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One Love (2004)

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One Love is the seventh studio album by American R&B group New Edition, released by Bad Boy/Universal Records in 2004.

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 The making of the album
By 2002, New Edition were performing as the quintet of Ralph Tresvant, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe, Michael Bivins and Johnny Gill, but they hadn't recorded a new studio album since 1996's Home Again. After having successfully fought to get out of their long term contract with MCA Records , the re-energized group signed with Bad Boy Records the same year. It, however, took nearly two years for the album to be released, as the group struggled with Sean Combs, Bad Boy CEO, over creative control. The album, titled One Love, was finally released in November 2004.
On December 16, 2011 the album was digitally re-released to mark its 7th anniversary.

 Release and reaction
Early buzz and hype over the new album led to One Love debuting at number twelve on the Billboard 200 and number five on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The group, however, wasn't pleased when "Hot 2Nite" (which they felt didn't cater to their maturing audience) was chosen to be the albums first single without their consent. The song peaked at an underwhelming number thirty five on Billboard's R&B singles chart, and number eighty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The underwhelming public reception of the album and its first single led to there being no more released, while label promotion for the album as a whole was stifled. Angered over Bad Boy's neglect, the group asked to be let go of their contract, which finally culminated in November 2005. Despite the One Love's failure to live up to commercial expectation, it was certified gold. After the situation with Bad Boy the group soldiered on and kept on touring throughout 2005-2007. After this album original member Bobby Brown officially returned to the group making the group a sextet again.

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Standard edition
# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Conference Call New Edition       01:40
1-2 Been So Long New Edition       04:23
1-3 Hot 2Nite New Edition       03:23
1-4 Sexy Lady New Edition       04:27
1-5 Last Time New Edition       02:46
1-6 All on You New Edition       03:32
1-7 Wildest Dream New Edition       04:13
1-8 Start Turnin' Me On New Edition       03:38
1-9 Love Again New Edition       04:17
1-10 One Love Interlude New Edition       02:00
1-11 That's Why I Lied New Edition       03:55
1-12 Come Home With Me New Edition       04:07
1-13 Best Man New Edition       03:56
1-14 Re-Write the Memories New Edition       04:31
1-15 Newness New Edition       05:27
1-16 Feelin' It New Edition       03:52
1-17 Leave Me New Edition       04:05

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "One Love (New Edition album)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.