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MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine; methylenedioxymethamphetamine) is an entactogenic drug of the phenethylamine and amphetamine classes of drugs. In popular culture, MDMA has become widely known as "ecstasy", usually referring to its street pill form, although this term may also include the presence of possible adulterants.
MDMAEntheogensEuphoriantsAmphetaminesBenzodioxolesGerman inventionsEntactogens and Empathogens

Orgasm (from Greek οργασμός orgasmos, from organ to mature, swell, also sexual climax) is the sudden discharge of accumulated sexual tension during the sexual response cycle, resulting in rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region characterized by an intense sensation of pleasure. Experienced by males and females, orgasms are controlled by the involuntary or autonomic nervous system.
OrgasmHuman sexualityOrgasmSexual actsGreek loanwords

Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid
Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid γ-Hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), also known as 4-hydroxybutanoic acid and sodium oxybate, is a naturally occurring substance found in the human central nervous system, as well as in wine, beef, small citrus fruits, and almost all animals in small amounts. It is also categorized as an illegal drug in many countries. It is currently regulated in Australia and New Zealand, Canada, most of Europe and in the US.
Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acidEuphoriantsSedativesGeneral anestheticsHydroxy acidsDrug cultureNeurotransmitters

Ephedra usually refers to the plant Ephedra sinica. E. sinica, known in Chinese as ma huang, has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for 5,000 years for the treatment of asthma and hay fever, as well as for the common cold. Several additional species belonging to the genus Ephedra have traditionally been used for a variety of medicinal purposes, and are a possible candidate for the Soma plant of Indo-Iranian religion.
EphedraWithdrawn drugsDrugs in sportTraditional Chinese medicineHerbal and fungal stimulantsDietary supplementsAmphetamine alkaloids

Sacred prostitution
Sacred prostitution, temple prostitution, or religious prostitution is a practice of worship that includes hieros gamos or sacred marriage performed as a fertility rite and part of sacred sexual ritual.
Sacred prostitutionAncient priestessesRaëlismSexuality and religionReligious occupationsReligious behaviour and experienceFamily InternationalProstitution

Spirit of Ecstasy
The Spirit of Ecstasy is the name of the hood ornament (or bonnet ornament in the UK and most commonwealth countries) on Rolls-Royce cars. It is in the form of a woman leaning forwards with her arms outstretched behind and above her. Billowing cloth runs from her arms to her back, resembling wings.
Spirit of EcstasyRolls-RoyceLogo descriptionsCorporate mascots

Ecstasy (emotion)
Ecstasy (or ekstasis) from the Ancient Greek, έκ-στασις (ek-stasis), is a subjective experience of total involvement of the subject, with an object of his or her awareness. Total involvement with an object of interest is not an ordinary experience because of being aware of other objects, thus ecstasy is an example of an altered state of consciousness characterized by diminished awareness of other objects or the total lack of the awareness of surroundings and everything around the object.
Ecstasy (emotion)HappinessGreek loanwordsPositive mental attitudeEmotionsAesthetics



Countdown to Ecstasy
Countdown to Ecstasy is the second album by rock group Steely Dan, released in July 1973. The album was written and recorded in rushed sessions between live concerts and produced two Billboard Hot 100 hits, "Show Biz Kids" and "My Old School".
Countdown to EcstasyABC Records albumsAlbums produced by Gary KatzSteely Dan albums1973 albums

Welcome to the Dollhouse (album)
Welcome to the Dollhouse is the second and final studio album by American R&B/pop group Danity Kane, released by Bad Boy and Atlantic Records on March 18, 2008 in the US and March 25, 2008 in Canada. Danity Kane recorded the album in under five weeks, while filming the second season of Making the Band 4 with fellow label mates Day26 and Donnie Klang first in New York City, New York, then in Miami, Florida.
Welcome to the Dollhouse (album)2008 albumsAlbums produced by RockwilderBad Boy Records albumsAlbums produced by The RunnersDanity Kane albumsAlbums produced by DanjaAlbums produced by Bryan-Michael Cox

Lesbians on Ecstasy
Lesbians on Ecstasy is a Canadian electronic band formed in 2003 in Montreal. The band toured across Canada and the U.S. with Le Tigre before the release of their first recording. The first album, the self-titled Lesbians on Ecstasy was released on October 26, 2004. In 2005, the song from this recording entitled “Bitchsy”, a re-take of the Fifth Column song "All Women Are Bitches, was featured on the TV series Queer as Folk.
Lesbians on EcstasyLesbian musiciansMusical groups established in 2003Musical quartetsAll-female bandsElectroclashLGBT-themed musical groupsEnglish-language musical groups from QuebecLGBT musicians from CanadaQueercore groupsCanadian electronic music groupsMusical groups from MontrealAlien8 Recordings artists

