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* An unknown character in an optional scene in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' keeps [[ChivalrousPervert Zidane]] interested from the other side of a stone gate with her voice. The speaker is never revealed, but, given that it was a gate to the Burmecian territories, the odds are that she was a [[PettingZooPeople Petting Zoo Person]].

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* An unknown character in an optional scene in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' keeps [[ChivalrousPervert Zidane]] interested from the other side of a stone gate with her voice. The speaker is never revealed, but, given that it was a gate to the Burmecian territories, the odds are that she was a [[PettingZooPeople Petting Zoo Person]].BeastMan.


* The TropeMaker and Ur-Example are the Sirens from ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' who were said to lead men to their deaths by their heavenly singing, and they have been referenced (and parodied) in countless other works of fiction for ever.

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* The TropeMaker and Ur-Example are Averted by the Sirens from ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' who were said to lead men to ''Literature/TheOdyssey''. Despite the common mistake, nothing aboutbthem or their deaths by voices is remotely arousing. They had female heads slapped onto vulture-like bodies, and their heavenly singing, and songs did not induce any sexual feelings whatsoever. What their songs actually did is hypnotize the listener into believing that if they have been referenced (and parodied) were to go to the sirens, then whatever they wanted most in countless other works life (knowledge, wealth, foresight, etc.) would be become theirs. It should also be noted that this power worked on people of fiction for ever.any gender identity and sexual orientation, not just men.


* ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'':
** In "Tactical Village", detective Jake Peralta compares his crafting a persona for their team building and under-cover operations with acting and likens himself to George Clooney. Amy scoffs. When asked, she says that George Clooney has a sexy voice. Jake immediately starts speaking in a deep voice.
--->'''Jake:''' This whole training simulation is make-believe. We shoot paint at fake bad guys. It's called acting. Tell me how I'm any different than George Clooney.\\
'''Amy:''' He has a sexy voice.\\
'''Jake:''' I have a sexy voice. ''[deep voice]'' Champagne. Mountain range. Hugs.\\
'''Amy:''' Mountain range?\\
'''Jake:''' I couldn't think of anything sexy to say.
** In "Funeral", shortly after Amy and Jake start dating, Jake does an impression of their former superior, Captain Holt, who has a deep, sonorous voice. Amy gets super turned on.
--->'''Jake:''' He'll be all: ''[deep voice with pauses and emphases]'' "Vulture, I must INSIST that you DESIST."\\
'''Amy:''' ''[excited]'' I really think this is going to work. ''[lowers her voice]'' Also, if you ever want to bust out that Holt impression at home, I'd be okay with that. ''[gives him a look]''\\
'''Jake:''' ''[widens eyes]'' Oh, okay. Duly noted. Super disturbing, but I'm definitely going to do it.



* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken and I've been so lonely not hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.

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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's agent Mulder's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken and I've been so lonely not hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.


* The late Seventies cover of "Wild Thing" by one-hit-wonder Fancy is characterized by the group's Magazine/{{Playboy}} Playmate lead singer gasping and moaning her way through the lyrics.



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* Val Venis. PlayedForLaughs.
* In a backstage skit in 2007, Wrestling/JohnCena was being interviewed by Todd Grisham and he briefly did an imitation of WWE Diva Candice Michelle's voice. He was... surprisingly accurate.
* Wrestling/SantinoMarella ''thinks'' his voice sounds like this, but it's less LatinLover and more ''Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers''
* Dean Ambrose (aka indie standout Jon Moxley) of WWE's Wrestling/TheShield has a very sexy, unique, slightly raspy voice that is mesmerizing to hear.

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* Val Venis. PlayedForLaughs.
%% * In a backstage skit in 2007, Wrestling/JohnCena was being interviewed by Todd Grisham and he briefly did an imitation of WWE Diva Candice Michelle's voice. He was... surprisingly accurate.
%% * Wrestling/SantinoMarella ''thinks'' his voice sounds like this, but it's less LatinLover and more ''Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers''
%% * Dean Ambrose (aka indie standout Jon Moxley) of WWE's Wrestling/TheShield has a very sexy, unique, slightly raspy voice that is mesmerizing to hear.hear.
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* On their fifth album, ''Cardiology'', Music/GoodCharlotte has a song called "Sex on the Radio" whose narrator is in a relationship with a radio personality. So titled because the girl's voice sounds like, well, sex on the radio.
* Music/DreamTheater's "Home" heavily implies a sex scene about halfway through, complete with a woman moaning in the background.
* Papa Roach's "The Addict" features a woman moaning rather suggestively after the [[BuffySpeak bridge-y bit.]]



