Seven is the fifth album by the Scottish Celtic rock band Wolfstone. It was released in 1999 after a short hiatus, down to poor management by Green Linnet Records. The album, a comeback, was considered a success by the band. After its release, Wolfstone recorded a live album, Not Enough Shouting. It sees long-term member Stuart Eaglesham take over lead vocals, following the departure of Ivan Drever.
Despite being the fifth studio album, the title Seven is chosen due to the sequence including Pick of the Litter and This Strange Place. It is unlikely that the chosen sequence was the one not including Pick of the Litter or This Strange Place, but rather including Wolfstone and Wolfstone II, the band's first two albums they've since disowned and stated that despite sharing the band name of Wolfstone, those two albums were by a different band.
01. Psycho Woman – 3:12
02. Brave Boys – 5:35
03. Jen's Tune – 4:15
04. Black Dog – 3:36
05. Quinie fae Rhynie – 3:28
06. John Simmers – 2:11
07. J-Time – 4:41
08. Wild and the Free – 4:45
09. Crowfeathers – 6:38
10. Maggie's – 4:28
11. Fingal's Cave – 6:13
Duncan CHISHOLM: vocals, fiddle.
Stuart EAGLESHAM: lead vocals, acoustic guitar.
Wayne MACKENZIE: Bass, Vocals.
Stevie SAINT: Tin whistle, Bagpipe.
Andy SIMMERS: Piano, Keyboards.
Tony SOAVE: Drums.
Marc CLEMENT: Background vocals.
Marc DUFF: Bodhran [Irish frame drum].
Colette O'LEARY: Accordeon.
Robin RANKIN: Tambourin.