One Touch is the debut album by English girl group Sugababes (in the line-up now known as Mutya Keisha Siobhan), released by London Records in the UK on 27 November 2000 and the following month in most other European territories. The trio worked with producer Cameron McVey on the majority of the album, which produced four Top 40 hits, including the hit "Overload", and "Run for Cover".
Despite peaking at number 26 in the UK Album Charts and being certified Gold by the BPI, and faring even better in German-speaking Europe, where it reached the top ten in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, the sales of One Touch did not meet London Records' expectations, and the group eventually got dropped in Autumn 2001, making it their only release with the label. In addition, it became the group's only album with the group's original line-up. Siobhán Donaghy left the group in 2001. She initially stating that she wanted to pursue a fashion career, but was eventually diagnosed with clinical depression amid reports of in-fighting between the Sugababes members.
In a March 2009 interview with Ponystep, former Sugababe Mutya Buena revealed that she thinks One Touch is the band's best work and that she still listens to it. Donaghy has also stated in a separate interview that the album had been "ahead of its time."
In January 2012 Emeli Sandé confirmed on MTV news that she is in the process of writing songs for the original line up of Sugababes. On 21 July it was confirmed by all 3 members that they had reformed under the new name of Mutya Keisha Siobhan, or simply MKS.
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