" is both creepy and disturbingly sexy. There's a masked ball, a wet kiss in the rain, a man in the tattered dress, and I'm sure that somebody out there has a werewolf fetish that was fueled by that video.
    • Pussy is Rule34 personified. There. I said it.
  • Half the music this troper has heard from the band Morgan gets to him from the mere beat, somehow. And when the singer actually starts singing... Yow. ("The King" is the worst of them for it.) The music of "Miss Murderess" by Macbeth also gets to this troper, but given how unsexy he finds violence, once the singing starts up, his sex drive is horribly, horribly confused.
  • Peaches' music video for "Downtown". Damn. Whether she's being masculine or super-feminine (in that hot red dress), it's always alluring.
    • "Fuck the Pain Away" never fails to make this troper feel...excited. Hell, all of her music is basically fetish fuel.
  • Calvin Harris's video for "I'm Not Alone". My feminist side hates me for it but I can't resist the temptation of hot women chained up in cages. Bugger.
  • This troper is amazed that there has been no mention of the song Detachable Penis, which is about a guy who has a detachable penis but ends up losing it before finally finding it again in a shop's window.
  • Mmm, Scissor Sisters. Jake Shears' voice (specifically in Laura and It Can't Come Quickly Enough) make this troper very happy. Very. Also the singer of Kings of Leon...also Matt Bellamy...also Jeff Buckley...should I stop?
  • I know some people find Moby's video for Beautiful (which features fursuiting and a swinger's party) to be rather fetishy, and would not be surprised if it's another example of One Man's Fetish Fuel is Another Man's Nightmare Fuel as well.
  • Eugene Hutz of Gogol Bordello. I don't know if it's his impressive moustache, his boundless energy, his attention-getting fashion sense, his earring and gold tooth or just the fact that he's Eastern European, but damn what I wouldn't give for an evening with him...
    • Gogol Bordello's first album includes a song called God-Like where he and a woman (I don't know who she is, but her voice is quite sultry) essentialy have vocal sex for all to hear.
    • This troper has developed an intense fixation on Eugene Hutz's back. The Live From Axis Mundi DVD has a shot of him from behind and his back is just this smooth, sweaty, glorious canvas. I actually wrote a story about running my hand down that back.
    • This troper and her little sister have major love for those striped pants. And his mannerisms in general in that (and every other) music video. Not to mention the whole mayhem theme...this troper doesn't know if there's a name for having a fetish for light-hearted chaos, but she knows she's very, very guilty of it.
  • Siouxsie And The Banshee did a cover of The Jungle Book's 'Trust In Me', fetishizing the already heavy mind-control theme of the song a hundred fold with the rolling harp-like sound, and the husky voice.
  • Okay, so I've been Entry Pimping Janelle Monae all over today, but she deserves to be mentioned for the video for "Many Moons". A gorgeous android in a sharp white suit who performs in a kick-ass vocal, peppered with breathy moans? Yes.
  • Regina Spektor's song "Fidelity"...I cannot be the only person who heard an orgasm there.
    • Though not 'fetish', Ms. Spektor herself is remarkably hot. Just look at those cheekbones, fer cryin' out loud.
      • And the red hair. And the blue eyes. And even though she doesn't flaunt it, she's got a pair of Tsar Bombas hiding under those quirky dresses. She's half adorable, half smoking hot.
      • Oh yes, I agree with that last one. Finding out the little Russian Cloud Cuckoo Lander was stacked did nothing to dissuade the PSL I harbor for Regina Spektor.
    • And the video for "Us", just watching her with that gorgeous mouth and the beer bottle.
    • This is a bit niche, but the way she hits a chair with a drumstick to perform the percussion on Poor Little Rich Boy...
      • Not niche at all, in this (female) troper's opinion.
  • Bond's "Duel". Four women playing string instruments. Just...mm.
    • And there was something impossibly hot about the video for "Explosive". An all-female quartet of revolutionary musicians, with the wind blowing through their hair, sexy Latin ballroom and tango in hidden dance halls... Yum.
  • The cover of Trina's album "Diamond Princess". She's wearing a white Fur Bikini, and it looks as though she's just wearing the top part. Honestly, it didn't even matter to me what's on the album after seeing that.
  • Of all things, Such A Groovy Guy by Weird Al Yankovic. Weird Al is not my idea of Fetish Fuel normally, but the song contains the line "Maybe next I'll decide to tie you up with dental floss, I'll make you wear a harness and I'll show you who's the boss." I had to rewind the tape the first time I heard that song just be sure I'd actually heard what I thought I'd heard.
    • This troper finds his music video for The Saga Begins, where he's dressed as a Jedi, to be incredibly adorable. Gah.
    • Weird Al is the EMBODIMENT of Adorkable, Hot Dad, and Nerds are Sexy. He has a great sense of humor and is a really nice person in real life.
    • "Wanna B Ur Lovr turns me on. No, not because of the stupid pick up lines, but the Beck style of it and  crooning vocals. It's even BETTER live as he goes over the top with it, leisure suit, ponytail and everything and interacts with the audience. Hence why this troper was so pissed when she realized that her and her family would be sitting in balcony seats as opposed to the front row a few nights ago on his Mandatory Fun tour. 
    • THIS  picture of him in a magazine interview. Shirtless + Wet Hair = Heavy Blushing
    • When he wears his hair in a ponytail  of some sort. It's a rare but welcome thing.
    • This is more of a YMMV/subversion of Fetish Fuel, but the interview with Jessica Simpson where he discusses tying her up and covering her in cheese. 
    • Any picture of him with a Kubric Stare. This is more of personal thing as I've always gotten my jollies off of Kubric Stares. Or an Interesting Eyebrow. Again, personal Fetish Fuel for troper. 
    • And the Fat video for fat/inflation fetishes. 
  • This video by Interpol is what makes this troper an official Nightmare Fetishist. Mmmm...Uncanny Valley Shota Con...
    • Interpol in general, but more specifically, Carlos Dengler. He's rumored to have had pretty much half the female population of New York, and this normally-straight troper probably wouldn't mind spending a night with him...
