Making the Perfect Playlist Aphrodisiac: Get Her in the Mood

20 Songs To Get Her In The Mood: Making the perfect playlist aphrodisiac:

So we can all relate back to the scene in Fast Times at Ridgemont High when Damone is schooling Rat on what to play on his big date with Stacy. This is pretty much the same idea but updated for the times. No longer can you put on side two of Led Zeppelin IV (which actually turns out to be Kashmir from “Physical Graffiti” in the movie) and get what you are truly after. With today’s technology and a little imagination you can put together a custom compilation in which the songs are strategically placed in order to give you the upper hand in setting the mood. You need a soundscape to let your date know you’re hip and cool without coming across too niche-based in your choices. You want to have a perfect mix of classics and modern hits, as well as some obscure hipster tunes that she may not be familiar with but will definitely be peak her curiosity. It also makes a great conversation starter and eases the first date uncomfortable silence if it rears its ugly head. Now this is a list of suggested tracks that have a proven track record of success. There are many standards that I could have mentioned below but I chose to keep this more of a modern mix to keep things interesting. With that being said don’t get the wrong idea and pick up your date with “I Want Your Sex” from George Michael blaring outright, although this is good for the second date. So without further ado, check out the following, have fun and close the deal.

Sade – “No Ordinary Love” – If you cannot get some with this track on please do not continue with the list.

Enigma – “Principles of Lust/Sadness Part 1” – A true classic that is just as effective today as it was in high school and college.

Morcheeba –“The Sea” – Smooth Trip Hop that is obscure but loved by many.

Jeff Buckley – “Last Goodbye” – All women love Jeff Buckley period.

Nine Inch Nails – “Get Down Make Love” – A very rare cover of the genius song originally written by Queen, this track is amazing and can only be found on the B-side to the Nine Inch Nails “Sin” CD single. Well worth the trouble, I assure you.

D’Angelo – “Brown Sugar” – Smooth R&B from the guy who at one time could take any woman on earth.

James Brown – “Sex Machine” – Make sure you put this one in the middle of the playlist for optimal results.

Jeff Buckley – “Everybody Hear Wants You” – Mr. Buckley appears on this list twice as his songs will always swoon the ladies.

Marvin Gaye – “Let’s Get It On”– A true classic that gets right to the point nonchalantly.

Coldplay – “Yellow”– Chris Martin hypnotizes with this track.

Justin Timberlake – “My Love”– Use caution and be ready for immediate results with this one.

Family Force Five – “Fever” – Dance rock at it’s finest. Women love this track the very first time they hear it. Like Marilyn Mason crossed with Justin Timberlake.

Journey – “Faithfully” – This is a given; everyone loves Journey. Non intentional emotional bonus, it shows your sensitive side.

INXS – “Need You Tonight”– Michael Hutchence is Bono with much more sex appeal.

Prince – “Darling Nikki” – Banned in some countries, celebrated in others.

Maxwell – “Everwanting: To Want You To Want” – This was recommended as the ultimate mood setter – panties should be off in seven minutes or less.

Does It Offend You Yeah? – “Let’s Make Out” – Upbeat electro clash dance rock that will definitely get the party started after a few drinks.
The Dandy Warhols – “Mohammad”– Hauntingly atmospheric and just a stunning piece of work that moves the needle.

Robbie Draco Rosa – “Lie Without A Lover” – This guy is the Spanish equivalent of Justin Timberlake.

Sounds Under Radio – “Portrait Of A Summer Thief” – I have personally seen the effect this stellar piece of work has on women. It floors them, literally.

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Jason Miller
Jason Miller

Jason Miller is a leading digital B2B marketer, who’s held senior roles at LinkedIn, Marketo, and ActiveCampaign. Before entering the B2B space, he spent ten years at Sony, developing and executing marketing campaigns around the biggest names in music. He is a prolific keynote speaker, digital marketing instructor at UC Berkeley, and best-selling author. Also an accomplished rock concert photographer, his work appears in books, magazines, and album covers.

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