"All Touch" opens this album with a wallop right to the libido, a powerful statement that this Canadian band strove for but didn't quite pull off on its debut from the previous year. Songwriters Carole Pope and Kevan Staples seem to have matured between albums. Sexual politics remain their obsession, which is reflected by song titles such as "Bodies in Collision," "Prisoner of My Skin," and "Fakin' It." Helping with the singing is Dusty Springfield, who was in a relationship with Pope at the time.
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AllMusic Review by Mark Allan