  • This troper wonders why Boy George is not yet on this list. That make up back in the eighties? He wore full-on lipstick! And eyeliner! And a tophat! Rawr! Of course, this troper's of the wrong gender to appeal to him, but he wears the wrong kind of make up nowadays...
  • Ever since Angela Gossow joined the band, Arch Enemy has been drifting in this direction. It kind of reaches critical mass with the video for "I Will Live Again", though.
  • Without a doubt, there were people turned on by the orgasmic sounds at the end of "Revolution 1" by The Beatles. And while we're on the topic of songs from The White Album, much of the lyrics of "Happiness is a Warm Gun"...I'll leave that to interpretation.
    • The "let's just goof around in an empty field while Can't Buy Me Love is played in the background" scene from A Hard Day's Night. Stir in the sped up footage (resulting from a defective camera) and just add obsessed fangirls...who would pretty much orgasm at the sight of the Fab Four anyway.
    • Back to the White Album, "Savoy Truffle", while technically (and originally) about candy, is incredibly sexy.
    • Even as a wee lass, there seemed to be something 'naughty' about the song A Hard Day's Night, like you could hear the eyebrow waggle when they sang "I know the things that you do will make me feel alright"
    • This troper has discovered the amazing seductive power that is Paul on "The Night Before." Oh. My. God. Almost as great as "Any Time At All" 's switch from John to Paul to John singing the title lyrics. Why is that a turn-on, I'll never know.
    • On the topic of Beatles, George's solo song, "Dark Horse"? Most people might not like it, but this troper... oh boy... The raspy voice is SEXXXXXXXY. Not going to even lie for one second.
    • "Twist and Shout"? God says that they recorded it at the end of a day-long recording session and John had a sour throat so he stripped off his shirt and tie, gargled some milk and sang it shirtless. UNF. Plus the scream in the middle. Mmm.
    • If you think about it, the shaking the hair and "Ooooooh!"ing was Fetish Fuel for a whole generation of girls in the Sixties (and this Troper, who was born in the Nineties.)
  • Nothing about Vocaloid songs yet? Despite the fact that my mind keeps obsessing over the fact that Cantarella was actually a poison, and the fact that it's got uncomfortable non-con overtones, this troper gets squiggly feelings from the entire sequence of songs. Including Shotarella, much to my shame.
    • Under The Darkness - lots of Selfcest undertones, the sheer possessiveness of Kaito in Uta ga UNINSTALL (if you like Yandere), or you know how stupidly loyal Kaito is in Thousand-Year Solo, My Master, or Naked Meltdown.
      • Under the Darkness isn't a Vocaloid song; it's actually the opening for a yaoi game called Kichiku Megane...
    • There are so many fetishes being covered in Vocaloid and UTAU that I don't even know where to start.
    • Kaito in the original PV of his duet with Hatsune Miku "Cendrillon". No, not just the part which Miku unbuttons Kaito's shirt, but even from where Kaito frowns gives a weird feeling.
  • Oops (Oh My) by Tweet & Missy Eliot. According to the lyrics, she's either having a sex dream, being controlled by a horny telekinetic, hypnotized, raped by a ghost, her stigmatic twin is having sex with someone, some's doing really sick things to a voodoo doll, or other possibilities I haven't even thought of. Take your pick.
    • I think you're taking the wrong parts literally. The situation sounds much less supernatural to me: she comes home from a party feeling good (whether the mood is pharmaceutically enhanced or not), and has sex; either with another woman, or with herself while looking in a mirror. Either way, she feels weird about being attracted to a "reflection of myself" that "felt just like" her body.
  • Red Jumpsuit Apparatus' video to Face Down. Mmm... girl in dress shirt and tie...
  • For this troper, Silversun Pickups, Sick Puppies, Kittie, My Dying Bride, or pretty much any modern band featuring a woman on bass.
  • Sara Bareilles' "Love Songs". So somewhere, there's a guy who has a tiny Sara in a box? Someone has to like that. This troper found it more cute than hot, especially that bit where she dances with the nickel. Aww.
  • For a touch of irony, Epica's "Fools of Damnation" — part of an overall sequence condemning organized religion — could drive this troper to his knees before Simone Simons, the lead female vocalist, especially as she's singing the refrain. It casts her as an semi-divine figure reveling in and mocking someone's unthinking worship and submission to her will, calling them a fool to their face. If I wasn't submissive before, I am now. Damn.
  • The entire Nine Inch Nails discography. "Bow down before the one you serve, you're going to get what you deserve." Damn.
    • Does it get any more transparent than a single entendre? If so, give some love to the Collector. Read the lyrics sometime.
    • Something about the song "Sin" does it for this troper...
    • And if you're into this sort of thing, the video for Happinessin Slavery features a man being tortured.
    • Would mentioning "Closer" be redundant?
  • "Dip It Low". Christina Milian as an exotic, erotic dancer being covered in black paint and then being used as a living paintbrush.
  • "Golem" by One Ring Zero does it for this troper. It's the voice...
  • Not sure if it belongs here or Film, but this troper finds Bono's cover of "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" from Across The Universe strangely erotic. Maybe it's Bono's sexy voice, maybe it's because it plays over the closing credits (where the main characters are making out nude, underwater), probably it's both.
  • Dream Theater's "Forsaken" is pretty much tailor-made for anyone with a vampire fetish.
  • For a song about drugs (I think), "I've Got Friends" by Manchester Orchestra has some intense sexual energy. "...in all the right places," indeed.
  • Due to where I first heard it, this troper cannot connect Liz Phair's song "Why Can't I?" with anything but Yuri. I listen to it rather frequently.
  • After seeing the song listed as High Octane Nightmare Fuel, This Troper is slightly ashamed to admit that A Little Piece of Heaven by Avenged Sevenfold gets her off. She thinks it's a combination of the singer's voice, the sadistic relationship, and the adorable female zombie. Yes, This Troper has issues.
    • This Troper would also like to add that, even though she is female, the live video for Avenged Sevenfold's "Scream" is one helluva video and it makes her tingly. This Troper would also, again, like to add that if those women don't get healthy men off, then they are clearly not heterosexual.
