I don't think I've ever posted any kind of cheesecake on this website that wasn't actually part of a review or news item. But this is pretty muchly pure cheesecake. It's a lesson in economics, name imports and exports.
Example A is, probably, my favorite British export:
Just in case you don't recognize her from that picture, this may ring a bell:
That top pic is the closest I'll get to any of her more risque photos. Samantha Fox could actually sing, as well. Most of her material had a thematic relationship to her breakout work as a topless model.
In fact, Fox's work was arguably the most sexually explicit of any mainstream artist, until Madonna decided to go all out.
Beyond the mature content of her music, videos and pictures; Fox does have a legitimate claim to a musical influence in America: She was one of the first artists to bring Europe's version of "House Music" to America. House Music, typified by a heavy synthesizer back beat combined with funk or R&B melody lines, originated in America. While this music style was popular and common in clubs in Detroit and Chicago and along the West Coast it never gained mainstream appeal. House Music migrated to Europe by the mid-eighties where it heavily influenced techno and eventually crossed back to the U.S.
Samantha Fox's House-influenced music included Naughty Girls Need Love, Too, I Wanna Have Some Fun, Love House, and Confession. While none of these songs would really be considered shining examples of House, they represented a pretty unique sound on Top 40 radio.
Samantha is still performing, although her last hit was 1998's Santa Maria.
Forty-five years old, she still performs in bodysuits, and doesn't shy away from her sex-oriented early career:
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