As you all know, dear friends of the Frog, we like to show off amazing live shows to prove, without a doubt, that there are actual theatre events in and around Los Angeles worth your time. Being that there is a celebration tonight known as Carnal Desire we thought a special, sexy, Music Video Monday would be appropriate to get you all hot and bothered  for the evening.

So here for your (multiple) viewing pleasure, The Top 5 Sexy Music Videos of the Naughties! (We love the title).

*DISCLAIMER: You may (or may not) become hot and bothered. I See the Frog is not responsible for change in temperature, dirty thoughts and/or tightening of shorts.

The first clip comes from Eric PrydzCall on Me, a dance track based on the sample of Steve Winwood’s 1982 song Valerie. Little known fact, when Eric Prydz presented the track to Steve Winwood, he was so impressed with what Prydz had done, he then re-recorded the vocals to fit the track. What followed is an instant classic that, no doubt, you have probably danced to over a hundred times. Plus, the video (seen first in the above embed) is most likely the reason the Internet created Parental Controls.

Second in line is Alex Gaudino, featuring Crystal Waters in Destination Calabria; a video which finally puts to rest that age old question… Are Band Members sexy? Answer: damn right they are. Polishing your instrument takes on a new meaning from here on out.

As the video montage continues we are introduced next to Benny Benassi’s Satisfactionthe video that reinvents the term ‘drilling.’

Satisfaction by Italian DJ Benny Benassi was released on June 13th, 2002 in Italy as the lead single from the album Hypnotica. The vocals consist of two people (male and female) using speech synthesizers, repeatedly saying ‘Push me and then just touch me ’til I can get my satisfaction.’ And though it was a big hit on the dance floor, it’s the video that elevates this song to new, all time levels… No one can look at this video and not consider remodeling your entire home. Because while the use of sexy women might be a distraction, at least they share some helpful tips on how to use a belt sander.

Next we are introduced to Fedde Le Grand’s Put Your Hands Up For Detroit; written and produced by Dutch electronic producer and DJ Fedde le Grand. The video (fourth in line) features the very Kubrick-type science lab where beautiful women create and test the androids sexual prowess. Because, Sci-Fi.

Last on the list, Camille Jones Vs Fedde Le Grand in The Creeps a song written, performed and produced by Camille Jones released in 2005, and remixed in 2007 by Fedde le Grand (Fedde gets around.)

The techno party beat proved to be a major thing in dance clubs around the globe. And with the video making everyone who sees it want to know how they can apply for a job at the same office, this video rounds out the amazing Music Video Monday… Sexy Edition… on the Frog.

Now that you are all hot and bothered (admit it, you are in need of something now to distract you from the weird feelings in your nether regions), hop on over to the SCHEDJ to get your tickets to tonight’s live show Carnal Desire.

Do it. You know you want to.

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