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SEAL Seal (1991 German ZTT Records 9-track CD album produced by Trevor Horn including the classics Crazy Killer and Future Love Paradise; fold-out picture sleeve)
Not to be confused with his equally eponymous but rather less fine second album. Seal towered briefly over the scene in the early nineties--latecomer to pop, he co-wrote and sang on Adamski's sublime "Killer", bringing a rare touch of Marvin Gaye-style gravitas to the otherwise E-driven and perishable techno scene. His debut album was equally stately, benefiting from producer Trevor Horn's trademark epic flourishes and funky bombast, with Seal's hoarse vocals and impassioned lyrics taking on the entire, broken world. "Deep Water", for instance, was a spiritual/eco-lament inspired by the fate of some dolphins who found themselves washed up in the Thames where the water pollution killed them. This conscientious cri de coeur was echoed in "The Beginning" and "Crazy", pop music that dared to shed a serious tear. After this, unfortunately, Seal went all MOR-shaped. --David Stubbs
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I bought this album when it first came out in 1990 & was I so impressed with what I heard, apart from the "kiler" track(which was a tacky, but good atempt to get himself recognised).
All you young whipersnappers should by this album, if only to listen to "DEEP WATER", this track alone just for the build up into the BASS kick is an absolute classic.
The whole album is sublime " Honestly".
And to round it all of, "Violet". A track so far ahead of its time it's synonomous with "Helter Skelter" by The Beatles.
Need I say more.
It has more spontaneity than the later albums (which are also exceptional) and for me remains one of the all time greatest albums. His later work, especially 'Human Being', do have more depth to the words. You can feel the work put in to produce these masterpieces. But for me, the first album will always reign - simply because it changed the way I listened to music.
On his debut self titled album Seal reached song writing and artistic peaks he would never again achieve on later releases. This albums works best if one just plays the tracks in order and just let the music flow. The tempo and moods are varied and bring texture and variety which many artists fail to acheive in an entire career, let alone on a debut album. Yes his early singles are here, 'Killer' (non Adamski version), 'Future Love Paradise' and the outstanding 'Crazy', but the album has such greater depth with 'Whirlpool', 'Voilet' and 'Deep Water' it would be a crime to skip them or press stop before you have given them a chance to win you over (which they will).
This album is 9 tracks of magnificence. Thought provoking lyrics and images, matched to the magic touch of Trevor Horn production which even by his own standards is in overdrive. A brilliant mix of electronica, acoustic instruments, live performances and sequenced elements, this album cannot fail to impress even the most hardened critic. The very fact that 20 years after its release I feel compelled so strongly to write about it, says a great deal. In fact I am not quite so sure why I have waited so long to write a review of it.
There is a saying or phrase that goes along the lines that you appreciate things in life in retrospect, well this is certainly true here. This debut album by Seal is what tends to be referred to as a 'classic'. A quiet not obvious classic perhaps, but it fully deserves that title.Read more ›
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What to say? Liked the album first time around. Still sounds good. Quick delivery, good price.Published 7 days ago by Mr. Ian Mitchinson