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So far I've discovered 3 tracks with sexual pleasure samples 😏

Add more if you know some!




This one I've discovered from John Askew's ‎"Lower The Tone" compilation, "Live As Fucking Fuck" mix.

Arc In The Sky - Kissed (Original Mix) [2005] (starting from 3:55)

Another one comes from John himself
John Askew - Plush (Original Mix) [2014] (starting from 4:47)

And the last one comes from the master of hard trance mr. Scot Project!

Nightclub - French Kiss (DJ Scot Project Mix) [2000] (starting from 4:03)
 
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dmgtz96

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Weird that this one is from one of the best liquid dnb producers. It's so different from his usual work.
 
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Feel like it's too obvious to mention but the third track in the opening post is just a naff remix of the original 'French Kiss' by Lil Louis, the original and best at using such a sample.

Here's one to put you off your stroke:


The MoS Ibiza Annual 2001 did a good job editing this down, when I heard the full version several years later it was a bit disturbing.
 

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Here's one to put you off your stroke:

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The MoS Ibiza Annual 2001 did a good job editing this down, when I heard the full version several years later it was a bit disturbing.
2:38 male orgasm
2:49 female orgasm
+ occasional "screams" that don't sound like singing but more like actual male orgasms
Tbh it's a really cool track that blends flamenco with house/techno. The orgasm samples do kinda ruin it though.

Southside Spinners - Luvstruck...?
Presumably this was such a big hit, but I've never seen anyone talk about it online. I think even on the old forum it was just never mentioned. 15-year old me (I'm now 24) liked this track but noticed something was strange about it.
 
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Southside Spinners was Marco V (plus a few others). It was a huge hit in the charts and the eurodance scene, and was used in the soundtrack to Kevin & Perry Go Large. File it along with DJ Jean - The Launch, 666 - D.E.V.I.L., Darude - Sandstorm, Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400, Yomanda - Synth & Strings... etc. Hence you won't really see it in many 'respectable' trance sets of the era. The vocal samples came from a generic sample pack and appear in other less-successful eurodance hits around the time.