Justin Bieber is top of the flops when it comes to bedroom soundtracks.
Rihanna's Skin (sampled here and excuse for quiz asking which of her tracks best sums up your life) meanwhile is song most likely to get us dancing under the duvet.
Sounds like we're not loving ourself, or anyone else for that matter, backed by Bieba Baby.
The Canadian crooner is least likely to help set an intimate mood, followed by Kanye West and Eminem among songs not to spin during sex.
South Yorkshire Louis Tomlinson's One Direction are also wrong direction when it comes to getting lucky.
A survey of 2,000 folk suggests Jay Z is another turn-off while we also don't want to get jiggy with Iggy Azalea.
Slightly more subtle than Sexual Healing, Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On is second fave love-making song.
Stats show streams of Prince of Soul classics rise by whopping 96 per on Saturdays compared to earlier in the week.
Lil Wayne's Lollipop also takes some licking in terms of boudoir backing track.
The study, commissioned by global music streaming service Deezer, also found 55 per cent believe listening to music during sex "improves the experience" while a fifth claim it leaves them feeling more aroused.
Some Eighteen per cent of blokes even believe the right music makes sex last longer ... although just nine per of women agree!
International sex, body language and relationships expert Tracey Cox said: "Neuroscientists have found most people respond more to a beat when it's played by lower-pitched instruments.
"Physiologically, people's bodies love deep bass sounds which, if loud enough, also produces vibration, making it powerfully arousing.
"Music is a powerful, potent aphrodisiac so I'm not surprised so many Brits find it improves their sexual experiences."
Listening to music causes our brain to flood with pleasure hormone dopamine. The same thing happens when we're getting intimate, so it effectively puts our bodies "in the mood".
But Tracey warns: "There's scientific proof music is a mood enhancer in the bedroom - but the wrong song can have the opposite effect."
The research, which also looked at Deezer's own analytics, discovered Saturday between 10pm and midnight is most popular time for people to tango 'tween the sheets.
Rihanna's mood song also sees a spike of 23 per on Saturday nights compared to Mondays and Tuesdays.
Streaming all marvelous Marvin's mood-setters increases by average third on Saturday nights with him being named sexiest voice to listen to while in bedroom mode.
Michael Buble, Lionel Richie, Luther Vandross and Frank Sinatra complete top five romantic crooners.
When it comes to most popular genres, pop is on top, followed by R&B and rock, while heavy metal and rap are biggest turn-offs.
Deezer's head of editorial & content Roman Tagoe said: "With over half of people claiming music has a direct impact on sexual performance, there is clearly a natural synergy between music and sex - as both allow people to lose their inhibitions and discover feelings.
"Created by people who love music, Deezer Flow identifies and recommends music to suit your personal tastes, meaning when you're looking to get "in the mood", you can rely on us to get things right."
Top ten turn-offs
1. Justin Bieber
2. Kanye West
4. 50 Cent
5. Jay Z
7. Iggy Azalea
8. One Direction
9. System of a Down
10. Lady Gaga
Top ten 'go to' songs to get the UK in the mood:
1. Skin - Rihanna
2. Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
3. Lollipop - Lil Wayne
4. Drunk In Love - Beyoncé
5. Love to Love You Baby - Donna Summer
6. Me & U - Cassie
7. Love Me Like You Do - Ellie Goulding
8. Magic - Coldplay
9. Intro - The XX
10. Sexy Back - Justin Timberlake
The sexiest voices to listen to whilst having sex:
1. Marvin Gaye
2. Michael Buble
3. Lionel Richie
4. Luther Vandross
5. Frank Sinatra
6. John Legend
8. Nina Simone
9. Stevie Wonder
10. Gary Barlow