  • This Twentysomething troper didn't care about The Jonas Brothers either way until learning of their purity rings. Their vows of chastity, for me at least, can't help but make one think of corrupting them and taking their rings as trophies... yeah, this troper is going to Hell, isn't she?
    • That's exactly what Russell Brand (this British comedian) said on the Comedy Central special "Russell Brand: Live in New York".
  • And you're down on your knees/It's too late/Oh, don't come crawling/And you lie by my feet/What a big mistake!/I see you falling. Thank you, Natalie Imbruglia, for making me realise where my love of toppy, angry women came from.
  • Sohodolls. Their video for Stripper was pretty hot. Even if you ignore the video and the lyrics, the guitar and the way that she sings is already very sexy.
    • "The Rest for the Wicked" for this troper.
    • "Bang Bang Bang Bang"
    • But you can't forget 'My Vampire.'
  • This troper already has a fetish for female instrumentalists, but KT Tunstall on the cover of Drastic Fantastic may have given him a tiny one for legs as well. Look it up. It's a good thing.
  • Cobra Starship's "I Kissed A Boy" (yes, it's a Katy Perry parody.) It's not just the fact that, well, any Yaoi Fangirl doesn't need to look past the title; the whole subversive, jaded, cynical tone to the song is a huge turn-on to this troper. "No you don't even know my name/That doesn't matter/Don't even front, you've got no game/You're just a sucker... Me and my bros that's how we roll/You ne-ver know how far we'll go/I'll grab some chump that I don't know/And plant one/Right on him/You're on-ly here for our a-muu-uu-uuse-ment..."
  • For this troper it's "Kissy Kissy" by the Kills, "Violent" by Stars, and Evanescence's cover of "Heart Shaped Box."
  • This troper is currently watching the music video for a rather average song by Biffy Clyro called 'The Captain'. Song's not great, but the video has: Sexy young men dressed up as pirates/sailors; a dark haired, slender but muscular pretty young man wearing eyeliner, with tattoos, tied up and being whipped in front of a whole ship of men. This troper will be in her bunk.
  • ...The Protomen. That is all. * hides*
    • Thank god I'm not the only one! Proto vs. Mega in "Sons of Fate" was crazy hot, and I don't even know why. It would be gay robot incest - so many levels of wrong.
    • Every single line Dr. Wily sings. Period.
    • Two words: Turbo Lover. Just listen to the audience during a performance of "The Hounds." They FREAK OUT. Screaming women, dancing men, lucky people punching the air after getting their hats stolen by Turbo Lover ...
    • The sheer enthusiasm and flailing the band exhibits when playing brings to mind how unrestrained and exhuberent they could be in ... other activities. Raul Panther is especially guilty of this. Watch him play a keyboard: your knees will go weak and you may lose your virginity.
    • Am I the only one who finds the weird fiddly waily thing Turbo Lover does with his mic to Sir Robert Bakker's guitar during "The Hounds" strangely erotic?
    • Raul Panther quoting Ming the Merciless during their cover of Flash by Queen . Complete with evil laughter. He can "play with" me as long as he likes! Gah, Southern drawl ... *swoons*
  • Maroon 5. Exhibit A, "This Love":I tried my best to feed her appetiteKeep her coming every nightSo hard to keep her satisfied.
    • And "Shiver," ohmigod, "Shiver". The song is kinky enough as it is ("there may not / be another way to your heart / so I guess I'd better find a new way in"), but the way he sings it just does ALL sorts of tingly things.
  • Emilie Autumn combines a ridiculous amount into one beautiful female package. Seriously, any given photo of her WILL contain a kink. Or ten.
    • This troper finds a lot of the fetish fuel stuff about her subjective, since she doesn't exactly seem to be pleased by being seen as a lust object. But the delicate Victorian-ish accompaniments to songs that are just brutally sarcastic and cynical and broken and jaded make her inexplicably some kind of Bad Ass Iron Woobie. (Also, her voice while reading poems on Opheliac is incredibly charming. Also, the whole asylum-for-wayward-girls thing makes this (female! asexual! Hell, this female, asexual, mentally ill) troper get squiggles.
    • How did the Crumpets not get mentioned yet? They are Fetish Fuel personified.
  • The Project Hate MCMXCIX with Jonna Enckell... She can turn from vulnerable and desperate to dominating and sexy in the span of three seconds, and WOW does it turn me on. When she belts out "Keel down before me, Lust is the flame you'll suffer. " I really want to kneel down. Also helps that she's gorgeous.
  • Enigma's first album (and This Troper's first CD), but especially the French lyrics in "Sadeness" and "Mea Culpa", much of which meditates on sexual submission:
    • From "Sadeness": "Sade, dis-moi - est-ce que tu es diabolique, ou divin?" - Sade, tell me — are you demonic... or divine?
    • Several from "Mea Culpa":
      • "Je ne dors plus/ je te desire/ prends-moi, je suis a toi, mea culpa" - I don't sleep anymore... I want you... take me, I am yours, my fault
      • "Je suis là , et ailleurs/ je veux tout/ quand tu veux, comme tu veux" - I am there, I am anywhere, I want it all, when you want it, how you want it
  • For any girls who get off on being objectified, a lot of Hollywood Undead songs could fall here, especially "Bitches" and "No 5".
    • 3OH3's "Don't Trust Me" as well.
