One Love is a non-album single by The Stone Roses. The single was released in the UK, U.S., Australia, Germany, Japan, Spain, and France, peaking at #4 in the Roses' home country of the UK, their highest charting single up until that time. "One Love" is also available on the 1992 compilation Turns Into Stone, and the 2002 release The Very Best of The Stone Roses.
One Love is the name of an album by the English boy band Blue, released in 2002.
One Love was the seventh single released by the British electronica/rave act The Prodigy in October 1993. It was the first single from the album Music For the Jilted Generation.
"One Love" is a 1995 single by rapper Nas from his debut album, Illmatic. In the song, Nas translates the contents of a letter addressed to his incarcerated friends. The song contains an acknowledgment to childhood friend Cormega in the lines "What up wit' Cormega?/ Did you see him?/ were y'all together?"
One Love is the debut album of American Idol contestant Kimberley Locke.
"One Love/People Get Ready" is a song by Bob Marley & The Wailers from their 1977 album Exodus and it has also been released on many of his compilation albums. It has become one of the most influential and known reggae songs ever. The song expressed Bob's beliefs of global unity.
ONE LOVE is the 6th released album from the Japanese rock band, GLAY. This album marks a milestone in GLAY's musical history as it was their first album to explore a wide range of genres, have song compositions from each member (except vocalist, Teru), and it marked the high point of GLAY's popularity in Japan.
One Love is an album released by R&B quintet New Edition on the Bad Boy label in 2004. It was the group's first album as a quintet since 1988's Heart Break, and the first album since Brown's second departure from the group following their tour seven years before. It was also the first album the group recorded without their longtime label MCA.
"One Love" was written by Richard Carpenter and John Bettis in the late 1960s, when they had jobs at Disneyland. The song was released as track 8 (Side 2, Track 3) on the album "Carpenters" in 1971. On the television series, "Make Your Own Kind Of Music", both Karen and Richard perform the song, and instead of an oboe solo like the album cut, Richard has a piano solo.