Late last month, Beatport News compiled 10 of our favorite NSFW videos from across the web and you guys responded with such enthusiasm, we felt obligated to present a second round of clips. After perusing the comments left on the original post and wracking our brains (and YouTube) for more clips your boss shouldn’t catch you watching, we present part two of our picks for the most NSFW dance-music videos.

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First up is another weird and completely NSFW video from Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric fame, whose video for Major Lazer’s “Bubble Butt” had no trouble making our first list. This one for Flying Lotus’ “Parisian Goldfish” begins with a warning merely for the clip’s flashing lights, but it doesn’t prepare the viewer at all for what is about to happen. So, um, consider yourself prepared now!


Even those who absolutely hate exercising will probably be singing a different tune after watching the video for Eric Prydz’s “Call On Me.” Sure the one guy that made it to this particular jazzercise class looks a little silly in those leg warmers, but in the end, he has very little to complain about.


Admittedly, our last list was maybe a little heavy on the T&A, so in a slight attempt to balance things out a bit, here’s the video for Cazwell’s “Ice Cream Truck” in all its popsicle-licking, shirtless-dudes glory.


In Benny Benassi’s defense, it’s probably hard to make a video for a song like “Who’s Your Daddy?” that is actually suitable for work. Still, for all the video’s many shots of scantily clad vixens, there are actually some generally clever jokes hidden throughout as well—that is if you can actually divert your eyes away from—as the video alludes to—the “main course.”


Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” was a NSFW video before NSFW videos really existed. This classic clip contains everything a NSFW enthusiast could ask for—drugs, fights, strippers, and even a twist at the end!


Sébastien Tellier’s sweet and unsuspecting disco groove “Cochon Ville” serves as the soundtrack to one of the most twisted parties in recent video history. As the camera spins over and over again, those party-goers strip down to their birthday suits, indulging in flashes of debauchery which even include some unfortunately placed fireworks!


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Ultra Naté only has one thing on her mind during the course of “Automatic,” and while it’s rather obvious what that is, the acting by her male video counterparts leaves a few questions to be asked: “Are they in pain?” and “Why are their computer screens blank?”


What begins as a simple homage to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos series quickly turns into a montage of bizarre gluttony during the course of El Guincho’s video for “Bombay.” Guns, slingshots, bunny costumes, and—of course—many naked folks make an appearance.


Despite the fact that this tune is an homage to the Motor City, simply judging from its video, Fedde Le Grand has no idea what Detroit—or for that matter, a doctor’s office—looks like. Still, the man does have quite the imagination, wouldn’t you say?


Jonny McGovern is clearly a sports enthusiast, but he probably has never given a damn about any score or stat; he’s more in it for the locker room sessions after the games, as he explains in the plainly NSFW “Soccer Practice” video.