Technical Ecstasy
Technical Ecstasy is the seventh studio album by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in September 1976.
Technical Ecstasy1976 albumsAlbums certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of AmericaBlack Sabbath albumsAlbums with cover art by HipgnosisWarner Bros. Records albumsVertigo Records albums

The Ecstasy of Gold
"The Ecstasy of Gold" is a musical composition by Ennio Morricone, part of his score for the Sergio Leone film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It is played while Tuco is frantically searching a graveyard for the grave that holds $200,000 in gold coins.
The Ecstasy of Gold1966 songsMetallica songsEnnio Morricone songs

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is an album by Sarah McLachlan. It was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal, and released in October 1993 in Canada, and in early 1994 in the rest of the world. The album was an immediate hit in Canada, where McLachlan was already an established star. Over the next two years, it became her breakthrough album internationally as well.
Fumbling Towards EcstasyAlbums produced by Pierre MarchandSarah McLachlan albumsNettwerk Records video albumsArista Records video albumsArista Records albumsLive video albumsArista Records live albums2008 video albumsNettwerk Records live albumsArista Records compilation albumsMusic video compilation albums1993 albums2008 compilation albumsSarah McLachlan video albumsNettwerk Records compilation albumsNettwerk Records albums

Ecstasy (philosophy)
Ecstasy,(or ekstasis) from the Ancient Greek, έκ-στασις (ek-stasis), "to be or stand outside oneself, a removal to elsewhere ."
Ecstasy (philosophy)Concepts in aestheticsGreek loanwords

Carnival Ecstasy
The Carnival Ecstasy is a Fantasy class cruise ship, which began operation with Carnival Cruise Lines in 1991. Features include a pool, four whirlpools, a variety of dining options, nightclubs, a casino, and duty-free shopping. She is currently offering four- and five-day Western Caribbean itineraries out of Port Canaveral, Florida, where she sails with her sister ship the Carnival Sensation and the Carnival Dream.
Carnival EcstasyFantasy classShips of Carnival Cruise LinesShips built in Finland1991 shipsCruise ships

Visions of Ecstasy
Visions of Ecstasy is a 1989 short film that became the only work to be refused a certification by the British Board of Film Classification on the grounds of blasphemy. The film, which was directed by Nigel Wingrove, was banned because it featured sexualised scenes of Saint Teresa of Ávila with the body of Jesus on the cross. The BBFC felt that any release of the film could be liable for prosecution under the common law offence of blasphemous libel.
Visions of EcstasyBritish films1989 films1980s short filmsBritish short filmsEnglish-language filmsExploitation films

The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia (Raphael)
The St. Cecilia Altarpiece is an oil painting by Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. Completed in his later years, around 1516-1517, the painting depicts Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians and Church music, listening to a choir of angels in the company of St. Paul, St. John the Evangelist, St. Augustine and Mary Magdalene. Commissioned for a church in Bologna, the painting now hangs there in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, or National Painting Gallery.
The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia (Raphael)1516 paintingsPaintings by Raphael

Ecstasy (My Bloody Valentine album)
Ecstasy is a mini-LP by My Bloody Valentine, released in an edition of 3,000 copies in November 1987. It was their last material recorded for Lazy Records, and followed the "bubblegum pop with buzzsaw guitars" formula of their earlier releases for the label, shifting away from their earlier sound. Ecstasy entered the UK indie album chart in December 1987, spending four weeks on the chart and peaking at number 12.
Ecstasy (My Bloody Valentine album)1987 EPsMy Bloody Valentine albums

Intoxicate O.S.
Intoxicate O.S. is the second full-length album by the Finnish dark metal band Shade Empire. The album was recorded at Studio Perkele in Finland. Intoxicate O.S. is the first Shade Empire album to include a video, "Chemical God. " The video caused some controversy due to the fact it contained "flashing images", reason for which it was banned from MTV.
Intoxicate O.S.Shade Empire albums2006 albums

The Agony and the Ecstasy

The Agony and the Ecstasy

Odes of Ecstasy
Odes of Ecstasy is a Greek death metal band formed in November 1993 by Dimitris Bikos and Joseph Nikou.
Odes of EcstasyGreek death metal musical groupsMusical sextetsSymphonic metal musical groupsMusical groups established in 1993

