"Shaven" by Funker Vogt is about a man who derives pleasure from shaving women's pubes. "Bloody sperm" is also mentioned.
The cover to Dangerous Toys' The R*tist 4*merly Known As Dangerous Toys: To go with the "The Trope Formerly Known as X" album title, they made the album cover a take-off on a Prince album starring their Metal Band Mascot. Their mascot is a Monster Clown and the album they chose to parody was Lovesexy, so the cover involves a naked monster clown.
The music video for "Closer" from The Downward Spiral has this in spades. There are naked women (and naked bondage-Trent) but the other images and the music itself prevent it from being anywhere near Fanservice.
Meanwhile, the music video for "Happiness In Slavery" makes "Closer" look tame. It involves a naked man torn to pieces in gruesome ways. If it weren't in black and white, it would be completely unwatchable. And this is just the most widely seen portion of the semi-unreleased Broken Movie, which is apparently twenty minutes of stuff like this, though most of it is rather tame music videos by Happiness in Slavery standards. The rest will remove parts of your soul that you can never reclaim.
The "Stupid Girls" video has three scenes of Pink wearing not very much — the first is her in a bikini getting a completely ugly orange spray tan, the second is her pants getting ripped off completely in the gym to her humiliation and the third is her topless but getting ready to have a ton of cosmetic surgery. She was probably going for this as well with the pisstake of Jessica Simpson in "These Boots Are Made For Walking".
In "Perfect" the girl in the video is seen in a bathtub, carving the word "Perfect" into her arm. Squick.
There are plenty of bikini-clad women in Aphex Twin's "Windowlicker." The catch: all of them have Richard D. James's face.
The music videos for "Pon De Floor" and "Keep It Goin' Louder" by Major Lazer.
Divine's I'm So Beautiful music video. The title doesn't help to "her" jiggling.
Lady Gaga uses this trope as frequently as she uses fetish appeal:
In "Bad Romance" she's seen naked several times, but she also looks unnaturally thin... and then you see that in-video, she's actually portraying a Sex Slave.
Also the random hairless cat that flashes for a fraction of a second in Bad Romance.
A fair few of the pictures she released via Twitter over the years may also qualify as this.note But as with everything concerning Lady Gaga, YMMV quite a bit
The music video for "Paparazzi" features a large amount of attractive looking supermodels. They all appear to have been murdered in various gruesome ways.
The music video for "Girls & Boys" by Good Charlotte. Elderly people dressed like younger people.
The Scissor Sisters' video for "Invisible Light." Among other moments, a man licks the stigmatic hand of a naked, bone-thin woman while the screen cuts to a cleaned (as in, for cooking) rabbit crucified.
The video for "Sexy and I Know It". It starts with the band members themselves nearly naked, and while they're not all that good-looking, they're not bad-looking either. But by the climax of the video, there's a huge, hairy overweight man at the camera.
Most fan videos for "Sexy and I Know It" use unattractive characters in a joking reference to this. There's even one using a lot of incredibly unattractive pictures of various exposed flesh from People of Walmart.
The Foo Fighters promoted their 2011 US Tour with "Hot Buns" (this might still be NSFW, even though it's censored), which apparently was inspired by Dave Grohl waiting for his food in a truck stop.
In the uncensored version of her video to "Pagan Poetry" from Vespertine the ever lovely Björk presents us with some very candid shots of her topless self... interspersed with visuals of needles piercing through skin and then revealing herself to be covered in bead chains attached to her whole upper body. Nightmare Fuel to some — wicked sexy to others...
The (NSFW) music video for the British group Hefner's song "I Took Her Love For Granted" features some very pasty blokes running around in the nude.In slow motion. Not only are they not exactly attractive, but the way their genitals bob and sway in the wind (completely uncensored, mind you) is also 100% pure Uncanny Valley.
In the video for Los Fabulosos Cadillac's "Matador", it's hard to focus on the hot and sexy dark-skinned dancers wearing few more than white bikinis... when the video in itself shows the story of a freedom fighter being bloodily murdered. Including the guy being shot on-screen, squirting lots of High-Pressure Blood...
The music video for "Black Skinhead" features Kanye West either shirtless or fully naked depending on the shot. However, it is also full of symbolism about the suffering of African Americans, including shots towards the end of Kanye with tribal tattoos and whip scars, barking dogs, and people wearing black pointed hoods. Not to mention that it's actually a CGI model of him, dipping right into the Uncanny Valleybeforethe animation glitches up.
In "The Sun Always Shines on TV", the three hot A-Ha guys are surrounded by naked women. Only that these women are actually veryeerie-looking mannequins.
The (NSFW) music video for "Fantasy" by DyE begins with four teenagers breaking into a pool together, but shortly after they start getting frisky, a series of seriouslydisturbing events are triggered.
While mostly full of fanservice in the form of scantily clad dancing women, The Revolting Cocks' "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" video has a couple of moments of fan disservice: Early on in the video, a woman dancing in lingerie suddenly has her face morphing into that of Al Jourgensen and starts miming the song's chorus, causing Chris Connelly to do a Spit Take. Later on, Connelly is making out with a beautiful woman when he finds a zipper on her back — she turns out to be some kind of ghoul in a Latex Perfection full body suit.
Even for an extreme Metal band, Cephalic Carnage takes this beyond the fringes on their confrontational, NSFW video for Ohrwurm. Moments of fanservice abound.
Around 2011, T-Mobile asked Watsky to participate in one of their commercials. Watsky refused, but T-Mobile made the commercial anyways, casting another rapper in Watsky's place. Watsky responded by creating a scathing parody of the commercial. This doesn't so bad... aside from the fact that the parody video replaces Carly Foulkes, T-Mobile's famously attractive former spokeswoman, with a fat bearded guy... who's still wearing her dress, and makes plenty of sexy poses.
The music video for the Seeb remix of Mike Posner's "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" shows the singer being accosted by beautiful women while partying, including having casual sex with one in a bathroom stall. The problem is two-fold: first off, the song is about living a depressing and meaningless life after becoming rich and famous, which is highlighted by the editing and overall plot of the video which show that wasting your life with drugs, partying, and casual sex is empty and self-destructive. If the subject matter isn't unappealing (and depressing) enough, Posner is wearing a gigantic smiling paper mache version of his head pulled straight from the Uncanny Valley the entire time.