Supernature (song)  

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Supernature is title track of Cerrone's 1977 album. "Supernature (Cerrone III)", along with the tracks "Give Me Love" and "Love is Here", hit #1 on the disco/dance charts early in 1978. The single crossed over to both the pop charts, where it peaked at #70, and the soul charts, where it peaked at #72. The lyrics were written by a young Lene Lovich, though she was not credited.

The tracks is defined as space disco.

The ten-minute song "Supernature" (about genetic engineering gone wrong), which crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, had a three-minute drum breakdown. "Supernature" was used as the theme to Thames TV's "The Kenny Everett Video Show", which was shown across the UK on the ITV network.



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