* "Oooooooh.... love to love you, baby. OOOOOOOH.... love to love you, baby." Repeat ad nauseam for seventeen minutes. This song not only launched Donna Summer to stardom, but led the Catholic Church to declare the song as the work of Satan. A popular rumor is that Donna induced her own orgasms while recording the song, but she says it was all an act.
* ''Music/TheRunaways'' incorporate moaning into many of their songs.
* There's a mainstream example in Pitbull and T-Pain's song "Hey Baby". (You may better know the song as [[TitleConfusion "Ooh, baby, baby...lalalalalalala..."]])
* [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/315325 Ignorance Is Bliss]]
--> "[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Princess Toadstool]], I know you're frightened mmm But if you knew just why we're here, your fear would just be heightened!"



-->''Oh baby when you talk like that, you make a woman go mad.''
* The song "A Game of Loving" by White Noise features a sample of an orgy (or at least, people having sex) near the end. The sample is then sped up. The whole album is very weird.
* Industrial and noise music is very subversive and there are a few songs that incorporate moaning sounds. One of them is ''Felación'' by Esplendor Geométrico and an entire album by The Gerogerigegege called ''Showa'', which featured people having sex to the Japanese national anthem.
* Electronic musicians sometimes get audio samples from porn.
** The artist Music/VenetianSnares recorded himself having sexual intercourse with Hecate, his then-girlfriend and collaborator. This resulted in the album "Nymphomatriarch", a controversial release.
*** The band Lords of Acid isn't a stranger to sexual themes: pretty much all of their songs are about sex and have explicit lyrics and porn sounds. Their (few) music videos are also extremely NSFW.
* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; this wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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-->''Oh -->Oh baby when you talk like that, you make a woman go mad.''
* The song "A Game of Loving" by White Noise features a sample of an orgy (or at least, people having sex) near the end. The sample is then sped up. The whole album is very weird.
* Industrial and noise music is very subversive and there are a few songs that incorporate moaning sounds. One of them is ''Felación'' by Esplendor Geométrico and an entire album by The Gerogerigegege called ''Showa'', which featured people having sex to the Japanese national anthem.
* Electronic musicians sometimes get audio samples from porn.
** The artist Music/VenetianSnares recorded himself having sexual intercourse with Hecate, his then-girlfriend and collaborator. This resulted in the album "Nymphomatriarch", a controversial release.
*** The band Lords of Acid isn't a stranger to sexual themes: pretty much all of their songs are about sex and have explicit lyrics and porn sounds. Their (few) music videos are also extremely NSFW.
* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; this wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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%% This trope is about voices that sound seductive and sexy. It's not about orgasms, moaning, audio sex or sounds from porn.
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** An episode had Lois become ''irresistibly'' attracted to the low voice Peter develops due to illness. But the effect is lost when he gets better and his voice returns to normal. Peter, [[TooDumbToLive being Peter]], tries to get sick again to get that voice back, resorting to some pretty {{squicky}} means to do so. He only succeeds in making himself gravely ill.

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** An episode had Lois become ''irresistibly'' attracted to the low voice Peter develops due to illness. But the effect is lost when he gets better and his voice returns to normal. Peter, [[TooDumbToLive being Peter]], tries to get sick again to get that voice back, resorting to some pretty {{squicky}} {{squick}}y means to do so. He only succeeds in making himself gravely ill.


* Played with in ''Series/SkyholdAcademyYearbook''. When two of the kids write a fanfic about their teachers, they throw in a bit about [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Cullen]] being enamored with the way his wife Evvy reads a specific passage in a history book. Varric reads the story aloud in the staff room, and their colleagues ask Evvy to say the line; to everyone's amusement, Cullen's actual reaction is very similar to the ones the kids give him in their story. It thereafter becomes a running gag.

