'One Touch' is the debut album from Britain's finest pop/r&b/soul album in years. With the maximum age of the girls at 16, these girls have a bright future ahead of them if this album is anything to go by. 'One Touch' combines amazing vocal ability with purely outstanding tracks. Kicking off with the fantastic debut single Overload, the songs just keep getting better and better. One foot in sounds like something from Destinys Child, where Same Old Story just explodes with garage. The tempo slows down in the next three tracks, which is where, in my opinion, the Sugababes really shine. Just Let It Go, Look at Me and Soul Sound talk about Independance from Parents and Moving on from Heartache. Simply superb! The title track One Touch does not quiet shine as much as the others, as does Lush Life,but are still strong. But things pick up again with the fast & funky Real thing, and the sexy, sultry and sassy New Year ( which was the Xmas single.) Promises is slightly spooky at times, particularly due to the vocal style of the girls. But still excellent. The final song, Run for Cover is completely different. Combining pianos and strings in an up-tempo, this song shows that Sugababes really do have the potential to go on and be the Next Spice Girls. All in all, this album just leaves you dazzled. Perhaps the most noticable thing on the album is the class of the girls themselves. They're not miming, and smiling cheesily at the cameras, but are sexy, sophisticated and sultry. As they say in New Year, they really are 'older than their years.' One Touch combines pop,soul and R&B in a unique and outstanding new sound. They are the polished version of All Saints, and with the right publicity and radio play, can be the next Spice Girls. Their music is 100 times better than any band around and in time will get the recognition it deserves. I simply can not speak highly enough of this album. Go buy it, if you are rading this, and see if you agree. I'm sure you will!