Next up on our “Trespassing” reviews: “Never Close Our Eyes,” originally written by a certain Smeezington.
Adam gets a little sleazy on “Trespassing”s Foreigner-meets-Maroon-5 third track.
We’re reviewing every track off “Trespassing.” Next up: the solid synthpop track “Cuckoo.”
Our track-by-track reviews of Adam Lambert’s sophomore album kicks off with the Pharrell-produced (yay!) title track.
The odds-on favorite belts out the hoary classic-rock staple.
They’re the original odd couple!
Chris takes on Josh Groban. Close your eyes and it’s Josh Groban. We’re not complaining.
A little too wild, we say.
Probably the only time Christina Aguilera and Chris Mann will be under the same alter. Probably.
Three words: Double. Key. Change.
The track is nothing like the album art, by the way.
Easily the best post-”Voice” track, and among the best post-talent show tracks, we’ve heard.
Usher challenges “don’t talk about it, be about it” on his most gloriously sleazy jam since “Lil Freak.”