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* Played with in ''Series/SkyholdAcademyYearbook''.''Fanfic/SkyholdAcademyYearbook''. When two of the kids write a fanfic about their teachers, they throw in a bit about [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Cullen]] being enamored with the way his wife Evvy reads a specific passage in a history book. Varric reads the story aloud in the staff room, and their colleagues ask Evvy to say the line; to everyone's amusement, Cullen's actual reaction is very similar to the ones the kids give him in their story. It thereafter becomes a running gag.



* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; this wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; recording; this wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.


* In ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', Perro Negro's voice is described as, "the kind of velvety voice that made you feel safe and protected. The kind that made you fall in love."

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* In ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', Perro Negro's voice is described as, as "the kind of velvety voice that made you feel safe and protected. The kind that made you fall in love."



* Played with in ''Series/SkyholdAcademyYearbook''. When two of the kids write a fanfic about their teachers, they throw in a bit about [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Cullen]] being enamored with the way his wife Evvy reads a specific passage in a history book. Varric reads the story aloud in the staff room, and their colleagues ask Evvy to say the line; to everyone's amusement, Cullen's actual reaction is very similar to the ones the kids give him in their story. It thereafter becomes a running gag.



* Antryg in ''Literature/TheWindroseChronicles'' is described as being a peculiar, gawky-looking and poorly-dressed man with crazy eyes, greying MessyHair, a creepy smile and a massive nose - and an extremely beautiful deep voice that [[VocalDissonance doesn't match his looks at all]]. As Joanna's feelings for him develop she begins to notice it a lot more often.

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* Antryg in ''Literature/TheWindroseChronicles'' is described as being a peculiar, gawky-looking and poorly-dressed man with crazy eyes, greying MessyHair, a creepy smile and a massive nose - and an extremely beautiful deep voice that [[VocalDissonance doesn't match his looks at all]]. As Joanna's feelings for him develop develop, she begins to notice it a lot more often.



* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': In "Cops and Robbers", Trapper John describes Detective Kate Beckett as having a "bedroom voice". In another, when she suddenly is able to translate the Russian they're hearing through their listening device, she suddenly drops into a Russian accent, which her coworkers both agree is really hot.

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': In "Cops and Robbers", Trapper John describes Detective Kate Beckett as having a "bedroom voice". In another, when she suddenly is able to translate the Russian they're hearing through their listening device, she suddenly drops into a Russian accent, which her coworkers both agree is really hot.



* ''Series/Daredevil2015'': In "World on Fire", Elena Cardenas, a friend of Sgt. Brett Mahoney's mother, visits Nelson & Murdock seeking help in a legal dispute with her landlord. Her grasp of English is pretty flimsy, so Karen translates her Spanish. During the conversation, she finds that Matt also speaks Spanish and is much more fluent. When Karen offers Matt to take over, Matt replies with a casual, "I like the sound of your voice". Karen smiles shyly, and Foggy does an annoyed facial expression of "You're effortlessly charming beautiful women right in front of me again!"

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* ''Series/Daredevil2015'': In "World on Fire", Elena Cardenas, a friend of Sgt. Brett Mahoney's mother, visits Nelson & Murdock seeking help in a legal dispute with her landlord. Her grasp of English is pretty flimsy, so Karen translates her Spanish. During the conversation, she finds that Matt also speaks Spanish and is much more fluent. When Karen offers to have Matt to take over, Matt replies with a casual, casually, "I like the sound of your voice". voice." Karen smiles shyly, and Foggy does an annoyed facial expression of "You're effortlessly charming beautiful women right in front of me again!"



* Creator/PeterSellers in ''Series/TheGoonShow'' occasionally voiced a character called "breathy Kensington thing". It's a spookily realistic sexy female impersonation, often accompanied by gags about censorship.

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* Creator/PeterSellers in ''Series/TheGoonShow'' occasionally voiced a character called "breathy Kensington thing". It's a spookily an eerily realistic sexy female impersonation, often accompanied by gags about censorship.



