Jon Benjamin's 100 Erotic Nights - Netflix
Jon Benjamin (Archer, Bob's Burgers) stars in and narrates this "deadpan erotica" series wherein he finds himself overcome by comedic confessions of secret passion and ruthless betrayal.
Status: In Development
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Jon Benjamin's 100 Erotic Nights - Warrior (Kesha album) - Netflix
Warrior is the second studio album by American singer Kesha, released on November 30, 2012 by Kemosabe and RCA Records. Its music spans the electropop, technopop, pop rock, and hip hop genres; Kesha described the album as more personal than her previous material in addition to her attempt at reviving the rock genre, calling it a “cock pop” record. Its theme is said to be magic. Writing for Warrior began in late 2011 and ended in early 2012, with recording taking place from January through August 2012. Kesha wrote the majority of the album while touring internationally and during her spiritual journey. Contributions to the album's production came from longtime collaborators Dr. Luke (who was also the executive producer of the project), Max Martin, Shellback, Ammo and Benny Blanco. It features guest vocals from American rock singer Iggy Pop, who has been cited as a major influence on the album, as well as writing contributions from Nate Ruess from American indie rock trio Fun, American rapper will.i.am, singer-songwriter Bonnie McKee, The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, American rock bands The Strokes and The Flaming Lips and Kesha's own mother, Pebe Sebert. Upon its release, Warrior received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who commended its rock-influenced material, lyrical content, and collaborations whilst others criticized its use of Auto Tune and formulaic content. The album reached number 6 on the U.S. Billboard 200, also charting within Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Japan and others. The album's lead single “Die Young” achieved commercial success, peaking at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and charting in multiple countries worldwide. “C'mon” initially served as a promotional single, and peaked at number 27 after its release as the second single. An acoustic extended play (EP) Deconstructed was exclusively released through her website to promote the fan edition of the album, and features re-record tracks from her previous releases and a cover of “Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You” by American country recording artist Dolly Parton, which was co-written by Kesha's mother, Pebe Sebert. “Crazy Kids” was released as the third and final single from Warrior. In total, the album has spawned three Top 40 hits in USA, Canada, and Australia.
Jon Benjamin's 100 Erotic Nights - Production - Netflix
Kesha worked with Lukasz Gottwald and Max Martin on a variety of tracks. She also expressed interest in enlisting the production duo, the Dust Brothers, who are known for producing tracks for the Rolling Stones, the Beastie Boys and Beck, however no recording dates were ever penned. Her friend Paul Nicholls, a DJ, was also named as a potential participant in construction of the album. However, no recording dates with him have been recorded either. According to MTV, Kesha entered the studio with Luke in January 2012. Both Kesha and Luke had been working on material for the upcoming project but had yet to start studio sessions prior to January. Kesha reported via Twitter in March 2012 she was recording the album with Luke and Benny Blanco. In the recording studio together they created a track described by the singer as a “cock-pop” influenced song. This track was revealed to be “Thinking of You”.
Wayne Coyne from The Flaming Lips first expressed interest in working with Kesha in January 2012. Coyne said he knew she was a fan of his work and felt that a collaboration between the two would be a “perfect match.” The duo reportedly collaborated at the Lips' studio in January 2012. A track called “2012” was created during a February recording session in Nashville and was released on the Lips' album, The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends. In March 2012, Coyne told Rolling Stone that he was in the development stages of talking to Kesha about working with her on her new material. Along with “2012”, Wayne and Kesha's first collaboration created three other songs, all of which belonged to Kesha. Coyne was later asked if he still intended to contribute to her album he responded, stating: “I'm trying to. I think we're getting together right before Easter. We've already done three songs-- they're hers”. According to Twitter messages by Coyne, recording between the duo continued in April 2012 and a track that discussed “futuristic sex toys” was created. Coyne and Kesha revealed via Twitter that a song titled “You Control My Heart” was created. Coyne announced that he was in the process of mixing the song. “Past Lives”, a track described by Coyne as a “stellar track” was confirmed to be another collaboration between the pair. Altogether, Coyne and Kesha's collaboration yielded between six and seven tracks. In mid April 2012, Billboard published an article claiming that Scottish producer Calvin Harris had contributed several tracks to the upcoming album. Their specific recording date was unknown. In May 2012, Kesha continued to record with Dr. Luke, and artist Sia Furler, although this track did not make the final track listing. Rock singer Iggy Pop was also revealed as a collaborator, when the singer tweeted a picture in May 2012 saying that the singer would feature on the record. Billboard later confirmed Iggy Pop would feature on “Dirty Love”, produced by Dr. Luke. Kesha continued to work with Dr Luke and Benny Blanco, and with new collaborators Henry Walter and Fun. lead singer Nate Ruess – the four created a track described by Blanco as “old hippie rock”. That track was later revealed as “Die Young”. Kesha revealed that she and Dr Luke had created 17 incomplete songs, including “Last Goodbye”, “Die Young” and “Supernatural”. She commented on the sound, “I want it to be a mix of what works on the radio and what I listen to in my spare time,” she says. “I'm on a steady diet of T. Rex and Iggy Pop.”
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