And here’s the track that started it all…
Despite the title, the penultimate “Trespassing” track is more Duran Duran than Rihanna.
See? There ARE good ballads on this!
“Tower of Babel” and “communication breakdown” references abound inside.
The ballad that might not have been the best single choice in retrospect.
Breakdancing not included.
Next up, it’s midtempo o’clock with “Naked Love.”
The Michael Jackson-esque ecstasy (?) anthem is an early “Trespassing’” highlight.
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!