* In the first episode of ''The New Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' the new head of programming listens to some audition tapes; one is a very sexy woman. He is advised by several people that "the sexier the voice the uglier the person" (or words to that effect). He hires the woman sight unseen anyway, and it turns out she's [[http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/CZ_TAWNY_KITAEN.HTM Tawny Kitaen]].

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* In the first episode of ''The New Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' Series/WKRPInCincinnati,'' the new head of programming listens to some audition tapes; one is a very sexy woman. He is advised by several people that "the sexier the voice voice, the uglier the person" (or words to that effect). He hires the woman sight unseen anyway, and it turns out she's [[http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/CZ_TAWNY_KITAEN.HTM Tawny Kitaen]].



* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; a rumour which wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; a rumour which recording; this wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.



* In 2007, BT decided (for some unfathomable reason) to make a SyntheticVoiceActor based on velvet-voiced ex-Dr Who Creator/TomBaker to read aloud text messages. When a hobbyist decided to make a website of humorous things he'd made it say and opened submissions, he got enough submissions from fangirls who had been using the synthesiser to make straight-up phone sex that he had to [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100225144118/http://tombakersays.com/luuurve.html put a special section on the site for it]].

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* In 2007, BT decided (for some unfathomable reason) to make a SyntheticVoiceActor based on velvet-voiced ex-Dr ex-Dr. Who Creator/TomBaker to read aloud text messages. When a hobbyist decided to make a website of humorous things he'd made it say and opened submissions, he got enough submissions from fangirls who had been using the synthesiser to make straight-up phone sex that he had to [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100225144118/http://tombakersays.com/luuurve.html put a special section on the site for it]].



* In a backstage skit in 2007, Wrestling/JohnCena was being interviewed by Todd Grisham and he briefly did an imitation of WWE Diva Candice Michelle's voice. He was...surprisingly accurate.

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* In a backstage skit in 2007, Wrestling/JohnCena was being interviewed by Todd Grisham and he briefly did an imitation of WWE Diva Candice Michelle's voice. He was... surprisingly accurate.



* Dean Ambrose (aka indie standout Jon Moxley) of WWE's Wrestling/TheShield has a very sexy, unique, slightly raspy voice that is mesmerizing to listen to.

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* Dean Ambrose (aka indie standout Jon Moxley) of WWE's Wrestling/TheShield has a very sexy, unique, slightly raspy voice that is mesmerizing to listen to.hear.



** In the ''Citadel'' DLC, Garrus refers to his voice as one of his good points twice when faking a first date with Shepard. And it's possible he does it for Shepard's benefit; [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbBuXajA5-U Shepard admits]] that his voice is what she misses the most [[spoiler: if he dies in the Suicide Mission in the second game]].

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** In the ''Citadel'' DLC, Garrus refers to his voice as one of his good points twice when faking a first date with Shepard. And it's It's possible he does it for Shepard's benefit; [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbBuXajA5-U Shepard admits]] that his voice is what she misses the most [[spoiler: if he dies in the Suicide Mission in the second game]].



* In the PC PointAndClickGame ''Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightingale,'' this is implied by the old poster for one of the singers who used to perform at the eponymous theater. The tagline reads, "Hear her sing and fall in love." [[spoiler:The bonus chapter reveals that the singer in question was some kind of demonic seductress, and this was part of her powers.]]



* In ''Webcomic/Persona3FTW'', [[DarkMessiah Takaya's]] voice (AKA Creator/DerekStephenPrince) has a seductive nature all to itself. Even the guys (and Aigis) can't resist it. Otherwise he's perhaps a lamer villain than he was in the game.

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* In ''Webcomic/Persona3FTW'', [[DarkMessiah Takaya's]] voice (AKA Creator/DerekStephenPrince) has a seductive nature all to itself.its own. Even the guys (and Aigis) can't resist it. Otherwise he's perhaps a lamer villain than he was in the game.



-->'''Yahtzee:''' There's a very in-depth level designer built in with a host of tutorials you'll be tempted to go through just to have Stephen Fry's voice tounging your coc[[LastSecondWordSwap ...hlea]] for hours on end.

