The Legacy Edition of Supernatural expands Santana's blockbuster 1999 album with a full disc of bonus material, mostly unreleased cuts from the recording sessions. Many of these feature the Santana band alone, departing from the superstar-collaboration blueprint of the album and, in turn, suggesting what the record could have been without the guidance of Clive Davis -- namely, a perfectly fine latter-day Santana album with the group doing what they've always done, only without the pop songs and flair that brought them a wider audience. That pop bent is heard elsewhere on these tracks, including the unreleased Dave Matthews & Carter Beauford collaboration "Rain Down on Me," but more evident on dance remixes of "Corazon Espinado" and "Maria Maria." There's also bait for guitar geeks, too, in the form of unreleased solos from Santana and Clapton on "The Calling." All of this is fairly solid stuff, particularly for those looking for more of Carlos' peerless playing, but all of it only illustrates how well Supernatural was crafted in the first place, as none of it should have taken the place of what wound up on the album.