The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael
The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael is a British-made independent film directed by first-time director Thomas Clay, and released in 2006. It features Daniel Spencer in the title role, with Lesley Manville and Danny Dyer in support.
The Great Ecstasy of Robert CarmichaelIndependent filmsDirectorial debut filmsBritish filmsEnglish-language films2006 films

The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner
The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner (Ge. Die Große Ekstase des Bildschnitzers Steiner) is a 1974 documentary film by German filmmaker Werner Herzog. It is about celebrated ski-jumper Walter Steiner who works as a carpenter for his full-time occupation. Herzog has called it "one of my most important films."
The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver SteinerWest German films1970s documentary filmsGerman-language filmsDocumentary films about spiritualityGerman documentary films1974 films

An Ecstasy of Fumbling – The Definitive Anthology

An Ecstasy of Fumbling – The Definitive Anthology

A Melon for Ecstasy
A Melon for Ecstasy is a 1971 novel written by John Fortune and John Wells. The title is derived from a fictional Turkish proverb, "A woman for duty / A boy for pleasure / But a melon for ecstasy."
A Melon for Ecstasy1971 novelsEpistolary novelsAmerican comedy novelsBritish novels

The Ecstasy of Rita Joe
The Ecstasy of Rita Joe is a drama by George Ryga. The play, in two acts, premiered at the Vancouver Playhouse, November 23, 1967. It was directed by George Bloomfield. The play has an important place in the history of modern Canadian theatre, as it was one of the first to address issues relating to Aboriginal peoples. It recounts the story of a young Aboriginal woman in the city. The play opened the studio theatre of the National Arts Centre in 1969.
The Ecstasy of Rita JoeCanadian plays1967 playsFirst Nations theatre

She Killed in Ecstasy
She Killed in Ecstasy is a 1971 exploitation film written and directed by Jesús Franco under the pseudonym "Frank Hollmann".
She Killed in Ecstasy1971 films1970s horror filmsExploitation filmsFilms directed by Jesus Franco

Din of Ecstasy
Din of Ecstasy is the second studio album by singer-songwriter and guitarist, Chris Whitley. It was produced primarily by John Custer and Chris Whitley. The album was recorded by Steve Melton (assisted by Danny Kadar and Kent Bruce) and mixed by Toby Wright at Muscle Shoals Sound in Sheffield, Alabama as well as Baby Monster, Sony Music Studios, and Electric Lady Studios in New York City.
Din of EcstasyChris Whitley albums1995 albums

Holiday (The Magnetic Fields album)
Holiday is the third full album from The Magnetic Fields. The album was originally released in 1994 on Feel Good All Over. Merge Records reissued it in 1999.
Holiday (The Magnetic Fields album)1994 albumsMerge Records albumsThe Magnetic Fields albums

Ecstasy (play)
Ecstasy is a 1979 play by British playwright Mike Leigh with a six-character cast. It covers the life of four blue-collar friends living in a ratty area of London near Kilburn High Road and the drunken frustration in their lives, particularly that of the lead character Jean. Jean is a suicidal garage attendant who sleeps with unsuitable men, like Roy, drinks heavily and has abortions.
Ecstasy (play)1979 playsPlays by Mike Leigh

Take Ecstasy with Me/Get Up
Take Ecstasy with Me/Get Up is a 2005 EP by American dance-punk band !!!. Both tracks on the EP are covers. "Take Ecstasy with Me" is originally by The Magnetic Fields and appeared on the 1994 album Holiday, while "Get Up" is originally by Nate Dogg and appeared on the 2003 album Nate Dogg.
Take Ecstasy with Me/Get UpEnglish-language EPsTouch and Go Records EPs!!! EPs2005 EPs

3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy
3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy is a 2011 Hong Kong 3-D erotic costume drama film released in Hong Kong, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand on 14 April 2011. It is a new installment of the Sex and Zen series, but more dark and dramatic as well as occasionally paying homage to the humour of the original series.
3D Sex and Zen: Extreme EcstasySex and ZenHong Kong 3D films2011 films2010s 3D filmsCantonese-language filmsHong Kong filmsAdaptations of the Carnal Prayer MatErotic films

The Art of Sexual Ecstasy
The Art of Sexual Ecstasy is the best-known work of author Margot Anand. It presents the foundation of her method known as "SkyDancing Tantra". It has been translated into at least eleven languages and has gone through numerous printings. It is possibly the most popular book on Tantra addressed to a Western audience, and is notable for its use of concrete sexual exercises to demonstrate the often esoteric principles of Tantra.
The Art of Sexual EcstasySex manualsNeotantra

