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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1986
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B003USVBZW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)

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Hey I like Sammy, I really do.
Johny Bottom
Every various artist compilation and even a couple of Samantha Fox 12" compilations have always included the "blue mix", which is the b-side to the original 12" mix.
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Hit play & it brought back so many memories!!!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 9, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This album is a real classic, i like all the songs.They're partly dancy partly soft. I like especially "I'm all you need" which is a really sweet luvsong and "Touch me"(your heartbeat next to mine...) of course. It's very unfair to say she's no musician and sells sex! If you really listen to her songs on the album you'll see that most of them are lovesongs and not primarily sex orientated!Get rid of your prejudices and listen to the cd!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 2, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This debut album by one of the sexiest ladies of the 80s stands as a classic up to this day! "Touch me" is one of the most memorable dance songs of the decade past, and its sexy Europop beat still shakes up dance-floors worldwide on retro night. Other classic tracks include "Do you wanna please me" and "he's got sex". Samantha Fox fuses rock and dance, in the way that only she can! Absolutely fabulous!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on November 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
When I was watching the MTV Top 20, I saw that the #1 single on the UK charts was held by a hot blonde named Samantha Fox, with a real naughty title. After seeing the video, I thought, yup, gotta get this and mail Tipper Gore the lyrics, including the hungry moans midsong. The album wasn't out yet Stateside and after learning that she used to be a topless model, a Page 3 girl in the Sun, I felt like a reader peering at page 3 through a peephole in page 1. Touch Me sports a mix of rock guitar and synth pop, with Foxy displaying the nicer side
"I'm All You Need" is more keyboard pop than the hard-driving soft-X rocker before, and shows her nice girl side.
The imagination requires little to find out why Sam sings "Suzie, Don't Leave Me With Your Boyfriend". It's a confessional to the title girl of what happened between Sam and him last night, and they weren't going over his stamp collection. This features a nice punchy brass section and catchy rhythm throughout. However, in spilling things out and still wanting to maintain her friendship with Suze, I kind of wonder if there's a subtle hint that she wants to take the guy for herself.
"Wild Kinda Love" is another synthesizer and hard guitar dance track, and the kind of love and life she wants of living fast and feeling good like the boys. No Jane Austen books on this chick's library, for sure. She's quite the tomboy here, "I'm gonna break the rules the boys won't play by."
Then comes another standout track, the early Elvis-style rocker of "Hold On Tight", down to the guitar. There's a nod to the Stray Cats and Big Joe Turner: "We're going to rock this town, we;re going to watch it rattle and roll.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 18, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I find this album the be enjoyable but a little retro. I was two years old when this came out.The songs are fun ,but the ones that sound the best for this year are: TOUCH ME, DO YA DO YA WANNA PLEASE ME, ROCKIN' THE CITY,and HE'S GOT SEX. Those songs have managed to remain sounding fresh because those are the least generic songs. ALL of her albums after this are much better than this one. Buy them all if you are a true Samantha Fox fan. SIGNED 17 YEAR OLD MUSIC FAN.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Clulow on December 11, 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
"Touch Me" was Samantha Fox's first album and was released in 1986. The album produced 4 hit singles, "Touch Me", "Do Ya Do Ya", "Hold on Tight" and "I'm All You Need".

The original vinyl LP contained 10 songs but not long after its release, the record company felt it needed a couple of stronger album tracks. So "Want You To Want Me" and "Rockin' In The City" were recorded and relegated "It's Only Love" and "Drop Me A Line" to join the non-album tracks, "Tonight's The Night" and "Never Gonna Fall in Love Again", for use as b-sides for the singles mentioned above in different countries.

"I'm All You Need" and the great album track "Baby I'm Lost For Words" are 2 songs that show Samantha tackling some more serious material and vocally extending her, hinting at the better and stronger sound that was to come on her next album.

This re-release of "Touch Me" contains all 14 songs that were recorded by Samantha Fox in 1985 and 1986, as well as several extended and remixed versions of the first 3 singles. I believe the Fox Hunt Mix should have been omitted though from this release and its place taken by both the single mix and 12" version of "I'm All You Need".

"Touch Me" is a must have for both fans of Samantha Fox and those who have a love of great 80s music.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ivan Ramirez V on September 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Le me explain why the 3 in rating it: First, it is not a top record from the 80's if we compare it to such records from Whitney Houston, Celine Dion or Debbie Gibson and specially because Samantha Fox did not commit to music since the very beginning. This is a enjoyable rock and roll based record, with catchy and memorable melodies and a good voice by Fox. I enjoy it a lot since I am very attached to 80's music. For what is worth, Samantha's best releases are the first two. So if you like 80's pop with good melodies and a full charge of hits go and get this one! You will enjoy it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
SAMANTHA'S DEBUT IS NOT BAD AT ALL. THE SONGS THAT ARE NOT NAUGHTY ARE SONGS ABOUT ROMANCE, SO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS CD, DON'T HISITATE TO BUY IT. IF YOU WANT HARDER ROCKING ALBUMS I STRONGLY SUGGEST PURCASING THESE 3 GEMS FROM LITA FORD: LITA FORD-"STILETTO",LITA FORD-"DANGEROUS CURVES"& LITA FORD-"DANCIN' ON THE EDGE". THESE SUGGESTIONS SHOULD BE HELPFUL TO YOU.ENJOY ! SIGNED... MUSIC FAN.
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