Who follows an insanely impudent single called ”Hurt Me Hurt Me (But the Pants Stay On)” with a medley of two of disco’s most X-rated hits ever (Andrea True Connection’s ”More, More, More” and Donna Summer’s ”Love to Love You Baby”)? Samantha fox, a smart Cockney hussy, who ensures right off that we hear her fourth album, Just One Night, as a G-spot manifesto. She’s hilarious; Madonna should retire to a convent. A
Just One Night Who follows an insanely impudent single called ''Hurt Me Hurt Me (But the Pants Stay On)'' with a medley of two of disco's most X-rated hits ever ...Just One NightPop Who follows an insanely impudent single called ''Hurt Me Hurt Me (But the Pants Stay On)'' with a medley of two of disco's most X-rated hits ever ...1991-05-31
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: Samantha Fox; Producer (group): Jive Records, RCA
Posted May 31 1991 — 12:00 AM EDT
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