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Supernatural (Wild Orchid song)

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Released  August 5, 1997
Length  4:38
Genre  Pop, R&B
Label  RCA
Writer(s)  Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, Wild Orchid
Producer(s)  Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, Ron Fair

"Supernatural" is a song by Wild Orchid, released as the final single from their self-titled debut, Wild Orchid. The song samples the 1968 song "Love Child" by Diana Ross & the Supremes and its lyrics describe a "heaven-sent" supernatural love.

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Chart performance

The single was the least successful of the commercial singles released from the album. The song debuted at #10 on Total Request Live (a popular MTV show measuring the popularity of songs aired in the channel), and eventually reached #5 on that chart. It landed in various airplay and dance charts in Billboard Magazine, but ultimately failed to make a great impact on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart where it peaked at #70.

Music video

In the music video, the three members are shown having a beach party with some friends. Some of the dance moves seen in the video are reminiscent of the 1960s. The video was also an MTV and VH-1 favorite.

Track Listings and Formats

US CD, Maxi-Single

  1. Supernatural [Euro Club Mix] 5:39
  2. Supernatural [Ultra-Pop Club Mix] 5:31
  3. Supernatural [Summertime Groove Mix] 4:19
  4. Supernatural [New York Club Mix] 7:01
  5. Supernatural [Extra-Funky] 4:12

References

Supernatural (Wild Orchid song) Wikipedia


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