7 is the ninth studio album by British soul and R&B singer-songwriter Seal. The album was released on 6 November 2015 by Warner Bros. Records. Limited edition includes two bonus tracks.
RCA Red Seal is a classical music label and is now part of Sony Masterworks.
The Red Seal label was begun in 1902 by the Gramophone Company in the United Kingdom and was quickly adopted by its United States affiliate, the Victor Talking Machine Company, and its president, Eldridge R. Johnson. Distinctive, red paper information labels affixed to the centre of the two affiliated companies' black shellac discs inspired the name.
While on an unsanctioned, covert mission in Africa, a small team of S.E.A.L.s uncovers intelligence pointing to the imminent sale of a massive quantity of weapons grade uranium. Now, with no mission prep and zero support, they have less than thirty six hours to fight their way past a ruthless warlord's army guarding this secret mining operation, hidden deep in the treacherous Congo, in order to secure the yellow-cake and expose the unknown buyer. One of America's greatest threats is about to obtain the final piece in becoming a true nuclear power and only Seal Team Eight can stop them.
16-track live DVD/CD package "One Night to Remember". Recorded in June 2005 in a historic steel mill, the "Kesselhaus", in Germany, the concert testifies to Seal's electrifying live performance in front of his loyal fans with a full symphonic orchestra of 52 musicians. DVD containing 16 tracks, including a special version of Brahms' "Lullaby" chosen by Seal as a tribute to his fans. Also included is a special 30-minute "Making Of" documentary, following Seal and the crew along the way.