Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That

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Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That
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Directed by Necro
Cordell
Produced by Necro
Written by Necro
Music by Necro
Distributed by Sexpert Video
Release dates September 16, 2003
Running time 131 min
Language English

Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That is a 2003 hardcore pornography film directed and produced by Necro and assistant directed by Cordell. The film stars Lanny Barbie, who Necro wrote and recorded a song specifically for and features in the film. The film also stars A.J. Kahn, Maria Brianna, Julian, Vanisha, Jade and Erika Cole, and is hosted by 1980s pornography legend Jerry Butler. The film features the music of Necro, including two songs that were released on the same day as this film, on Necro's Brutality Part 1 mixtape. The video was released two years after rapper Snoop Dogg set the trend of mixed hip hop porn movies with Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle, however this is most likely just coincidence because Necro had been fusing pornographic elements with his music, and previous directorial efforts, for years prior. Despite this, Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That marks Necro's directorial debut in physical pornography.

Since the video's release, Necro has become hesitant to comment on Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That, or any of his other directorial efforts, citing filmmaking as a form of "bad marketing" in the world of hip hop. He has also revealed for this reason that he will be concentrating solely on making music.[1]

Cast[edit]

Bonus features[edit]

  • Five new Necro songs, "Fucking 50 Bitches", "Lanny Barbie", "Legal Pimp", "Fire" and "White Slavery"; the former three of which are exclusive to this release. "Fire" and "White Slavery" were released on the same day as Sexy Sluts: Been There, Done That however, on Necro's Brutality Part 1 mixtape. Among these five songs are also other exclusive beats produced by Necro.
  • The "White Slavery" music video.

References[edit]

  1. ^ T. Jones. Necro - The Sexorcist, reported by MusicRemedy June 2005. Last accessed August 5, 2007

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