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Killer

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This EP explores the full range of Seal's talents, and might even be worth considering as a second Seal purchase. There are a few versions of "Killer," including a clubby Trevor Horn remix that highlights Seal's tendency towards dance-pop. There is also a live version of the single, followed by a cover of "Hey Joe." It is not as strong as his version of "Manic Depression" that appeared on the Stone Free Jimi Hendrix tribute album, but it does remind the listener of the debt that Seal constantly acknowledges to Hendrix. The real gem of the EP is the non-album track, "Come See What Love Has Done." For those who love the ballads on his second album, this song completely anticipates the direction that he took. Unfortunately, he took it too far for his third album, and certainly, this EP should be purchased before suffering the mellow bubblegum of Human Being.
© Joshua David Shanker /TiVo

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1
Killer Single Version
00:04:17

Trevor Horn, Producer - SEAL, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Steve MacMillan, Mixer - Ren Swan, Engineer - Steve Fitzmaurice, Assistant Engineer - Gregg Jackman, Engineer - ROBIN HANCOCK, Mixer, Engineer - Richard Lowe, Assistant Engineer - STEVE MACMILLIAN, Engineer - TONY PHILLIPS, Mixer, Engineer - Brian Malouf, Mixer - Tim Weidner, Mixer, Engineer - Adam Tinley, Writer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 Sire Records Company

2
Killer William Orbit Remix
00:06:41

Trevor Horn, Producer - SEAL, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - WILLIAM ORBIT, Remixer - Adam Tinley, Writer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.

3
Whirlpool Live
00:04:38

Ian Thomas, Drums - Gus Isidore, Guitar - SEAL, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Simon Hale, Keyboards - Phil Spalding, Bass Guitar - Gregg Jackman, Mixing Engineer, Audio Recording Engineer - Justin Vickerman, Assistant Engineer, Assistant Mixing Engineer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 Sire Records

4
Killer Live
00:04:52

SEAL, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Adam Tinley, Writer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 Sire Records

5
Come See What Love Has Done Live
00:04:30

Trevor Horn, Producer - Ian Thomas, Drums - Gus Isidore, Guitar - SEAL, Writer, MainArtist - Simon Hale, Keyboards - Richard Evans, Mixing Engineer, Audio Recording Engineer - Phil Spalding, Bass Guitar - Augustus Isidore, Writer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.

6
Hey Joe Live
00:04:21

Trevor Horn, Executive Producer - Ian Thomas, Drums - Gus Isidore, Guitar - SEAL, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Simon Hale, Keyboards - Billy Roberts, Writer - Phil Spalding, Bass Guitar - Gregg Jackman, Mixing Engineer, Audio Recording Engineer - Justin Vickerman, Assistant Engineer, Assistant Mixing Engineer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.

7
Killer William Orbit Dub
00:05:53

SEAL, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - WILLIAM ORBIT, Remixer - Adam Tinley, Writer

© 1991 Sire Records Company ℗ 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.

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This EP explores the full range of Seal's talents, and might even be worth considering as a second Seal purchase. There are a few versions of "Killer," including a clubby Trevor Horn remix that highlights Seal's tendency towards dance-pop. There is also a live version of the single, followed by a cover of "Hey Joe." It is not as strong as his version of "Manic Depression" that appeared on the Stone Free Jimi Hendrix tribute album, but it does remind the listener of the debt that Seal constantly acknowledges to Hendrix. The real gem of the EP is the non-album track, "Come See What Love Has Done." For those who love the ballads on his second album, this song completely anticipates the direction that he took. Unfortunately, he took it too far for his third album, and certainly, this EP should be purchased before suffering the mellow bubblegum of Human Being.
© Joshua David Shanker /TiVo

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