VELVET UNDERGROUND VENUS IN FURS.Nobody does kink that can compare with the Germans.
The earliest and possibly many influential track with this list originates from Lou ReedвЂ™s music changing team the Velvet Underground. As had been commonplace for Lou, the track ended up being in front of its time and delved into darker themes compared to the bandвЂ™s many generic psychedelic contemporaries waxing philosophical on bullshit like free love, plants, and lysergic acid inspired epiphanies. Lou kept it genuine and dirty, taking motivation through the 1870 erotic novella of the identical title by Austrian author Leopold von Sacher Masoch whom penned the story loosely according to his or her own obsession with a cruel girl whom frequently wore fur. LouвЂ™s imaginative interpretation associated with the story includes a nod into the recovery power of real punishment for a few using the poignant line, вЂStrike dear mistress, and cure their heart.вЂ™ Shiny leather-based boots, belt lashings, and tongued implements utilized to mark the submissiveвЂ™s skin call up carnal pictures of pure indulgence, covered with swirling, opium laced soundscapes and tambourine desires.
SHE NEEDS REVENGE TEAR YOU ASIDE
The deadpan, monotonous droning of She Wants Revenge singer Justin WarfieldвЂ™s single vocals makes this darkwave party floor anthem notably of a murder ballad that blurs the lines between risk and intercourse in a deliciously creepy fashion. An obsessive crush types neuroses within the lyrical protagonist, who envisions getting the thing of their desire because of the locks and telling her heвЂ™d like to вЂfucking tear her apartвЂ™ in a ambiguous work of violent salacity. The Joaquin Phoenix directed surreal noir clip offers small quality regarding the quality regarding the songвЂ™s true meaning, but possibly sheds light on issues of intimate attack while the madness of the too fixated on getting what they want. (mais…)