One Love (Kimberley Locke album)

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One Love
Studio album by Kimberley Locke
Released May 4, 2004 (U.S.), (CAN)
June 23, 2004 (JPN)
August 9, 2004 (U.K.)
Recorded 2003 - 2004
Genre Adult contemporary pop/R&B
Length 45:36 (U.S.), (CAN), (U.K.)
53:05 (JPN)
Label Curb Records (U.S.)
EMI Music Canada (CAN)
Columbia Music (JPN)
London Records (U.K.)
Producer Bryan Stewart, Kimberley Locke
Kimberley Locke chronology
One Love
(2004)
Based on a True Story
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
One Stop Review B−[2]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[3]

One Love is the debut album of American Idol contestant Kimberley Locke. According to SoundScan, total sales of the album to date is approximately 213,000 copies.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "8th World Wonder"   Kyle Jacobs 3:59
2. "Have You Ever Been in Love"   Steve Booker, Steve Mac 4:17
3. "Wrong"   Kaci, Tiffany Arbuckle Lee, Matt Bronleewe 3:17
4. "I Could"   Kari Kimmel, Thad Beaty, Dan Muckala 4:20
5. "Without You"" (Featuring Clay Aiken) Samantha Cole, David Foster, Richard Marx 4:31
6. "It's Alright"   Rob Fusari, Balewa Muhammad, Falonte Moore, Jayne Digregori 3:19
7. "Coulda Been"   Guy Roche, Shelly Peiken 3:45
8. "Before"   Aaron Sain 3:54
9. "You've Changed"   Kimberley Locke, Shannon Sanders, Drew Ramsey 3:23
10. "Now I Can Fly"   Mark Feist, Damon Sharpe 3:47
11. "I Can't Make You Love Me"   Mike Reid, Allen Shamblin 3:22
12. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"   Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg 3:45

International editions[edit]

On June 23, 2004, "One Love" was released in the Japanese market through Columbia Music Entertainment. It features the same track order as the American release, but includes 2 remixes of the lead single, "8th World Wonder" as bonus tracks (Hi-Bias radio edit and Elektrik Kompany radio edit).

Another version of the album was also released in the UK through London Records on August 9, 2004. It features the same songs as the original American release, however in a different order and with a different album cover.

Sales[edit]

Album (North America)

Year Country Sales Certification
2004 USA 213,000 N/A

In its first week the album debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at number 16 with 56,727 copies sold.[4]

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Charts (2004) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Internet Albums 4
U.S. Billboard 200 16
U.S. Billboard Comprehensive Albums 16

Singles[edit]

Charting year Single Charts Peak
position
2004 8th World Wonder U.S. Hot Singles Sales 1
U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales 1 1
U.S. Adult Contemporary 6
U.S. Top Selling Singles of 2004 7
U.S. Adult Contemporary Recurrents 10
U.S. Top Adult Contemporary Songs of 2004 14
Canadian Adult Contemporary 16
U.S. Top 40 Mainstream 19
U.S. Top 40 Tracks 29
U.S. Adult Top 40 36
U.S. Hot 100 49
UK Singles Chart 49
U.S. Hot 100 Airplay 61
Wrong U.S. Top 40 Mainstream 39
2005 Coulda Been UK Singles Chart 90
I Could U.S. Adult Contemporary 8
Canadian Adult Contemporary 18
U.S. Top Adult Contemporary Songs of 2005 19

1 8th World Wonder: The Remixes maxi-single.

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