Morning Dove White is the only album from club-oriented Scottish alternative dance act One Dove. The album was released in 1993. The songs "Breakdown", "Fallen", "(The Transient) Truth", "White Love", and "Why Don't You Take Me" were released as singles or 12" singles before the album came out and were very popular, building anticipation for the album which was delayed because of label politics. Their second album was practically complete by 1996 but due to internal conflicts and persistent label conflict the band disbanded. As of 2016 it remains to be released.

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  • Morning Dove White is the only album from club-oriented Scottish alternative dance act One Dove. The album was released in 1993. The songs "Breakdown", "Fallen", "(The Transient) Truth", "White Love", and "Why Don't You Take Me" were released as singles or 12" singles before the album came out and were very popular, building anticipation for the album which was delayed because of label politics. Although the album was received very well, NME felt that the pull of influence between the more commercial orientated producer Stephen Hague and the indie Weatherall created a somewhat confused sound, that if the band had gone more with Weatherall's sound and not let London records man Hague have such influence then the album might have had a more clear direction in terms of sound.NME made specific comparisons of the early single releases with their much more clubby sound and the sometimes muddy pace of the album; ultimately though it was well received. The album was originally to have been titled Sound, but this was changed shortly before release. "Morning White Dove" was the Native American name of Elvis Presley's maternal great-great-great-grandmother. Their second album was practically complete by 1996 but due to internal conflicts and persistent label conflict the band disbanded. As of 2016 it remains to be released. (en)
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  • Morning Dove White is the only album from club-oriented Scottish alternative dance act One Dove. The album was released in 1993. The songs "Breakdown", "Fallen", "(The Transient) Truth", "White Love", and "Why Don't You Take Me" were released as singles or 12" singles before the album came out and were very popular, building anticipation for the album which was delayed because of label politics. Their second album was practically complete by 1996 but due to internal conflicts and persistent label conflict the band disbanded. As of 2016 it remains to be released. (en)
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