Monday, November 2, 2015

Seal’s New Album, My #Seal7 Review #O2O

Seal reunited with longtime collaborator producer Trevor Horn, who he has worked with in the past on his debut, 1991’s platinum-certified Seal, continued with the quadruple-platinum Seal II [1994], the gold-selling Human Being [1998] and Seal IV [2003], and most recently Soul 2 [2011]. 

I really enjoyed listening to 7.  It was like a listening to different various stages of love. I love each song because they are so different. I enjoyed the instruments and beats that were used, that what makes Seal's sound so unique to me.  You can feel and hear Seal really pour his heart out in this cd. I am sure most of it is in reference to his break up with Heidi. In my opinion this is one of his best album to date. I love listening to Seal's music because of unique voice and sound but & has something different about it that I love even more and I can't pinpoint it. There something just a little bit different about Seal’s voice and his music and that could be it.

This is definitely an album I can and will play over and over because of the great mix of sounds and beats.  In my opinion, I feel 7 will appeal to all music fans. 

 Track Listing: 1) Daylight Saving2) Every Time I'm With You3) Life on the Dancefloor4) Padded Cell5) Do You Ever6) The Big Love Has Died7) Redzone Killer 8) Monascow9) Half A Heart10) Let Yourself 11) Love
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To give you a little taste of the brilliance that is 7 by Seal, release on November 6, here is a video:

I participated in the 7 album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided an album to review but all opinions are my own.

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