Christian rock’s most shameless band continues doing whatever it takes to convert the youth of America to God’s way. In the past, they tried alt-rock and dance; Supernatural looks for salvation in older rock styles, from new wave (the Cars-style ”Since I Met You”) to prog rock (nods to Queen and Pink Floyd). dc Talk is damn good at hooks — pardon the phrase, guys — but the fervent proselytizing of it all may feel like they want to sample some of the devil’s music by record’s end. B-
Supernatural (Album) Christian rock's most shameless band continues doing whatever it takes to convert the youth of America to God's way. In the past, they tried alt-rock ...Supernatural (Album)R&B Christian rock's most shameless band continues doing whatever it takes to convert the youth of America to God's way. In the past, they tried alt-rock ...1998-10-23
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Santana; Producer (group): Arista; Seasons: 4, 5, 6, 10
Posted October 23 1998 — 12:00 AM EDT
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