  • Skye Sweetnam's music video for "Music Is My Boyfriend", off of her second album, Sound Soldier, which she directed, shot, starred in and edited herself. By far her sexiest music video to date, even if it is rather tame compared to what other female pop/rock artists have done. Everything about this music video is sexy, from the song itself, which sounds totally unlike anything she has ever done before or since, to the outfits she wears throughout the video. There's the cute short black dress she wears when she plays the psychologist which shows off her legs, the long dress shirt with a tie and two pairs of skirts one underneath the other she wears when she plays herself that also shows off most of her legs, the tanktop and shorts she wears when she enters her brain and of course, the top and skirt she wears in the bathtub scenes. The fact that she is wearing clothes while taking a bath is slightly disappointing, but she is still wet from head to toe AND there are plenty of choice shots of her cleavage that make up for it. Even the dress she wears on her "date" with "music" is quite nice to look at. It doesn't reveal any skin, but her pink bra peaks out of her dress several times, and anytime Skye's undergarments are shown, this troper smiles. There's also the scenes in that "black hole"-like thing where she's apparently removing an article of clothing every few seconds, yet she stops when she gets to her tanktop and two pairs of skirts one underneath the other. On the bright side, not only is she wearing a tanktop and two skirts, but she's also wearing a push up bra underneath the tanktop, which is quite obvious when you watch the video. The fact that she jumps up and down while wearing a tanktop, two pairs of skirts and a push up bra only makes the scenes better.
    • Then, there's the music video for Skye's version of "(Let's Get Movin') Into Action", which was professionally directed, shot, edited and produced. After the title card shows up on screen, the very first thing that we see is a close-up shot of Skye's chest as she's zipping up her outfit. It is then revealed that Skye's outfit is a skin tight leather catsuit. The premise of the video is that Skye is a spy and she is leading a team into an upper class garden party in order to crash it. Notably, only Skye wears a leather catsuit. The rest of her team (made up of other twentysomething male and females) wear baggy black jumpsuits. Skye spends half of the video basically dancing and jumping around while wearing a leather catsuit, providing you, the viewer, with several shots of her leather covered wonderful rear end. None of them are close-up shots, but close enough to satisfy this troper. Sadly, towards the end of the video, she removes the leather catsuit to reveal a kind-of-sexy-but-not-really yellow dress. Skye wearing the leather catsuit throughout the whole music video would have suffice just fine, thank you very much!
      • The leather catsuit made it's much anticipated return in this video Skye uploaded onto YouTube, where Skye wore the same leather catsuit from the "(Let's Get Movin') Into Action" music video at the auto mechanic she went to to go pick up her car. She also wore the same leather catsuit again for a photoshoot that she did for her new MySpace layout.
    • Skye also directed, shot, starred in and edited the music video for her song, "Babydoll Gone Wrong", also off of her second album, Sound Soldier. The premise of the music video is that Skye is a doll come to life. In one scene, the camera does close-up shots of several body parts of the "Skye Doll", including a close-up shot of Skye's breasts (she was wearing a short tight pink dress with a leopard print top over them, though) and then one of her legs. Needless to say, this troper has rewatched that scene many times in high quality on You Tube! The bigger screen You Tube videos now have makes that scene a thousand times better!
      • The fact that Skye wears a short tight pink dress with a leopard print top over it in the "Babydoll Gone Wrong" music video is also great. Particulary for the several shots of her cleavage and shots of her legs that it provides.
    • Really, alot of the videos that Skye uploads on You Tube count. Anytime she wears booty shorts, such as here and here. Anytime she wears tight jeans, such as here, here, here and here. The video of her at a Florida beach wearing a 1950's-style bathing suit. The video she made showing off her Treasure Troll Doll Halloween costume (ignore the ugly prosthetic nose and concentrate on the fact that she's barely wearing ANYTHING at all. And that her breasts are about to pop out of that tubetop.). The video where she mentioned what kind of underwear she wears. Any video which contain shots of her rear end, such as this one, and this one, and this one, and this one and this one. Basically, any video in which Skye wears anything other than T-shirts and tights is a video worth watching.
  • How the hell is Joan Jett not here? She has an album of these that is CALLED Fetish.
    • Joan Jett in 1983? Kinda hot◊. Joan Jett in 2007? EXACTLY AS HOT◊. I know she's not into men, but I've never been able to resist a bad girl with a guitar, and I can lay the blame for that at the door of her I Love Rock'n'Roll video.
  • My Bloody Valentine. Massive guitars that sound simultaneously heavy and bright? Breathy, high-pitched angelic female vocals? YES PLEASE.
    • I've never done any drugs in my life, but listening to "Sometimes" makes me want to drop acid and make out with strangers in a cab. So, yes, I concur.
  • Motörhead's video for "Hellraiser" features frontman Lemmy playing poker with Pinhead, the elegant and sadistic Cenobite leader from the Hellraiser franchise, while the other Cenobites have some sort of torture-orgy in the background. There's also a scene in which a metalhead is being held down by the Cenobites and Pinhead pours a white fluid from his goblet onto his face. The fetish gear worn by the Cenobites and the biker gear worn by the members of Motörhead are also very interesting if you're of a certain... bent.
  • They're not even real, and the character in question is fourteen, but... the video for DARE by Gorillaz. No, not the disembodied head. The dancing.
    • One of the interpretations tossed about for that song is that it's about masturbation. Maybe, maybe not, but something about those lyrics always made this troper want to kill kittens.
    • Gorillaz in general. The videos for Dirty Harry and Feel Good Inc.
    • Murdoc, the personification of Fan Disservice, is, in this troper's opinion, way more attractive when he's fully clothed. Maybe because when he's not he gives off an impression of "trying too hard" (along with all the OTHER things wrong with seeing him in his underwear). And that dirty little chuckle at the beginning of the "Clint Eastwood" video is simultaneously Fetish and Nightmare Fuel.
    • What about 2D? Uncanny Valley and Ugly Cute aside, all the time he spends injured or abused by others definitely chimes my hurt-comfort bells...
  • The Raveonettes, both of them, and the vaguely BDSM-ish-plus-fifties aesthetic that they have, make this troper a very happy one indeed.
  • The a capella group Spiralmouth does a cover of Nine Inch Nails's Closer which makes me think that song may actually be about sex after all.
  • Amon Amarth. Keep your pretty boys, I want Vikings!
  • "Aveda" by Hot Hot Heat includes lines such as Hold me down, Aveda/Hold me down, it feels so right which when taken out of context can certainly fit this trope.
    • Also, "Bandages" could definitely appeal to a kegacon (bandage fetishist.)
  • Most Lords Of Acid songs. Hell, even the most narmtastic one, "Stripper", sounds arousing.
