The internet is rife with downloadable songs featuring vaginal themes, but I admit that many of those themes are of questionable pertinence to the goals of this website. For a good time, try searching for songs about ova, and then pretend all the hip hop songs you find are really about taking ova and ova confidence. (See left for one of the rolling ova.)
- Annie Sprinkle, in her typical sex goddess style, collaborated years ago with The Hafler Trio of Amsterdam to make Masturbatorium, a recording intended to intensify sexual vibrations and energy in the listener. It features sound recordings of Annie during a masturbation performance ritual, carefully mixed with New Age electronic bits (calculated sine waves, cosmic background radiation, 11 layers of reverb, etc.).
- The Wet Spots also make music that is helpful for sexual beings, but they are more overt about both its usefulness and its silliness. See their interview in this issue, or download Wet Spots music at their website.
- Jamie Anderson offers free downloads of Menstrual Tango and some of her other funny, womanly folk songs.
- PJ Harvey is an artist responsible for many songs with complex themes involving fertility, bodies, gender and relationships. Try The Letter, The Pocket Knife, C'Mon Billy, Sheela-Na-Gig and more in the Sounds section of her website.
- Peaches, the confrontational electro-clash character, has lots of songs, videos and crotch shots on her website. There's also a little musical game at Fatherfucker.net, where you can make her image shout obscenities and sexual challenges while a stylized vulva watches over you.
- Hank & Lily, zombie-rock crazy people from my hometown, Victoria, sing lots of songs about sex. The thing is, when they sing about sex, the dead and undead are often involved. A full version of Necrophilia is available at Brand X Media.
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