Recorded in Germany, \'Love to Love You, Baby\', notable for its eye-watering 23 seconds of faked orgasm, which Donna Summer performed gyrating suggestively with her microphone stand, was considered so shocking that it was banned by the BBC and by radio stations in the United States. Donna Summer later claimed to have been so embarrassed recording it that she demanded to be left alone in the studio with the lights dimmed, and she recalled that when she performed it live, it provoked riots: \"I was in a tent in Italy, 5,000 men, almost no women and I was doing Love to Love You, Baby and I was fairly scantily clad... And the guys got so... wrapped up they began to push the stage back. And I had to run off the stage to my trailer out the back. And they came to the trailer and started to rock it. Five thousand guys in a little village in Italy! I just thought \'I\'m going to die today, I\'m not going to get out of here\'.\"