Just One Night is the fourth album by British model-turned-singer Samantha Fox. For this 1991 release, she once again enlisted longtime collaborators Full Force as producers on several tracks, and also worked with Robert Clivillés and David Cole of C+C Music Factory. The album continued Samantha Fox's experimentation with early 1990s house, hip-hop, dance and freestyle music. The first single, "(Hurt Me, Hurt Me) But the Pants Stay On" had some radio airplay but failed to receive much attention. The album's second single, "Another Woman (Too Many People)", remixed for radio, charted moderately in some Continental European countries. The radio remix of "Another Woman (Too Many People)", along with the third single, "Just One Night", and fourth single, "Spirit Of America", featuring a guitar solo by Glenn Tipton of Judas Priest, were subsequently included in the track listing for her 1992 "Greatest Hits" release.
The album was reissued in 2012 as a double-cd special edition by Cherry Red Records in the U.K., with additional bonus tracks and remixes.