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This Scottish trio offered a commercial, beautiful, dreamy expression of the early 90's UK obsession with spacey ambient "chill out" music, as practiced by The Orb and Sven Väth among others. Fronted by vocalist Dot Allison, One Dove released five singles (including "Why Don't You Take Me", "Breakdown" and "White Love") plus had their song "Fallen" featured in the soundtrack to the trashy cult classic "Showgirls". They released their sole album Morning Dove White in 1993.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Fallen - (7:16) - 939 plays
- Breakdown - Radio Mix - (5:33) - 210 plays
- Why Don't You Take Me - (3:39) - 272 plays
- Sirens - (6:31) - 245 plays
- My Friend - (6:58) - 282 plays
- There Goes the Cure - (8:01) - 209 plays
- White Love (radio mix) - (4:39) - 253 plays
- White Love (Guitar Paradise mix) - (10:12) - 199 plays
- Breakdown (Cellophane Boat mix) - (6:37) - 379 plays
- White Love - Radio Mix - (4:40) - 186 plays
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