Great But Not Amazing
Posted August 27, 2012
It's almost a fact that the album that comes after a mega hit one is not that good. dc Talk probably knew this and just decided to make the best album they could. The result is kind of what I expected in that it's nowhere near as good as Jesus Freak but it does have enough standout material to differentiate it from their other albums. Supernatural is, at its core, a full-on pop album. There are almost no traces of their rap roots to be found. That was a bit dissapointing to me as I wanted to hear Toby bust out some more rhymes but, alas, no such luck.
Supernatural is a fine follow-up to an album that changed everything about Christian music. MIchael, Kevin, and Toby set out to make a great album and they, by and large, succeed at doing that. The album showcases a maturity that we have noticed all throughout their discography. It's a fond goodbye to a legendary group.
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