It is not that often where in life you can get a second chance to shine on stage all over again in the music industry. In the case of the late 1990's, it happened to two legendary artists, Cher and Santana. For Santana, the comeback would be a milestone in his entire life. It wasn't that easy to sell at first, with a name like "Mumbo Jumbo", but with a name change to Supernatural, it became a memory worth the wait in gold.
The 1999 album, Supernatural features acclaimed duets with some of the biggest acts in the music industry, like Rob Thomas of the group Matchbox 20, Eric Clapton, Everlast, and Dave Matthews. Although the songs are mostly in a foreign tongue, the acclaimed duets like Put Your Lights on with Everlast, Maria Maria, and Smooth, all became a huge part of Pop culture. Nobody could've ever imagined this in a lifetime, not even the "Corporate Pop" industry of acts like Britney Spears and NSYNC.
While many people think that is was a desperation act for Supernatural with all the artists teaming up with Santana, it became a real legacy to show off in place. It is just kind of sad that a lot of records can't shine like that in a lifetime. Yes, especially a record that has won 9 Grammys.