I am a HUGE fan of Amber and her music, and I recently bought a new turntable, so, as soon as I saw this vinyl single, I knew I had to pick it up. And, generally, I'm glad I did. First off, this vinyl has 4 mixes. Side 1 has the Rosabel (Ralphi Rosario & Abel Aguilera) Anthem Mix and the Ralphi Rosario Classic Mix. Side 2 has the Mystica Trance Mix and the Junior Vasquez Extended Club Mix. Both the Rosable Anthem and Rosario Classic mixes have a nice flow to them. Neither is extraordinary, but both are well done. "Classic" is an appropriate term to describe the Rosario mix. It has a nice retro disco sound that always seems to fit any dance music era. The true standout mix, though, is the Mystica Trance Mix. It is only 5:16 long, but it's brilliant. Unsurprisingly, this mix was produced in part by the producers of the Album version of Love One Another, the Berman Brothers. Matt Dexter joins them on this lovely track which replicates the Alice Deejay/DJ Jurgen/DJ Jean type of trance sound very well. Amber's wondrous vocal fits perfectly into this mix. With a shorter intro and outro, this mix would be perfect for radio, tapping into the sound Alice Deejay made popular with "Better Off Alone." Unfortunately, the Junior Vaszuez Extended Club Mix is dreadful. He ruins a perfectly good mix by using the background singer vocals during the chorus. The chorus is wonderful on the other mixes with Amber's voice going solo. She really sells it well. I think Junior was trying to create an Anthem mix, but, in my mind, he ruins the track. He does one thing right, however. Taking a page out of Jonathan Peters' Sound Factory Mix of Amber's "Above The Clouds," he uses the 2nd half of the 2nd verse to extend the 3rd verse. It works well. If Junior would re-cut his mix without the background singers on the chorus, he would have a brilliant mix. He's done some great stuff this year, such as remixes of Charlotte's "Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark" and Kristine W's "Stronger," but he drops the ball here. I was thinking about only giving this vinyl 3 stars because of the Vasquez mix, and because the Album version is not here, but I can't give it less than 4 stars. Amber's vocal is stirring on this song, as are the lyrics she wrote about the world leaving behind war, hatred, and bigotry and embracing peace, love, and understanding. One of the best songs & messages I have ever heard.