In the opening sequence, the main character is walking down the street in the winter time, and Seal's version of Killer is playing. I thought it was a great track, and a wonderful way to set the stage for the rest of the film. I waited through the credits to find out it was Seal, and I started looking for his work.
I found the Killer single at the music store, and already knowing the fantastic work that William Orbit does, I was overjoyed to see Orbit mixes on the single. I loved those mixes, enjoyed the b-sides, and thought that was it. Then, they started playing Crazy on the radio, and I instantly recognized Seal's voice, and I knew there was another track I "had to have". The single, too had WO mixes, and they were even better than the Killer mixes.
Seal then went big with his debut album, which I found to be expertly crafted and a sign of true talent. I got the album, and eventually tracked down all the remaining singles from that first album. Mixes were great, the b-sides were solid, and the album was a definite standard.
Too bad I didn't care for the rest of the music he made. Nothing else by him has ever grabbed me, so I am content to have his first album and his Orbit mixes as the extent of my Seal collection. It's all I need.