Paradise Circus – Massive Attack feat Hope Sandoval

Paradise Circus by Massive Attack featuring Hope Sandoval (remixed by Gui Boratto) is an amazing song for mid-to-heavy scenes. The hand-claps of the original (see below) have been replaced with drumming that’s almost tribal, which could help both players get into a particular headspace.

The original song is more low-key and excellent for aftercare. It’s the theme song for Luther. If you haven’t seen that show go, go watch it now. The villain strikes me as the sort of person who knows a bit about BDSM.

Here’s the original:

‘Paradise Circus’

by Daniel Jonathan Brown, Stewart Neville Jackson, Grantley Evean Marshall, Robert Del Naja and Hope Sandoval

It’s unfortunate that when we feel a stone
We can roll ourselves over ’cause we’re uncomfortable
Oh well, the devil makes us sin
But we like it when we’re spinning in his grip

Love is like a sin, my love
For the ones that feel it the most
Look at her with her eyes like a flame
She will love you like a fly will never love you again

It’s unfortunate that when we feel a stone
We can roll ourselves over when we’re uncomfortable
Oh well, the devil makes us sin
But we like it when we’re spinning in his grip

Love is like a sin, my love
For the one that feels it the most
Look at her with a smile like a flame
She will love you like a fly will never love you again

Lyrics from MetroLyrics

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