The Latest In Adam Lambert Album News
Posted by Newson 11/28/2011 at 6:05 PM
Thanks to Rolling Stone, we’ve got much more information on Adam Lambert’s upcoming album than a few tweeted lyrics. The article also talks about Adam’s taste in feathered headdresses, something you’re probably quite interested in reading and thus should go read, but before that, here’s the news:
- The album’s called Trespassing and is due hopefully by March 2012. Dr. Luke, Bonnie McKee and Pharrell are listed as producers, and the sound is “club-ready”: disco, dubstep, electronic music. This sounds rather familiar, doesn’t it? Sounds like almost any album after 2010. Let’s see if Adam Lambert’s got any more specific info–oh, he does!
- “There’s party music, sex music, fucked-up-relationship S&M music, but every song explores something real,” he said. And here we’d worried that it would be all about fake parties.
- As far as specific tracks: “Shady” is a track that Lambert called “Nine Inch Nails meets Saturday Night Fever.” That sounds awesome. The title track, meanwhile, is supposedly like Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust,” which certainly should suit Adam. And “Outlaws of Love” is about gay marriage, which you probably knew already.
- None of these, though, are the first single, which the article doesn’t mention because Adam already tweeted it. It’s called “Better Than I Know Myself” and is a Dr. Luke co-write. That all but guarantees radio play, no?
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