SOURCE: Universal Music Enterprises
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 8, 2012) - Women are increasingly turning to erotic entertainment in various forms to satisfy their emotional needs, whether that be e-books, movies or music. As 50 Shades of Grey reaches the 20 million mark in sales, the combination of extreme forms of love and sex has become a popular genre that has seduced the minds of many around the world.
If you liked reading 50 Shades of Grey, then you'll love listening to 15 Tones. Universal Music Enterprises has its own offering, dubbed 15 Tones, a collection of songs from its vast catalog designed to appeal to those women (and curious men) looking to satisfy their deep-seated desires with an edgy, romantic ode to the art of sexual satisfaction in all its myriad forms.
Fans that enjoy romantic yet sensual works like that of 50 Shades of Grey, will appreciate and relish what 15 Tones has to offer. Combining numbers of romantic, provocative heaters by the likes of Marvin Gaye ("Let's Get It On," "Chained"), Barry White ("I'm Qualified to Satisfy You"), Billie Holiday ("What Is This Thing Called Love"), Nina Simone ("I Put a Spell on You"), Ella Fitzgerald ("I've Got You Under My Skin") and Shirley Horn ("Come Fly With Me") with more explicit, salacious come-ons by James Brown ("Get Up [I Feel Like Being a] Sex Machine, Pt. 1"), Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love") and Berlin ("Sex [I'm a]"), Bell Biv Devoe ("Do Me!), 15 Tones creates an enchantingly erotic vibe that will leave one wanting more. In addition, there are four classical numbers to put you in the mood, including "The Flower Duet" from Lakme (Katherine Jenkins featuring Kiri Te Kanawa and the Philharmonia Orchestra), "Canon and Gigue in D Major" (The English Concert and Trevor Pinnock), Chopin's "Nocturne No. 1 in B flat Minor, Opus 9 No. 1" (Tamas Vasary) and DeBussy's "La Fille Aux Cheveux de Lin" (Philippe Cassard).
Let 15 Tones be the music to your passionate and stimulating desires. Taken together, 15 Tones creates a variety that sets a mood and sustains it, creating aural pleasure that makes a great companion for any activity or just that bedside reading. It's the most fun you can have listening to music.