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-->'''Yahtzee:''' There's a very in-depth level designer built in with a host of tutorials you'll be tempted to go through just to have Stephen Fry's voice tounging tonguing your coc[[LastSecondWordSwap ...hlea]] for hours on end.



* Riot from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is the lead singer of The Stingers. His concerts are predominantly full of screaming fangirls for him. His husky voice is so attractive that he can get a rowdy crowd of women to calm down just by asking them to. The one woman he likes though finds him to be an AbhorrentAdmirer.

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* Riot from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is the lead singer of The Stingers. His concerts are predominantly full of screaming fangirls for him. His husky voice is so attractive that he can get a rowdy crowd of women to calm down just by asking them to. requesting it. The one woman he likes though likes, though, finds him to be an AbhorrentAdmirer.



* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs'': In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempted to invoke this trope on a couple of human women in a coffee shop when they flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their hands and are chased by police by the end of the episode.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/DonaldsDilemma'', Donald gets hit over the head with a flowerpot [[EasyAmnesia causing him to believe that he was a world's famous crooner,]] and ends up becoming an overnight sensation thanks to singing a beautiful rendition of [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} "When You Wish Upon a Star"]] that causes women to swoon over him. The problem? He completely forgot about Daisy, who desperately wants her boyfriend back.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs'': In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien Noob," alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempted to invoke this trope on a couple of human women in a coffee shop when they flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their hands and are chased by police by the end of the episode.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/DonaldsDilemma'', Donald gets hit over the head with a flowerpot [[EasyAmnesia causing him to believe that he was a world's famous crooner,]] and ends up becoming an overnight sensation thanks to singing a beautiful rendition of [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} "When You Wish Upon a Star"]] that causes women to swoon over him. The problem? He The amnesia makes him completely forgot forget about Daisy, who desperately wants her boyfriend back.


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When it's not a particular person's voice, but an entire ''language'' someone finds erotic, that's EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench ([[ArtifactTitle usually not French]]).

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When it's not a particular person's voice, but an entire ''language'' someone finds erotic, that's EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench ([[ArtifactTitle usually not French]]). SisterTrope to AccentInterest, where an accent draws non-erotic attention or interest from other characters.





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* In Zain's route of ''VisualNovel/SweetEnchantments'', the heroine's narration frequently remarks on Zain's rich, velvety voice and how much it affects her, especially when he's being deliberately flirtatious.


* ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'': Jaxom first falls in love with Sharra's voice, described as being low and sexy, when she's [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect treating him for Firehead fever]]. She turns out to be fairly pretty, not particularly beautiful, although she certainly thinks she doesn't live up to the image he had built in his head. He likes her anyway.

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* ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'': Jaxom first falls in love with Sharra's voice, described as being low and sexy, when she's [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect treating him for Firehead fever]]. She turns out to be fairly pretty, not particularly beautiful, although she certainly thinks she doesn't live up to the image he had built in his head. He likes her anyway.anyway and his narration even notes that it's very unlikely this woman's appearance 100% matches her voice. He likes her enough and she him that they ultimately end up HappilyMarried.

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* The ''Anime/CodeGeass'' light novels reveal that Lelouch is very popular on the school radio show because of this trope.


** An episode had Lois become ''irresistibly'' attracted to the low voice Peter develops due to illness.

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** An episode had Lois become ''irresistibly'' attracted to the low voice Peter develops due to illness. But the effect is lost when he gets better and his voice returns to normal. Peter, [[TooDumbToLive being Peter]], tries to get sick again to get that voice back, resorting to some pretty {{squicky}} means to do so. He only succeeds in making himself gravely ill.


* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; a rumour which wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if both parties were climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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* The most famous example of Audio Erotica has to be ''"Je t'aime... moi non plus"'' by Music/SergeGainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was rumoured for decades that both singers were actually making love during the recording; a rumour which wasn't helped by the fact that the song ends as if both parties were Jane was climaxing. It was also badly received because the lyrics and title seemed to refer to sex devoid of love, something that was a taboo at the time. "Je t'aime" was banned in many countries and it is still controversial despite being released more than 40 years ago.

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