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Samantha Fox [Import]

Samantha Fox Audio CD
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Samantha Fox + I Wanna Have Some Fun (2CD deluxe) + Touch Me (2CD deluxe)
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1. Surrender (To The Spirit Of The Night)
2. I Promise You
3. Naughty Girls
4. True Devotion
5. (I Cna't Get No) Satisfaction
6. Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now
7. If Music Be The Food Of Love
8. That Sensation
9. Dream City
10. The Best Is Yet To Come

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Deluxe expanded edition of this 1987 album from the British Pop/Dance vocalist including six bonus tracks! Samantha Fox was a popular Page Three girl in the UK, known for posing topless and displaying her...er... assets. Because of her popularity, a recording contract was the obvious next step and Samantha Fox became a Europop sensation all over the globe, even in countries that were not familiar with her modeling past. Features 16 tracks including 'I Surrender (To The Spirit Of The Night', 'Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)', 'Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now' and many more.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Pop goes the Fox! Sophomore effort is brill! Nov. 4 2003
Format:Audio CD
Comparing Samantha Fox's sophomore release to her debut is like comparing almond whirl to raspberry ripple ice cream-two totally different flavours. The majority of the tracks was produced by Steve Lovell and Steve Power, and with the exception of two tracks, showed Foxy moving more towards a pure pop direction, ditching the rebellious slamming rock-keyboards from Touch Me in the dustbin.
Yet there's a final bow at the latter style, from the second single, "I Surrender (To The Spirit Of The Night)", whose guitars and keyboards, thumping drums, and rhythm mimic "Touch Me". I can imagine that this or the "Touch me" song were candidates for Foxy's breakout single and "I Surrender" lost the coin toss. There's still a lot of energy in this number though.
"I Promise You" demonstrates Foxy's shift to really skippy bubblegum pop and not necessarily the S-A-W type, although she does dip her toe in that on one song. Lovell and Power's production is just as infectious and the chorus has a tempo and intensity to match.
Then comes "Naughty Girls (Need Love Too), her second big hit in the US--where she dips her toe in the 80's hip-hop of Full Force, who helped out Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam. She would do some more of this in I Wanna Have Some Fun.
"True Devotion" sports the same synths and haunting atmospheric sounds as the Cars' "Drive", and I often compare the two. There's a cogent comparison in this line: "Yesterday's dreams like old magazines/they lie beside the bed." She can handle ballads well enough, with the limited depth of her voice.
Whether one will like her slowed down version of the Stones' "I Can't Get No Satisfaction", with backing soulful vocals and some grinding guitars and funky synths will depend on if one is a Stones fan first.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Naughty girl.... Oct. 30 2003
Format:Audio CD
I still like samatha fox. Touch me, I wanna have some fun,and the BIG naughty girl's need love too. Everytime I play theses it takes me back to 1987-88 5th grade. Cool tracks. they are defenetly lates 80's classics....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Daring Samantha Fox Aug. 22 2012
By Stella Carrier TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
"Samantha Fox Deluxe Edition" contains catchy hits that are reminiscent of 80's party music. I first became acquainted with her music around 2001 when I heard "I Wanna Have Some Fun" on an 80's compilation. Around five-six years ago one of her songs was featured on a VH1 television show and I saw her in a video featured with Swedish musician Gunther. My husband played to me a World of Warcraft video that featured Gunther's music. I decided to get her cd from Amazon UK when I had purchased another cd and her collection came under the "customers also purchase" section. This two cd collection turned out to be a good purchase. The first cd includes seventeen tracks, with seven of those being bonus songs. "Dream City","The Best Is Yet To Come", and "The Right Stuff" are some of the quirky music tunes on this cd. Disc two includes thirteen songs that are variations of remixes. "Samantha Fox Deluxe Edition" is best for those who like 80's party music.
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