Vampire Ecstasy
Vampire Ecstasy is the debut studio album by Japanese Darkwave duo, Aural Vampire. The album was released independently on March 22, 2004.
Vampire Ecstasy2004 albums

In the Ecstasy of Billions
In the Ecstasy of Billions (German: Der Fluch der Menschheit, 2. Teil - Im Rausche der Milliarden) is a 1920 German film directed by Richard Eichberg and featuring Béla Lugosi. It was a sequel to The Curse of Man.
In the Ecstasy of BillionsBlack-and-white films1920 filmsGerman silent filmsFilms of the Weimar RepublicFilms directed by Richard Eichberg

Ecstasy of Saint Francis (Caravaggio)

Ecstasy of Saint Francis (Caravaggio)

Death by Ecstasy
Death by Ecstasy is a novella in the Known Space universe by Larry Niven. It is the first of five Gil Hamilton detective stories, and provides most of the backstory for the character. A belter, Owen Jennison, is found dead on Earth in a locked Los Angeles apartment. His death is an apparent suicide. Hamilton, a friend and former crewmate of Jennison, is called to the scene to investigate. He finds Owen with a droud plugged into the back of his head.
Death by EcstasyLocked room mysteriesKnown Space storiesShort stories by Larry Niven1968 short stories

The Politics of Ecstasy

The Politics of Ecstasy

Ecstasy and Me
Ecstasy and Me is the tell-all style autobiography of Austrian-born actress and scientist Hedy Lamarr, co-written with Leo Guild and Cy Rice and first published in 1966.
Ecstasy and MeAutobiographies1966 books

From the Ecstasy
From the Ecstasy is the full-length debut album from Brain Dead. Released only on cassette tape by Dark Journey Records in 1992. It was reissued in 2010 on CD and vinyl.
From the EcstasyAlbums by Malaysian artists1992 albumsDeath metal albums

Ecstasy (comics)
Ecstasy (Renee Deladier) is a super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe.
Ecstasy (comics)Fictional French peopleComics characters introduced in 1986Marvel Comics supervillains

Brief Ecstasy
Brief Ecstasy is a 1937 British drama film directed by Edmond T. Gréville and starring Paul Lukas, Hugh Williams, Linden Travers and Marie Ney.
Brief Ecstasy1937 filmsBritish drama filmsBritish films1930s drama filmsEnglish-language filmsEaling Studios films

The Agony Without the Ecstasy

The Agony Without the EcstasyFosca albums2000 EPs

King of Ecstasy
King of Ecstasy is the first compilation album and fourth album overall by rapper/DJ, Egyptian Lover. The album was released in 1989 for Egyptian Empire Records and featured his greatest hits from his previous three albums.
King of EcstasyAlbums produced by Egyptian Lover1989 compilation albumsEgyptian Lover albums

Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance
Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance is a collection of three novellas by Irvine Welsh.
Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical RomanceNovellas1996 short story collectionsEnglish-language filmsNovels by Irvine Welsh

Ecstasy (Steve Kuhn album)
Ecstasy is a solo album by American jazz pianist and composer Steve Kuhn recorded in 1974 and released on the ECM label.
Ecstasy (Steve Kuhn album)ECM Records albumsAlbums produced by Manfred Eicher1975 albumsSteve Kuhn albums

Ecstasy (Ohio Players album)
Ecstasy is the fourth studio album by The Ohio Players and the third released through the Westbound label. The album was produced by the band, and arranged by Walter "Junie" Morrison. The cover photo was taken by Joel Brodsky.
Ecstasy (Ohio Players album)Rhythm and blues albumsOhio Players albumsWestbound Records albumsAlbums with cover art by Joel Brodsky1973 albumsSoul albums

Ecstasy of the Angels
Ecstasy of the Angels is a later, more political, pink film directed by Kōji Wakamatsu.
Ecstasy of the AngelsFilms directed by Kōji Wakamatsu1972 filmsJapanese filmsPink filmsErotic films

An Ecstasy of Fumbling – The Definitive Anthology
"An Ecstasy of Fumbling - The Definitive Anthology" was the third compilation album by Welsh rock band Budgie. The album contained two discs and featured songs from their first album, Budgie, to their tenth, Deliver Us from Evil. The album also features one rare track, "Beautiful Lies", that has never featured on any other Budgie album, as well as two live tracks. The title of the album is taken from the Wilfred Owen poem, "Dulce et Decorum est."
An Ecstasy of Fumbling – The Definitive Anthology1996 compilation albumsBudgie albumsAlbums with cover art by Roger Dean