Indulgence: Sensual Rhythms - cd by Sinclair Intimacy Institute&re - review by Firemeup

CD by Sinclair Intimacy Institute

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Indulgence: Sensual Rhythms review

Very good sex music, well-balanced and smooth. We both enjoyed the effects of this music and will be back for more.
Good sex music. Helps you get in a groove and stay there.
Boring as real music, and one song has really inane lyrics.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
When I listened to Indulgence: Sensual Rhythms|Indulgence: Sensual Rhythms as music, it did not seem promising. The tracks felt boring and reminded me of elevator music, the music played by the pianist at Nordstrom, or occasionally the experimental music/recorded noise put out by some friends of mine. Itunes called it Easy Listening, and that's pretty much what it was. But we loaded it up and started having sex anyway.

Once we were going, I noticed that the rhythms underneath the Easy Listening were great for sex! Subtle enough to not distract, but insisting, sensual and well-paced. I realized that, to some extent, the rhythms were the main point of the music, with everything else added to soften the effect. It was awesome foreplay.

My husband had to leave for a short time, and during the break I discovered that the music kept me feeling sexy, instead of getting distracted by the wait (which is impressive, because I get distracted really easily). The music helped fill my head, so that I stayed in the moment instead of slipping off into fantasy (not that I have ANYTHING against fantasy, but it's pesky when I can't stay in the moment if I want to) or unrelated thoughts.

I also liked this album because the sound was so even. I love using music for sex, but it's irritating when the song switches to a chorus when I was enjoying the rhythm of the verse, or (even worse) reaches a climax when I'm nowhere near one. This album doesn't have any major shifts, and the music never felt jarring or disconnected with what we were doing. It always seemed to fit.

When we were done I asked my husband what he thought. He's a musician and sound engineer, so our taste varies quite a bit. He loved the album's effect on me, but it didn't seem to have affected him much either way. He commented that whoever had done the sound engineering had probably stuck with default settings – certainly there was nothing that stood out.

Then the last song came on (well, it's listed as the last song on the CD, but it's actually the second half of the last track). The last song is a piece called "Tonight" and is the only piece with lyrics. And what lyrics! The song was so inane that we ended up in gales of laughter. Laughter is a good thing, but I don't think that was the effect they were going for.

To sum up, this is terrific sex music and we'll be using it again, probably many many times. But I'm pitching that last song.
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  • Nashville
    Well it sounds like a great album. I have a background in audio engineering so if he was irked by it I probably would be too.
  • I don't think it irritated him, he just found it didn't do much of anything for him. (Rather like pudding - it's bland, but that doesn't make it bad.) We still use this fairly often
  • curious kitten
    great review, looking forward to this.
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