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Supernatural
dc Talk
Supernatural
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian
 
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How did DC Talk follow up their epic Jesus Freak? Very carefully, if Supernatural is any indication. Where Jesus Freak broke through musical barriers in a genre known for playing it safe, Supernatural builds on the band's ...  more »

      
   

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All Artists: dc Talk
Title: Supernatural
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 29
Label: Virgin Records
Original Release Date: 9/22/1998
Release Date: 9/22/1998
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian
Styles: Pop Rap, Rap & Hip-Hop, Pop & Contemporary, Rock & Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724384652623

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How did DC Talk follow up their epic Jesus Freak? Very carefully, if Supernatural is any indication. Where Jesus Freak broke through musical barriers in a genre known for playing it safe, Supernatural builds on the band's momentum with a familiar blend of power pop, beautiful ballads, and power-chord rockers. The opening "It's Killing Me" lays down a riveting foundation, while Toby McKeehan has never sounded more like Seal than on the soft ballads "Consume Me" and "Godsend." But McKeehan (who coproduces) also turns it around by belting out the R&B-tinged "Wanna Be Loved." Not to be outdone, Michael Tait, Kevin Max, and McKeehan team up wonderfully on the radio-ready "Into Jesus." Once again, producer Mark Heimermann blends fascinating vocal arrangements into DC Talk's magical wall of sound. --Michael Lyttle

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Aileen R. (aileen) from N HOLLYWOOD, CA
Reviewed on 6/15/2008...
How did DC Talk follow up their epic Jesus Freak? Very carefully, if Supernatural is any indication. Where Jesus Freak broke through musical barriers in a genre known for playing it safe, Supernatural builds on the band's momentum with a familiar blend of power pop, beautiful ballads, and power-chord rockers. The opening "It's Killing Me" lays down a riveting foundation, while Toby McKeehan has never sounded more like Seal than on the soft ballads "Consume Me" and "Godsend." But McKeehan (who coproduces) also turns it around by belting out the R&B-tinged "Wanna Be Loved." Not to be outdone, Michael Tait, Kevin Max, and McKeehan team up wonderfully on the radio-ready "Into Jesus." Once again, producer Mark Heimermann blends fascinating vocal arrangements into DC Talk's magical wall of sound.

--Michael Lyttle (Amazon.com)
Margaret S. from GLENVIEW, IL
Reviewed on 3/22/2007...
This was the cd that showed the change in their musicek, It got better, A LOT better. Their music grew up with them and this album is GREAT! It is a paper cd cover, COOL!
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Rachel R. from CRESCENT VLY, NV
Reviewed on 3/15/2007...
This is a great album to jam out to.

CD Reviews

Dc Talk will be THE greatest band ever
Konstantin | Inland Empire, CA USA | 10/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"there are, and was, many good Christian bands, but none influenced my teenage years as this band. I'm still listening to them...
This album is great.

Highest respect to dc Talk.

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