Ah yes, it's Valentine's Day again! In honor of this wonderfully romantic holiday (and with tongue planted firmly in cheek) I offer up a list of ten songs not about romance or wining and dining the one you love, but in honor of the act that any redblooded American male hopes to achieve later in the evening.
If you're easily offended by songs about "it," you might want to skip this list. I'm doing the entire thing for a laugh, so I hope everyone takes it in stride. I do believe that there are no dirty words in any of the songs listed, but I'm making no guarantees on that claim.
It's no big shock that many rock bands have gained success through the release and promotion of songs about makin' love. From Poison to KISS, many bands have based their entire careers on tracks about the dirty deed. For this list, I focused primarily on tracks from 80's glam and hard rock bands.
Hopefully one or all of these tunes will help you out on your love conquest today!!
Once again, I have to admire the straightforward fashion in which these bands approach the ladies. I could have closed my eyes and dropped a finger on a list of Poison songs and hit one about their favorite pasttime, but I figured I'd go with the one with the best video.
Motley Crue's Dr. Feelgood was their biggest album commercially. This little gem from that album was never released as a single, but deserves to be on this list if for no other reason than the fact that it has a zipper and a giggle in it!
Lynch Mob (featuring guitar whiz George Lynch) has been around for quite a long time now. They've split up and regrouped a number of times and still play shows from time to time. This track, the title tune from their 1990 release, remains one of my favorite "dirty" songs.
The master of macabre, Alice Cooper, gets very descriptive on this track with wonderful lines like "Well I ain't no veggie, like my flesh on the bone." This track was released at the end of the hair era, and I believe it's still one of the best anthems from that time.
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