  • Cheer Up Charlie Daniels. Neil is so breathy on some of his lines he may be trying to cause this trope.
    • There's a reason why his Protomen codename is Turbo Lover.
  • The Biffy Clyro video for "The Captain", with Simon Neil stripped to the waist, locked in a cage, tied up and whipped. I'm going to my bunk now. I may be some time.
  • Adam Lambert. The entire For Your Entertainment album is more or less liquid sex, but it's the title track that really gets to this troper. "Take the pain, take the pleasure, I'm the master of both", indeed, and when you realize his songs are very much directed at the same sex? Hot damn. I'll be in my bunk.
    • This troper was first introduced to that song in a Master/Doctor fanvid and nearly fainted on the spot. SO. MUCH. SEXY.
    • Then there's Lambert's live performances itself, wayyyyy too many images/You Tubes to link without flooding the page. From kissing his bass player to putting his hand down his pants to singing "20th Century Boy" to swinging his hips/a cane around...this troper wishes she was a he because GOOD GOD DAMN.
      • I FREAKING NEED the "20th Century Boy" link. Please.
  • This troper first saw Aerosmith's "Crazy" video when he was 14. In one scene Liv Tyler takes her shirt off, and instead of a flat stomach, she has a bit of a pooch. And thus was born his belly fetish.
    • The subtext to the song Lor of the Thighs does it for this troper
  • Of course, if we go back just a little bit before pop videos/try and rememeber pub/campfire songs we get "What shall we do with the drunken sailor?" in which you can basically add anything in. But this is more comedy than actual butterflies-in-stomach for most people. (This troper can imagine it sexy though . . .)
    • Reactor's "Feeling the Love". Especially the video. Guys presumably getting ready to be eaten by giggling Asian girls at least 10 times their size, while the lead singer purrs.... DAMN.
  • Reading the above sentence made this troper realize just how weird he is.
  • Blue Monday by New Order has the line "I can and shall obey" for you people into the dom/sub fetish.
    • And just listen to the Orgy cover of the song. This troper prefers it to the original based on the sheer dark sexuality of it alone.
  • Late albums of ALI Project. Especially the music videos, with the variety of costumes and all the stuff, but the songs fit fine, too. Eroguro lyrics + strong voice + femdom + awesome music = instant win. Furthermore, I know that it's purely wrong, but despite Arika's being more than twice as old as this troper is, he finds her very attractive
  • Roxy. Music. There's something about the actual music, rather than the people in the band (except maybe for Mr. Eno when he made an appearance in the early days) that makes this troper feel all squiggly. Possibly to do with that dandyish aesthetic they had going on, or maybe because of the pure weirdness of some of it. I don't even know. The Fanservice-y album covers help, too. Especially "For Your Pleasure".
  • This troper swears that any man with an at-least-decent voice sounds 10 times sexier to her when singing "Don't Stop Believing." Something about the power notes— squiggly feelings all over the place. Maybe there's a reason it's such a popular karaoke song...
  • For a metal song, Garden of Gray by Nevermore delivers. Aside from the vaguely sleazy instrumentals, hearing Warrel Dane describe sex in the words he does with the voice he has can get this male troper in the mood in an instant.
  • No love for Taking Back Sunday's Makedamnsure? It made me think of several ways to "break you down... in the worst way"
  • Several of Danny Elfman's looks fit the bill. This troper is especially thinking of Danny as a tuxedo-wearing Satan in Forbidden Zone and the suspenders/wife beater combo he was fond of wearing in the early days of Oingo Boingo.
  • Anything involving Vanilla Sky. The voices, the faces, the accents and the balls it takes do this.
  • While most people would find them utterly revolting, the lyrics to "Eaten" by Bloodbath would be an extreme masochist or hard vore fetishist's wet dream.
  • Michael Buble's cover of Leonard Cohen's "I'm Your Man". "I'd crawl to you, baby, and I'd fall at your feet; I'd howl at your beauty like a dog in heat"? Ooh.
    • This Troper played that song twenty times in one night because she was so enthralled by the sexiness of it.
  • I blame my love of corsets and bondage cloths on Marilyn Manson.
  • Steve Conte, the voice behind "Call Me, Call Me" from Cowboy Bebop and "Stray" from Wolf's Rain. This troper always goes a bit weak in the knees at "I'm here waiting on the edge / Would I be all right showing myself to you?"
    • And that's not counting his work with the New York Dolls and his solo bands. Dark Desire is this troper's wet dream:"Open your heart and mind / Let your sweetness flow.""You can tell the stars your secrets / I just wanna hear you beg.""Don't you freak out / When you find / It's all the time, it's all the time."
  • Nightwish. Specifically, the female leads. In leather pants. And corsets. While singing either Passion and the Opera or Nymphomaniac Phantasia. Oh gods...
  • Chibi of The Birthday Massacre: what's not to love about an Older Than She Looks Pale Skinned Brunette Perky Goth Genki Girl with Girlish Pigtails who frequently wears school girl or girl scout uniforms and is a self-confessed anime fangirl?
    • And for the ladies, there's Rainbow.
    • And Owen.
  • The voices of both Jim Morrison of The Doors and Janis Joplin, for some strange reason, are major fetish fuel for this troper. Morrison has this strange, mellow sexual ambience of his voice, while Joplin's raw power just screams sexuality. So many The Doors songs are already sexual in nature, and when Janis hits a scream... oh, boy.
    • You should listen to "Back Door Man" and "Crawlin' King Snake" (by the Door) God DAMN.
  • In '93, when this editor was but 15, he accidentally taped Rapination and Kim Mazelle singing "Love me the right way". Specifically, their appearance on Top Of The Pops; the black female singer had huge boobs, was showing off a cleavage you could ski down AND was jumping all over the stage. As if that wasn't enough, near the end of the song she bent over, exposing the full depths and even more of her big round boobs and started bouncing them up and down in front of the audience. The amount of times I watched that one moment, tissue in hand... It started off a love of ginormous breasts (and Breast Expansion, as a side effect) that has lasted to this day.
