SEAL ROCKS! I abosolutely fell in love with his voice when I bough the 1994 Seal album. Anyone who doesn't own at least one Seal CD doesn't have a complete music collection!

>>By lrm   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 00:38)

seal is by far the most underated male performer. His superb lyrics - which mean so much - and inspire. His music is clever and features some of the most fantastic melodies - what else can you say?

>>By nick   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 12:25)

Seal's music makes me really sad and happy. I rarely listen to it these days (though the songs are always shooting through my head) because it is such an emotional experience, it is traumatic and it scars my soul like a paedophile scars infant psyches.
Seal is perceived by the world in general as a lite-rock new-age singer, akin to Kenny Gee. Fuck that! Seal is so god, Seal is doublegod, no actually he is triplegod.
I just wish he didn't take so long to release each madcore album, fool takes longer than Trent Reznor (of nine inch nails).

Seal is the best!!!!!

>>By Alexz Cockwind   (Monday, 28 Apr 2003 18:43)

u cant get the passion and quality he gives in an albumn if he makes a albumn every year i just want to know when his latest 1 is out

>>By me   (Tuesday, 29 Apr 2003 23:46)

why can't jews listen to seal?

>>By Jewchild   (Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003 18:41)

because seal is black

(because they are too poor...)


>>By Nazi   (Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003 18:41)

I bought both seal albums years ago when i was prolly only 13 and i fell in love with the music ever since, not just the lyrics which i feel is close to my heart, but also the beat, and seal is a fabulous singer. I am so happy atm, i know that there are people out there who are asking why and that are not just going through the motions of life, but realising that yes there is a purpose other than making money and being self-absorbed. we are going forward at such a rapid pace, i just hope that we don't lose who we are, we are more than a gucci suit, and everyone is important. i guess i sound crezzy and stuff as i'm rambling atm but i could talk about this for days. Well seal, i don't even know his real name, thanks for your insight, in a way i wish i knew you, not because that you are a well known person but because you seem to be an incredible soul that has views on life, you seem a very interesting person. there are people out there like you and there are ppl asking why

>>By jojo1980   (Friday, 16 May 2003 02:21)

My ladyfriend and I watched the Seal video albulm from 1991 with incence, candels, and a phat J of British Columbia's best. Stunning. I am I not wrong in proclaming that those songs recorded in Church Studios were not some of the finest moments you have seen?   (Saturday, 17 May 2003 07:46)

What can I say.
Seal's music has not only inspired me and helped me get along in my trying lifetime, but his music is to me probably some of the greatest ever put on an album and sold in stores. I am big with acting and singing myself, and before I do a show, I allways listen to his music and let the words calm me. Because of his music I can now live my life and perform other lifestyles with ease and peace.
Seal, Wherever you are and if you read this I would be very happy if you could make another album sometime in the year of 2003 or 2004

>>By Drew   (Sunday, 22 Jun 2003 01:44)


>>By suza   (Friday, 27 Jun 2003 19:57)

does anyone know seals real name and what nationality he is?

>>By farfa   (Tuesday, 8 Jul 2003 22:50)

hey! why u need all that stuff. the important thing thing is the MUSIC....

>>By Ivo   (Friday, 11 Jul 2003 00:51)

i recently travelled to haiti and brought the cd with me, The haitains loved his music and they were hoping that he is haitian...

>>By farfa   (Friday, 11 Jul 2003 18:18)

This guy touches the soul, I think he is fantastic.

>>By RoVer 40ish   (Saturday, 26 Jul 2003 04:18)

I hear that his full name is Sealhenri Olusegun Olumide Samuel, and that he is a mix of Nigerian and Brazilian -- although born and raised in London

>>By Penny   (Saturday, 6 Sep 2003 07:56)

I have gone through alot in my life and have had to do alot of growing up within the last year. Seal's music has always made me feel like everything is going to be o.k. The music truely moves me. It brings me to a level of introspection that I never thought possible. Seal IV is a more upbeat album but holds more depth to it than I could have ever anticipated. The same holds true to Seal and Human biengs. Thank you Sealhenry. For your timeless and eternal melodies and rythms.

>>By Snotart   (Wednesday, 8 Oct 2003 16:54)

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