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Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of the British bombshell's 1988 album. I Wanna Have Some Fun features three UK hit singles, "Love House" (#32), a Stock Aitken Waterman-produced cover of the Dusty Springfield classic "I Only Wanna Be with You" (#16), and the title track - Samantha's second collaboration with Full Force, which hit #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her third US Top 10 hit in two years. Digitally remastered direct from the master tapes, this edition brings together the original 12-track album with 21 bonus tracks across two CDs. Many sought-after and previously unavailable mixes feature alongside Samantha's featured appearance on the Full Force single "All I Wanna Do" and two unreleased tracks recorded for the album but ultimately shelved - the Fred Zarr-produced "Shout It Out" and Stock Aitken Waterman's "Too Late to Say Goodbye", subsequently recorded by Jason Donovan for his debut album "Ten Good Reasons". Cherry Pop.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Wanna Have Some Fun
  2. Love House
  3. Your House or My House
  4. Next to Me
  5. Ready for This Love
  6. Confession
  7. I Only Wanna Be with You
  8. You Started Something
  9. One in a Million
  10. Walking on Air
  11. Hot for You
  12. Out of Our Hands
  13. Don't Cheat on Me
  14. Lovin' Don't Grow on Trees
  15. All I Wanna Do - with Full Forc-Single Edit
  16. Too Late to Say Goodbye
  17. Giving Me a Hard Time
  18. Shout It Out
  19. Ready for This Love-7" Mix
  20. Love House-The Black Pyramid Mix
  21. Your House or My House-Extended Version
  22. I Only Wanna Be with You-Extended Version
  23. I Wanna Have Some Fun-Extended Version
  24. Lovin' Don't Grow on Trees-Extended Version
  25. Love House-The Chicago House Jam Mix
  26. I Only Wanna Be with You-12" Mix
  27. I Wanna Have Some Fun-Sample Some Fun Mix
  28. Love House-Coldest Mix
  29. All I Wanna Do - with Full Force-Ff Remix
  30. Love House -DJ Pierre Mix
  31. I Wanna Have Some Fun-Alternative Fun Mix
  32. I Only Wanna Be with You-Instrumental


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 3, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Cherry Pop
  • ASIN: B007XCH178
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,988 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Richard A. Shidler on May 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is one of Sam's best albums and probably will be the one that people remember her by. It starts off with the song that almost everyone knows "I Wanna Have Some Fun." Next is "Love House" one of my favorite Sammy songs. "Your House Or My House" is sure to get your party going and "Ready For This Love" is perky pop of the best kind. "Next To Me" is a laid back ditty that sounds good anyway you listen to it. Sam's remake "I Only Wanna Be With You" has become a classic for her (I still hear it on the radio 11 years later!), and the rest of the CD is just as good. This album really surprised a lot of people who didn't believe in Sam, but this album helped prove them wrong.
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When you start playing this album, and you DON'T hear "Hello, it's me again", you know something is wrong. As the other two reviewers noted, you don't get the original album version of the title track on this CD. Why? If the so-called bonus track of the song is so similar to the original album cut, why not re-release the album as it was made, and then put the shorter single version as a bonus track?

I have yet to find any Wounded Bird release that doesn't have some serious problems when compared to the original album.
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When Samantha Fox released this album in the late 80's, she reached the peak of her popularity. It spawned three succesful singles (the title track, "I Only Wanna Be With You" and "Love House"), and heralded her first-ever world tour.
What surprises the most with this album is how good it still sounds today. The big variety of producers makes it for quality listening, and it's an album that doesn't stall on the same sound twice. Most people were turned off by the fact that Samantha was a former porn star, and that she didn't have the most powerful voice in the world, but hey, she could still carry a pop tune and make you feel what it's about.
There were many, many great moments on this album. Of course, the three singles were fantastic ("Love House" was even totally ripped by Madonna on her classic "Vogue" single - same beat, same funky piano solo near the end), but I always wondered why there weren't more singles from the album. "Ready For This Love" in particular is a magnificent pop song, highly danceable and almost euphorical; if this one doesn't put you in a good mood, then chances are you're already dead. "One In A Million" was also a very catchy dance song, very energetic; and "Hot For You" was arguably one of the album's best songs, adding a surprising rock and roll touch to an album that was mostly dance and pop. It was a nice reminder that Samantha had initially opted for a rock and roll orientation for her career. "Confession" is also a standout, with its ambiant mood and dark edge. And the closer, the beautiful rock ballad "Out Of Our Hands", proved that she had the versatility to do a great job on ballads.
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While I Wanna Have Some Fun continues to trade on Samantha Fox's frank sex appeal, it does expand her stylistic palette a bit. So while the Full Force-penned title track (and hit single) starts with some sexy-accented come-hitherness from Fox ("Don't you know it's hard to keep a good woman down?"), and continues through a freestyle-lite arrangement that offers plenty of cheekiness, Fun also includes a relatively straightforward version of the pop classic "I Only Want to Be With You." For all her vocal shortcomings, it's obvious (to the point of over-singing) that Fox is trying very hard on the cut. Her bid to be the next Dusty Springfield is eventually undercut by a spazzy synth arrangement, but Fox doesn't quit, segueing boldly into the lighthearted "You Started Something." What's interesting about these songs, in the context of I Wanna Have Some Fun, is that they're actual songs. On an album of extended teases like "Your House or My House" and "Hot for You" -- which are both populated by hokey, heavy breathing and a heap of grinding double entendre -- Fox's attempt at real depth is admirable thus making for a pleasant listening experience overall.
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The albums before this were slight flirtation of pop dance fun, but this album brings it all home. Samantha brings her talents to the table big time on this album which is just more than straightforward dance excess. It's full of new kinds of music that will move you in some way. It's a dance movement rather than just some record.
Sam's biggest hits come Full Force and courtesy of the group as well with the femme fatales call to party in "I Wanna Have Some Fun". I think maybe the single edit works better because a back ground singer saying those few lines just makes the song drag. Still it's a pretty cool song with R&B pop hooks. Samantha also makes some heat on the super sexy "Next To Me" with Full Force working as a background group. It's energy in R&B form as she sings "touch me baby" and Full Force echoing "I Need To Feel Your Body". It's not "Touch Me" but a new dance groove. The innocent but naughty fun pop of songs like "Love House" and "Your House or My House" brings American house and British pop together. Even more cutesy dance tunes can be found like on Stock, Atiken and Waterman soundalikes such as the blissful "Walking On Air" and "Ready For This Love". The SAW team actually work their magic on two tracks. Most notably a very peppy "I Only Want To Be With You". Three of the most experimental tracks are really the best. The pure rock and roll excess on this strictly pop album of "Hot For You" is a nice touch. Sounds like something that would have made "Touch Me" a better debut. The co-written "Confession" is an out of mind dance record with experimental beats that just can't be classified as dance pop.
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