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The One That You Love is the sixth album by Australian soft rock band Air Supply, released in 1981. The album became their most famous and successful in their career. It reached No. 10 in the US Billboard 200 album chart and contained three top 5 hits: "The One That You Love" (#1), "Here I Am" (#5) and "Sweet Dreams" (#5).
The album was released after their major success with their previous album, Lost in Love, and multiplied the band's popularity through the first period of the 1980s. Production was carried out by Clive Davis. Air Supply tells Barry Gibb to write more album for them. The single "The One That You Love", became the band's first and only No. 1 hit. "Here I Am" reached No. 5 in the US charts, being a sheer drama closely related to the style of Barry Manilow, one of the band's influences. The third single of the album was "Sweet Dreams". Beside the singles, "I'll Never Get Enough Of You", got to be the main theme of a Japanese TV novel, and a hit in Asia. This was their first entry into any Asian chart.
All songs written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, except where noted.
- "Don't Turn Me Away" - 3:44
- "Here I Am" (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) - 3:50
- "Keeping the Love Alive" (Barry Gibb) - 3:33
- "The One That You Love" - 4:18
- "This Heart Belongs to Me" - 4:13
- "Sweet Dreams" - 5:22
- "I Want to Give It All" (Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten) - 3:41
- "I'll Never Get Enough of You" (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb) - 3:49
- "Tonight" - 3:46
- "I've Got Your Love - 3:39
- Russell Hitchcock - vocals
- Graham Russell - vocals, guitar
- Barry Gibb - background vocals, guitar, orchestral arrangement
- George Terry - guitar
- Don Felder - guitar
- George Bitzer - piano
- Richard Tee - piano
- Harold Cowart - bass guitar
- Steve Gadd - drums
- Albhy Galuten - orchestral arrangement, synthesizer on "Sweet Dreams"
- Steven Klein - engineer