  • Savlonic's "Tiny Japanese Girl" has lyrics that'll drive anyone with a shrinking woman fetish wild.
  • "Howl" by Florence And The Machine is basically about lusting after someone so hard that you claw them apart. Yummy.
"I drag my teeth across your chest to taste your beating heart"
"This is about when there's that electricity between you, and a boy, and it's completely unspoken. When they're standing in front of you and you can't breathe, can't think, can't do anything properly. I'm really geeky - if I like someone, I just become incapable. I remember with my first boyfriend, walking past the window of a pub, seeing he was in there and literally throwing myself on the ground and crawling on the floor because I was so scared!"
    • That voice, those eyes, those legs; Florence is arguably sexier than Lady Gaga without even trying.
  • "Hey Pretty (Drive-By 2001 Mix) by Poe. Her husky voice was bad enough, but then I saw the video. It wasn't the fact that it was about four minutes of Poe writhing around a car while washing it and having a mudfight with...her...herself? So yeah, obviously the video is Playing To The Fetishes, but what stunned this Troper were the amazing closeups of her eyes. Damn. Oh, and it also has sections of Mark Z. Danielewski reading a sex scene from House Of Leaves.
  • Win Butler, of Arcade Fire, is adorable enough when composed, and he's one of few men who can work a vest. Add the fact that he tends to be extremely sweaty and exhilarated looking at the end of concerts and that makes him one big bowl of Fetish Fuel for this troper.
    • You mention Win Butler and not Regine? That woman is sex appeal made manifest. Her curls alone could launch ships.
  • This troper, upon realizing that they were genderqueer and pansexual, had a lot of lovely new fetishes start popping up, including one for women with very long hair that they'd suppressed since early childhood. (It's also a reflexive fetish, even though I now know I'm not a woman.) Case in point: the photography in the liner notes of Joanna Newsom's Have One On Me which feature her shaking out her hair and then putting it up. DAMN. Doesn't hurt either that she's gorgeous in general, and that album is the one where her voice changes from the adorable Cat Girl-ish meow to full-on Kate Bush-esque sex goddess.
  • No Yeah Yeah Yeahs? Their video for Date With the Night is filled with Fetish Fuel; Karen on the ground and tilting her hips up, messily applying lipstick, licking her hand, holding the mic in her mouth, and, not to mention the song itself.
    • Their song Cold Night is shameless. Black Tongue is pretty hot too.
    • Dragon Queen, off of It's Blitz!
  • This troper is pretty much asexual in real life, but has a thing for vulnerable men. 2D fits the bill nicely, even if he's distinctly Uncanny Valley. Look at that totally heartrending expression he has in "Feel Good Inc". And such a pretty singing voice (even if it sounds nothing like his speaking voice).
  • This troper is a big fan of the song 'You are the Master' by Bif Naked. The chorus of the song itself basically screams D to me.
  • What no love for Tuomas from Nightwish? His Bishonen Wobbieness turned this troper on.Also he seems like a sweet guy.
    'I guess you are the master.I am the dog.I am the dog.Waiting for you to love me.'

plus a few of the other lines

'I can only move the distance of this chain.I'm your loyal bitch, a man's best friend.'
  • Electric Six's 'Infected Girls' made this troper feel funny. Yes, the subject matter is what you would assume from the title.
    • Hell, anything by Electric Six could probably qualify. That band in and of itself is pure fetish fuel.
    • And don't forget their infamous 'Danger High Voltage' video, which is either this or Nightmare Fuel....
  • Ronan Harris' voice. This Troper can't listen to "Cold" (which... sounds like it's about vampire sex, really), in particular, without blushing. (Apparently, angry- and/or desperate-sounding British singers are very much a thing. Suddenly her fixation on Nathan Wallace makes sense...)
    • Also, the desperation in Legion.
  • In the live version of Crimewave by Crystal Castles, Alice Glass. Just, Alice Glass. The blank look on her face, the dark eye makeup, getting on the floor, going crazy on the mic...yeah.
  • Evanescence's "Call Me When You're Sober". The song itself is dangerous sexy, and the video...Amy Lee's dress? Oliver Goodwill caressing her neck? The wolf! Supposedly it's a take off of Little Red Riding Hood. All this troper knows is when Amy looks up from the piano and giggles...cue rethinking of sexuality.
    • This troper admits that everything in that video is sexy: Amy in a dress and high heels, the wolfman, and even the wolves and piano are sexy.
  • The frigging Kills. Unconventionally attractive guy + tiny adorable throaty-voiced girl, playing loud snarly songs about, usually, sex, and then there's the video for "Last Day of Magic"... And their live shows tend to end up with them doing, um, this◊.
  • The last minute or so of David Lee Roth's very 80s "California Girls" video has David dancing down a street that's lined with models in bikinis standing with motionless poses - a gem for fans of freezing and/or mannequins.
  • Martina McBride. The vaguely elvish facial features, the piercing blue eyes, the gorgeous voice, the Some Anvils Need To Be Dropped choice of songs...
  • Jason Mraz and the song "Tonight, Not Again"- though, not the standard recorded version. The live one. Honestly, listen to it, it sounds like the audio eqivalent of an orgasm. It doesn't help that it can be taken either as an Intercourse With You song or a song about A Date With Rosie Palms (although if you're into that sort of thing that migth be even hotter). To quote one You Tube comment, "he just had sex with everyone in that building."
  • This troper has a thing for the A* Teens- all of them. The one moment that really makes me fell funny inside is about a minute and ten seconds into the "Floorfiller" video- there's a closeup of Marie wherein looks playfully to the side. I'll be in my bunk.
  • New country singer Chuck Wicks has managed to take the power of verbal foreplay and put it into a turn-on song.
  • MIA during her performance at the 2009 Grammys. Not only was she nine months pregnant and due to go into labor any minute, she wore an outfit that seemed like a nylon bodysuit with select parts covered in polka dots.
  • This troper gets squiggly feelings from sea shanties. It started as a side effect of her Perverse Sexual Lust for Nation's First Mate Cox (...don't ask), but these days it's just as much about the songs themselves.
