The 50 Kinkiest Rock Songs, 40-31
From: 'No Control' (1982)
Going on a high-speed joyride with a wild woman? Well, at least they were smart enough to realize that they were in no condition to drive. That was when the fun really began.
From: Single (1977)
Whether literally tied up or a slave to consumerism, we all have our own forms of bondage. This particular one comes with a saxophone.
From: 'Roxy & Elsewhere' (1974)
Warped porno movie jazz-funk, straps tied tightly and various battery-powered devices, all wrapped up in Arctic imagery. It could only come from Frank Zappa.
From: 'Return to the Valley of The Go-Go's' (1994)
Recorded live when they were a punk group, Jane Wiedlin's spiky ode to getting tied up could never have been released alongside their '80s pop hits. It remained unheard until 1994's Return to the Valley of the Go-Go's compilation.
From: 'For Your Pleasure' (1973)
Got a fancy place to live but no one to share it with? Why not take a page out of Roxy Music's book and get an inflatable doll. Just beware that you might become too emotionally attached to it.
From: 'Rock and Roll Over' (1976)
So you're a musician on the road and a woman expresses her interest. Where can you get some privacy? Gene Simmons sings from experience here.
From: 'Stay Sick' (1990)
Spankings, kinky boots and heart-shaped handcuffs all set to rockabilly, filtered through punk and given a '90s flair. At least they know they're going to Hell.
From: '1984' (1984)
Is it really kinky or just every schoolboy's fantasy? Either way, Waldo's dreams came true, even if ours never did.
From: 'The Tubes' (1975)
It may seem like fun at first, but it's not always that way, especially if you're the one being tied up. It's enough to make one consider moving to Spain or Jamaica.
From: 'Theatre of Pain' (1985)