"Touch Me", the classic 1986 debut album from perennial pop icon and pin-up Samantha Fox, is given a Deluxe Edition reissue on Cherry Pop. "Touch Me" features four UK hit singles: the international smash "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" (#3 UK and #4 US), "Do Ya Do Ya (Wanna Please Me)" (#10 UK), "Hold On Tight" and "I m All You Need". Immediately establishing Samantha s signature pop-rock sound, the album was certified gold on its original release, reaching #17 in the UK and #24 in the US. Digitally remastered direct from the master tapes, this Deluxe Edition brings together the original 10-track album with an incredible 27 bonus tracks across two CDs. Presented together with Samantha s later work and on CD for the very first time are her early recordings for Lamborghini Records with her first band SFX - "Rockin With My Radio", "Aim To Win" and "Holding". Bonus tracks also include rare B-sides and many sought-after 12" mixes, the majority of which have never before been released on CD. Compiled with personal input from Samantha herself, the extensive booklet also features reversible cover art, many additional photos, a fully illustrated discography and recording data, full lyrics and new sleeve notes written especially for this release. The only British female artist to score three Top Ten hits on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1980s, Samantha Fox made her name as the nation s favourite Page Three girl before launching an enviable music career. The anthemic "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" became a global chart-topper in 1986 and was followed by a succession of hits, including several collaborations with both the legendary Stock Aitken Waterman and US hip-hop pioneers Full Force. Samantha remains a household name, with a new album planned for 2012 and live dates across Europe. "Touch Me" coincides with accompanying Deluxe Editions of Sam s other three Jive albums: 1987 s "Samantha Fox", 1989 s "I Wanna Have Some Fun" and 1991 s "Just One Night", and follows many other popular PWL-related reissues on Cherry Pop from artists such as Mel & Kim, Sinitta, Hazell Dean, Sonia, Boy Krazy, Brother Beyond, Pepsi & Shirlie and O chi Brown.
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