  • The Gazett E needs to be mentioned here. A Visual Kei band with very very pretty Japanese boys. One is the Team Mom that can cook, one wears a bandage over his nose, one pulls off Zettai Ryouiki extremely well, one is a Large Ham and the singer is adorable and yet dirty at the same time.
    • In the video for Taion, Ruki is seen as a puppet wrapped in bandages.
  • Poe has lyrics (and a voice) just dripping with innuendo and, well, just watch this.
  • The Pixies tend to cover a lot of different fetishes, but one I noticed a lot was incest. There's at least three cases of brother/sister on their "Best of" album.
  • Every single member of the Arctic Monkeys. Alex Turner's growling vocals on Humbug? Mmmm. Also, his utterly Hoyay relationship with Last Shadow Puppets bandmate Miles Kane.
  • How, HOW has Jimi Hendrix not gotten mentioned yet? If Voodoo Child (Slight Return) isn't one of the sexiest songs ever written...also, just look at the way he played his guitar. Sex. Pure and simple.
  • No power on earth will convince me that Reba McEntire is not a scorching, Fiery Redheaded pile of hotness worth many, many lost hours of sleep. And her Oklahoma twang? I'll be in my bunk.
  • Mindless Self Indulgence, twats! Lyn-Z could melt the fucking sun with her plaid skirts and tattoos and thighs and fishnets and...y'know what, I'll just be in my bunk.
    • Off their new <3 EP, the song "Uncle" has Jimmy begging "Say it!" desperately throughout the entire thing.
    • There is nothing you can do that I have not already done to myself. Unf.
  • Kumi Koda's video for "Taboo". Lyrics with a tangy hint of Les Yay pale in comparison to the video, which positively drips with every flavour of Yay.
  • The Irresponsibles, "Break Me". As The Spoony One notes, he realizes that using it as his theme kind of implies he's a young woman into being abused by her lover...
  • Utada Hikaru - the video for "You Make Me Want To Be A Man" has scenes of Hikaru as a robot girl with exposed components lying broken on the ground, as well as close up shots of her wearing large red coloured contact lenses, making her look supernatural and alluring.
  • Till Lindeman, lead singer of Rammstein. Especially when he's singing "Ich tu dir Weh".
  • I recently introduced my friend to Eels. I forgot about her fetish for Badass Beards....if you've seen any recent pictures of Mark Oliver Everett (aka E), you'll know exactly where this is going.
  • The Great Gig In the Sky by Pink Floyd [2]. Word of mouth is that the band members even told Clare Torry (the original vocalist of this song) to sing as if she was having an orgasm. Shudder
  • Seriously? No John Mayer (as far as I saw) yet? WTH. Oh, that man can sing and shred guitar, and in a turning-on way. "Great Indoors," one of the sexiest things I've heard in my life. No clue why, as it's about an introvert.
  • Taylor Swift. Not in general, but just that one line "She wears short skirts, I wear t-shirts" always creates for this troper a mental image of her wearing a t-shirt instead of a skirt. Damn.
    • How about her live performance of "Should Have Said No" where she drenched herself in water.
  • Ray La Montagne. 'Nuff said.
  • How about Atsushi Sakurai of Buck-Tick? Not only does he have an orgasm-inducing voice, you have songs like Sasayaki which are, essentially, about sex.
  • I'd like to add Emilie Autumn to the list, but I can't think of any specific examples now for some reason (busy day and all).
  • Quite a bit of Nirvana, pretty much whenever Metal Scream or Careful With That Axe gets used.
  • The song "Labyrinth" by the German band Oomph! gives this female Troper squiggly feelings, ESPECIALLY at the bit "Klopf-klopf, lass mich rein/Lass mich dein Geheimnis sein" because that translates into "Knock-knock, let me in/Let me be your secret sin." I'll be in my bunk...
  • The Down With Webster video for "Whoa Is Me". Ignoring the horrible grammar in the title, of course. But somehow, the lead singer performing, all sweaty and angsty...in skinny jeans...daaaayum.
  • This troper doesn't usually think this kinda way about celebrities, but Hayley Williams of Paramore is just so cute. And, while i am ashamed of it, i rather enjoy her 'leaked' picture
  • The House Rules by Christian Kane includes the lyrics "don't touch the women but they can grab a little if they want to" and "share the same bathroom stall." Is Lindsey McDonald inviting me to grope him and possibly get down in a public restroom? ...purrr...
  • Kenneth Nixon, of Framing Hanley. That lip ring, that accent.....
  • 30 Seconds to Mars's video, Hurricane. So kinky, MTV refused to show the uncut version at all.
    • Adding to the 3STM theme, Jared Leto and his tuxedoed doppleganger's faces being deliciously close in the video for 'The Kill'.
    • Jared in the "From Yesterday" video, getting dressed in a samurai outfit. Look away for 5 seconds and you'll miss it, but hot damn...
  • Not usually my kind of thing, but in the video for '16 Military Wives' they dress Jenny in a (rather sensible it must be added) schoolgirl's outfit...
  • Okay, so admittedly the Masochism Tango is supposed to be comedy, but... "Your heart is hard as stone or mahogany, that's why I'm in such exquisite agony" and "Take your cigarette from its holder, and burn your initials in my shoulder, fracture my spine and swear that you're mine, as we dance to the Masochism Tango"? Well, um, wow. Most probably fueling this troper's like of... Intense couples.
  • What? No mention of Led Zeppelin?
  • Pretty sure Adam Lambert enjoys the hell out of fueling his audience's fetishes. I'm not objecting, though I do occasionally feel guilty for perving on someone who against all odds comes across as... innocent? Maybe "unspoiled" is a better word. But my god, the gyrating. And the lyrics. And the switches between sweet and predatory...
  • Flaunt It by TV Rock. "This track's designed to make you cream" indeed!
  • From Nickelback we have:

- Something In Your Mouth. The title says it all. And the line "crafty little lip tricks, tattoos on her left hip" makes this troper's mind run wild.

