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Old 11-04-2005, 10:01 PM   #16
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Old 11-04-2005, 10:07 PM   #17
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some great seal tunes:

crazy
future love paradise
waiting for you
love's divine
prayer for the dying
whirlpool
killer
my vision
human beings
deep water
bring it on
lost my faith
heavenly


also, his live in paris dvd is amazing. that band is so good it's not even funny. and his voice.......forget it. uncomparable.
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that's how i feel about it, too.
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Old 11-05-2005, 12:18 AM   #19
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that's how i feel about it, too.

ok, I know seal is way too adult contemporary for most here, but his voice is incredible and that's not something that's arguable.
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ok, I know seal is way too adult contemporary for most here, but his voice is incredible and that's not something that's arguable.
Agreed. Prayer for the Dying esp. is so awesome!
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Agreed. Prayer for the Dying esp. is so awesome!

zoots- you should check out the tunes I listed if you like prayer for the dying. great stuff imo.
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ok, I know seal is way too adult contemporary for most here, but his voice is incredible and that's not something that's arguable.
True, but since the music is otherwise totally uninteresting....
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What does everyone reckon of Kiss From A Rose
Stultifying, stilted and stinky is what I reckon of this song.

Could a song be any less real? Seal might have a good voice, but good luck convincing me that he means a word he's singing here. Way too much formality in this arrrangement. The layered, harmonic vocals are too stiff, for example.

Rating: 3/10
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True, but since the music is otherwise totally uninteresting....

maybe on kiss from a rose; I never liked that song, but if you check out any of the others I listed, you might change your mind.


*is biggest seal fan here*
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IMO the last album was amazing.
The last album was solid, but I missed his experimentalism. This last album was way too adult contemporary for me. I absolutely love Human Being, I've listened to it more times than I can count. I miss the abstract poetic lyrics too. I know the last album was his tribute album to soul, and R&B but I would love to hear Togetherland. I don't think he should have caved into pressure from Warner Bros. I do look forward to his next album at least two years from now since he takes so long to work on them. But I would probably like anything he sings, he is simply one of the greatest vocal talents I've ever heard.


I'm a huge fan too, there was a time back in high school that the only two CDs I listened to were Human Being and Seal (II). Ah, if the indie elite were here to read that.
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I'm a huge fan too, there was a time back in high school that the only two CDs I listened to were Human Being and Seal (II). Ah, if the indie elite were here to read that.

personally, I think his first album is his best; not a weak track on it IMO....plus you get:
crazy
future love paradise
killer
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whirlpool
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by the way, like I've said before, if anyone here likes seal at all you should check out his live DVD from paris 2004; the band is amazing, his voice is superb, and the crowd is full of hot parisian women!!!


what more could you want?

it doesn't even have vertigo twice.
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oh, and Seal's live band has an amazing guitarist/bassist named Chris Bruce. Also, his lead guitarist channles the voice of Hendrix (really). And the drummer has cool hair.

Check it out mofo.
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