Rare Earth is an American rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (which was named after the band), who prospered in 1970-1972. Although not the first white band signed to Motown, Rare Earth was the first big hit-making act signed by Motown that consisted only of white members. (The Rustix were signed before them and were an all white act, but did not have any hits). One World is the fourth studio album by Rare Earth and was released in June 1971. Rare Earth was on an incredible hot streak from 1970 - 72. Once again, "I Just Want to Celebrate" became a Top 10 Gold certified hit. "One World", the album would become the 3rd and final Gold album from the ensemble. Those hits over the first 3 years of the decade insured that the band can still tour today, albeit on the oldies circuit. But Rare Earth made their mark.
01 - What'd I Say 02 - If I Die 03 - The Seed 04 - I Just Want To Celebrate 05 - Someone To Love 06 - Any Man Can Be A Fool 07 - The Road 08 - Under God's Light 09 - Child Of Fortune One World 10 - Hey Big Brother 11 - King Of A Rainy Country