- Figured You Out. Basically the whole song, especially "I like the way you still say please, while you're looking up at me" and "I love your lack of self respect, while you're passed out on the deck, I love my hands around your neck." *shivers*

- Next Go Round: "I want you naked with your favourite heels on"

- Fight For All The Wrong Reasons: "I got off, every time you got onto me//And I got caught up in favourable slavery." "It's just a little hard to leave when your going down on me, I guess I stuck around so I could watch us fight for all the wrong reasons." Dysfunction is strangely hot.

  • This photo and music video of Taylor Swift. Hot damn. Having highly innappropriate thoughts right now...
  • The video for Thirsty Merc's Mousetrap Heart. Jesus Christ.
  • Contact High~ Basically: ultra-hot, David Bowie lookalike dude with glasses, in a sharp suit, gets fondled by disembodied hands. And it's really, really hot. His reactions range from turned-on to "no, we can't do this," to turned-on again.

- LCD Soundsystem's cover of Harry Nilsson's Jump into the Fire. The way it gets faster and louder as it goes on...and how James Murphy's vocals go more and more out of control, especially the long, wordless wail at the end of every verse...not even that annoying cowbell can kill it for this troper.

  • Electric Light Orchestra's Nobody's Child . God, it personifies my female domination fetish so perfectly. It doesn't help that this troper is attracted to lead singer Jeff Lynne and how he slightly slurs his words in this song. "Painted lady, why you loosinin' my tie/ Painted lady, what's that twinkle in your eye/ Painted lady, you better stay away from me" Keep struggling, Jeff. It's hot.
  • Angelspit. Dear god, Angelspit. This troper doesn't know about you, but she finds DestroyX's singing very, very sexy, especially given what she's singing about. Let's just say she wouldn't mind serving as the filling for the woman's "other other white meat" burrito, okay? (For the uniniated: Angelspit has a cannibalism shtick. There's at least one song involving cannibalism on every album and the one love song they've ever written is also about cannibalism.) It doesn't help DestroyX, despite the sincerity with which she can sing lyrics like "god made me a cannibal to fix problems like you", comes off as incredibly sweet in the interviews posted on YouTube.
    • And for the ladies, there's Zoog.
  • Taylor Swift's new music video, "The Story Of Us." She is dancing around while wearing a schoolgirl outfit. Including a half undone tie with disheveled hair. She's not even trying to be sexy but is still doing it. So much. Particularly at 4:16.
  • This troper is surprised no one has mentioned Joan Osbourne's One of Us. There is something extremely sexual about that song despite the lyrics.
  • Sever from the Canadian rock band Sumo Cyco. She pretty much *embodies* this trope. Don't believe me? Watch her sing in a skintight leather skirt in the music video for "Mercy". Then, watch her play a sexy nurse and then sit in a pot while covering her bare breasts in the music video for "Limp". And then, once you've done that, watch her walk around in a skintight short dress and then be chased by psychotic murderous clowns while wearing a tight tanktop and booty shorts in the music video for "Interceptor". After watching all of that, try to tell me that she does *not* embody this trope. Try to. I dare ya!
  • "Lying is the Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off" by Panic! at the Disco. It has Brendon Urie repeating "I've got more wit, a better kiss, a hotter touch, a better fuck/than any boy you'll ever meet, sweetie you had me." It never fails to make this troper sweat.
  • No mention of the video Flo Rida's Where Them Girls At? Here's the idea: A bubble pumped full of music from David Guetta's DJing and floats across the town. Anytime it pops, the unlucky person it popped on is forced to dance. In the video, it's usually a woman. This leads to a lot of bouncing around and is brilliant for someone with a hypnosis fetish.
  • Speaking of Gainaxing, Meg White, who seems to like drumming without a bra, and has one of the sexiest voices in existence, both singing and speaking.
  • Seriously, no one has mentioned Lifehouse yet? The lyrics are rather tame, but there's just something about the song "First Time" that makes it so....charged.
  • Lacey Sturm is already hot and cute at the same time, but there's something about her in Flyleaf's video for "I'm So Sick" that this female troper finds very... alluring. The dark makeup, her pretty, long, disheveled hair flying all over the place, those sorrowful eyes (looking like she needs a hug), her wonderful voice, acting slightly insane and angry throughout the entire video. I could watch it all day... can I just have her? Please?
  • Some ABBA songs can surprisingly be quite the turn on for people with a mindcontrol fetish:
    • My, my! I tried to hold you back, but you were stronger// Oh yeah! And now it seems my only chance is giving up the fight// But how could I ever refuse?// I feel like I win, when I loose... Waterloo! I was defeated, you won the war// Waterloo! Promise to love you forever more// Waterloo! Couldnt escape if I wanted to// Waterloo! Knowing my fate is to be with you...
  • Black Veil Brides. Enough said.
  • Steam Powered Giraffe. These guys are a goldmine of fetish fuel. Two attractive, Adorkable guys (and one gal) in gorgeous stage makeup playing Ridiculously human steampunk automatons dressed in Awesome Anachronistic Apparel? Yep, that'll do it.  
  • It might be safe to say many a suit and tie fetish was born during this Drew Wright performance of "I'm Ready". Add to that it's a love song? Yum.
  • ASAP Rocky. Theres a reason he's called Pretty Flacko.
  • Katy Perry, just, Katy Perry.
  • Lesley Gore in her original Ed Sullivan appearance looked so sweet and innocent for her medley of "It's My Party" and "She's A Fool". Until the second half of the latter song, that is. She looked downright menacing with those saliva strings dripping off her teeth in that dark lighting. And that was hot. Too bad she's a lesbian.....and we're talking a performance from 50 years ago anyway.
  • Troper now has a thing for form-fitting and arm-revealing gladiator wear thanks to Fall Out Boy's video for "Centuries". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBr7kECsjcQ. Can I get an a-MEN?
  • Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P. back in the 80s dressed and sang like a demon and had legs for days...
  • This video for "Whip It" by LunchMoney Lewis. Something about that roller-skating blonde girl with cute facial expressions, thick thighs and short shorts...

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