I was at Borders book store this afternoon. I came across "Un Amore: One Love" in the cd racks and decided to listen to this cd at one of the store's listening stations. After listening to the first four tracks I thought the cd was interesting enough to buy it. Being a big fan of trance music, I was hooked on the melodies and the fact that a lot of the songs were sung in Italian. Granted the trance beats just reeked of cheese ala DJ Sammy and Darude but I can look past that. However I cannot look past the group's horrific cover of that insipid Lonestar cover "Amazed". I didn't like the original version, I certainly didn't enjoy the group's attempt at reggae with this song. The other song I wasn't wild about was "Marina". The only part of the song I did like was the lyrics sung in Italian, the rest was a mess. The biggest flaw with this album is that the group doesn't know if it wants to be known for dance songs or ballads. I thought the overall sound on the album was uneven. The ballads were borderline easy-listening music. The last the group could have done to the ballads was to keep them in the trance vein but just slow down the bpm's (beats per minute). On the more positive note, I did enjoy the acoustic mix of "L'Italiano" and the tender ballad "Faithfully" in particular. I loved the female vocals from Reina (who sang one of my favorite euro-pop songs "Find Yourself Another Woman" a few years ago) on "Viva Per Lei". 85% of "Un Amore: One Love" is quite good, it is just the 15% that I find highly questionable. I think the The Sicilians could have made a better album.