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The Supernatural Experience (Live)

dc Talk

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1.1
Dive (Live)
dc Talk
5:13
1.2
It's Killing Me (Live)
dc Talk
4:19
1.3
What If I Stumble? (Live)
dc Talk
3:50
1.4
Into Jesus (Live)
dc Talk
3:36
1.5
My Will (Live)
dc Talk
4:05
1.6
Wanna Be Loved (Live)
dc Talk
2:45
1.7
Supernatural (Live)
dc Talk
4:40
1.8
Red Letters (Live)
dc Talk
6:04
Total Playing Time    34:32
Christian contemporary music legends dc Talk release their new live album, The Supernatural Experience. As the first gospel act to incorporate hip-hop influences, DC Talk became one of the most popular groups in Christian contemporary music during the mid-'90s, when their fourth album, Jesus Freak, made the highest debut for a Christian/Gospel act on Billboard's album charts, which was soon overtaken by their fifth project Supernatural. Despite their Intermission as a band since 2000, all 3 members are still active in Christian music today (TobyMac, Michael Tait as part of Newsboys, and Kevin Max).
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Tracks 1-6, 8 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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