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Seal emerged from England's house music scene in the early '90s
to become the most popular British soul vocalist of the decade.
Although his earliest material still showed signs of acid house, by the
mid-'90s he had created a distinctive fusion of soul, folk, pop, dance,
and rock that brought him success on both sides of the Atlantic.
The son of Nigerian and Brazilian parents, Seal was raised in England.
After graduating with an architectural degree, he took various jobs
around London, including electrical engineering and designing leather
clothing. After a while, he began singing in local clubs and bars. He
joined an English funk band called Push, touring Japan with the band in
the mid-'80s. When he was in Asia, he joined a Thailand-based blues
band. After a short time with that group, he traveled throughout India
on his own.
Upon returning to England, Seal met Adamski, a house and techno
producer who had yet to make much of an impression within the U.K. Seal
provided the lyrics and vocals for Adamski's Killer, which became a
number one hit in 1990. After Killer became a hit, Seal signed a solo
record contract. He recorded his eponymous debut album with Trevor
Horn, who had previously worked with ABC, Frankie Goes to Hollywood,
and the Buggles. The first single pulled from the album, Crazy,
became a number 15 hit in the U.K. and reached number seven in America
upon its release in 1991. Seal was also a success, reaching number 24
in America and selling over three million copies around the world.
After the success of his debut, Seal took three years to complete his
second album. In between the two records, he appeared on the Jimi
Hendrix tribute album Stone Free, singing on Jeff Beck's version of
Manic Depression. In the summer of 1994, he released his second
album, which was also titled Seal. Preceded by the American Top 40 hit
Prayer for the Dying, the album did well upon its release, peaking at
number 20 and selling a million copies by the spring of 1995, but it
didn't really take off until a year after its release, when Kiss From
a Rose was featured on the soundtrack to Batman Forever. Kiss From a
Rose became a number one pop single in America and spent a total of 12
weeks at the top of the adult contemporary charts; the single spent a
total of 45 weeks on the adult contemporary charts. Its success sent
its parent album, Seal, into multi-platinum status; two years after its
original release, the album had sold over four million copies in the
U.S. alone. Human Being hit the shelves in 1998 with Seal IV following
five years later. The career-spanning Best: 1991-2004 appeared in
October of 2004 with the live . CD/DVD combo Live in Paris following a
year later. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide
Written by Stephen Thomas Erlewine