This universe centers around a classy club called Heaven and the men who dance there.
Included in this universe are (1) "Heaven's Only Haven", (2) "Youthful Iniquity", (3) "Master", (4)"A Poet's Lips", and (5) "Should Have Said No".
Heaven's Only Haven (Vincent Valentine/Cid Highwind) There's a little club in Neibleheim that is the closest thing to Heaven on earth. Unfortunately for dancer Vincent Valentine (stage name: "Sin"), his father's club is going belly-up unless he can pull it out of its financial rut. Enter one Cid Highwind, business mogul, who catches Sin's act one night. Cid always gets what he wants --and he wants Sin. For a while it seems that all of their problems are solved, until an old enemy bent on revenge thinks Sin is the ticket to it. And he might just be right...!
Youthful Iniquity (Vincent Valentine/Sephiroth) t's funny how much more you want to try something when you know you shouldn't. That's how Vincent and Sephiroth find themselves partaking in great quantities of youthful iniquities.
Master (Vincent Valentine/Cloud Strife) Vincent knew better than to get involved with the cute blond dancer. Too bad Cloud didn't know better than to mess with Sin...
A Poet's Lips (Vincent Valentine/Angeal Hewley) Angeal was in a relationship and so was Vincent. But nothing could still Vincent's fascination with the poet's lips that taunted him and Angeal was fed up with being ignored...
Should Have Said No (Vincent Valentine/Angeal Hewley/Genesis Rhapsodos) It's funny how much he thinks he should have said "no", especially since he's pretty sure he's lying to himself...
The funny thing about a universe like the Heaven Universe is that any club-based story involves tons of music!
"Heaven's Only Haven" :
"Black Velvet" by Alannah Myles V's first routine was to this one! It's in chapter three.
"Threesome" by Fenix TX It's obvious in the plot. Promise.
"Smooth" by Santana feat. Rob Thomas V's second routine. Chapter five of the story.
"Circus" by Brittney Spears V's third routine. Chapter seven, I believe.
"Last Legal Drug" by Korn When it comes to writing a story set primarily in a strip-club, it stands to reason that someone else will be dancing too... this song is for one of the other dancers, haha.
"Bad Girlfriend" by Theory of a Deadman I've got one fem dancer in that club. Guess who~
"Crowded Elevator" by Incubus Hint: it'll be more than one guy, clear through. If you know the song, you might be able to guess, haha.
"Fever" by Adam Lambert Not giving away whose song this will be... I will say I already know the costume and part of the routine~
"Move Your Body" by My Darkest Days Got a pretty dancer to move his body to this one, too...