Ninja Sex Party, or NSP, is a musical comedy duo currently based out of Los Angeles, California. The duo consists of the Characters Danny Sexbang and Ninja Brian, who are portrayed by Dan Avidan and Brian Wecht. The duo formed in 2009 and has been rocking the world's collective pants off ever since.

Their first album, NSFW, was released on September 29, 2011. This album contains such great hits as "No Reason Boner," "Three Minutes of Ecstasy," and "Dinosaur Laser Fight," the only single of the album. Most of the songs on the album have a music video to go with them, except for "Introduction," "Accept My Shaft," and "Outroduction," but there's nothing particularly wrong with that. All of the music videos for the other songs more than make up for it with their hilarity. My personal favourite song from this album is "I Just Want to (Dance)," which is also the first song that has a music video on their YouTube channel.


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Roughly a year and a half after the release of NSFW, Ninja Sex Party released their second album, Strawberries and Cream, on April 15th, 2013. This album contains hits like "FYI I Wanna F Your A," "Next to You," and "Unicorn Wizard," which were all released as singles before the album dropped. Once again, most (but not all) of the songs on the album have a music video to go with them. The quality of the music videos for this album increased from the first, owing to the duo's growing popularity. My personal favourite songs from this album are "The Ultimate Sandwich" and "FYI I Wanna F Your A."


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Over two years after Strawberries and Cream's release, NSP came out with their third album, Attitude City, on July 17th, 2015. This album also featured guest artists Super Guitar Bros., Arin Hanson (aka Egoraptor), and Michael Starr, the lead singer of the band Steel Panther. Unlike the previous two albums, six of the 13 tracks on the album were released as singles before the album's release: "Party of Three," "Dragon Slayer," "Attitude City," "Why I Cry," "Peppermint Creams," and "Road Trip." After the album came out, three other songs were released as singles with music videos: "Cookies!" "Samurai Abstinence Patrol," and the rock opera-esque "6969". "6969" is the duo's longest song to date, and the music video was long anticipated before it was finally released on August 31st, 2016, more than a year after the album's initial release. My personal favourite songs from this album are the titular "Attitude City" and "Road Trip."


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Despite what the duo's name implies, they do not solely perform songs revolving around the topic of sex. On March 4th, 2016, Ninja Sex Party's fourth album, Under the Covers, was released. In a completely different style from their previous albums, Under the Covers is comprised entirely of covers of songs from the 1970s and 1980s, such as A-Ha's "Take On Me," and Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants To Rule The World." The duo was once again joined by Super Guitar Bros., as well as the group Tupper Ware Remix Party, or TWRP. The music video for "Take On Me" is currently the most viewed song on Ninja Sex Party's YouTube channel, currently having just over seven million views. My personal favourite songs from this album are the covers of Rush's "Subdivisions" and Van Halen's "Jump."


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Work on the duo's fifth album is already under way, with the first two singles "Cool Patrol" and "Eating Food In The Shower" already being released earlier this year. Another cover album is already in the works as well. Ninja Sex Party is also going on tour around the United States (and one show in Toronto) with TWRP and Starbomb, which is comprised of the duo, along with the previously mentioned Arin Hanson. Most of the shows for the tour are already sold out despite the fact that the tickets went on sale just over a week ago (on April 7th, 2017), showing just how popular the duo has become since they first got together eight years ago.


If this article has convinced you to give Ninja Sex Party a listen, here is a playlist with all of the music videos that they have released over the years.