Released: 4th November 2002.
Blue return with "One Love" - an album simple and predictable in places, that at times manages to surprise with a quality R&B song.
Only a few tracks really stand out. The exotic feel of "Right Here Waiting" makes it something different, while new single "Sorry Seems To be The Hardest Word" is an excellent cover that actually features old Elton himself. "Supersexual" is also a very catchy track, however the best songs have to be "Get Down" and "Privacy", which although sounding a bit too American, Blue find themselves sounding comfortable and natural, finding an R&B style that works well.
Despite a few ace tracks, there are far too many tracks which are Blue By Numbers and seem to be instantly forgotten. "Ain't Got You", "Invitation" and "Riders" are all guilty of this, while "Like A Friend" is an awful way to end an album.
It's a good enough second album, but the lack of quality single potential will let Blue down greatly in the future. High quality songs need to be an average, not an exception.