21 posts categorized "Adam Lambert"

Friday, March 09, 2012

Watch Adam Lambert Performance Of "Outlaws Of Love"

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by Raj Rudolph

So not too long ago, we were very lucky to be able to attend Adam Lambert's showcase in London for his new album "Tresspassing" and by far - the standout moment for us on the night was THIS performance of new track "Outlaws Of Love".

Honestly, can I just tell you, it was VERY hard to hold back the tears whilst watching this performance.  "Outlaws Of Love" is so universal and holds many truths and knowing it came from a place deep inside Mr. Lambert, the emotion carries through - in drag queen terms, let's just say he "went there".

A lot of Glamberts have been asking us for the full performance of this song and quite honestly, it would be a crime against pop not to share it with them - so here it is, enjoy!

And how great does Adam look on the cover of Fault Magazine this month?  We think he happens to look just as dashing on his EQ e-Cover this month too...

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Adam Lambert Tweets New Album Cover For "Trespassing"

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by Raj Rudolph

Amazing!  Aside from Adam Lambert giving us a sneak peek of the album cover, he also wants you to know that he's done a lot more on the album besides just sing...in his last set of tweets the superstar added:

"In addition to serving as Executive Producer of TRESPASSING, I'm also Creative Director. @leecherry is my Art Director and Photographer".

Something tells me he was cut out to be a Creative Director too - the man certainly has style.

Like you need another excuse though, check out EQ's early review of "Trespassing" right here and why not go ona blast of the past and read our 2010 interview with the Glam one himself in which he proclaims:

"I'm a singer - I'm not a babysitter, I'm not a politician and I'm not here to try and show anybody how to do anything"

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Album Review: EQ's Thoughts on Adam Lambert's New Album "Trespassing"

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by Jordan Meehan and Raj Rudolph

Good afternoon, Adam Lambert fans! We have some extremely exciting news to share with all of you! This afternoon, we were lucky enough to get an exclusive first listen to five new tracks from Adam Lambert's upcoming album "Trespassing," which is due out in the UK on March 19th (March 20th in the US).

We've been Adam Lambert fan for years now so needless to say, we have been extremely excited about this new album since we heard about it.  Normally when we hear about one of our favorite artists releasing a new album, we try to not get our hopes up too high, just in case it isn't what we want it to be. This is NOT THE CASE with Adam Lambert's new album.

If you need to break it down into 140 characters...our mini review is just this: 

On "Trespassing" @adamlambert has perfected the mix of pop, rock, dubstep, dance and melody to make a cohesive and mighty piece of pop art.

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Based on the new tracks we heard today - we can tell you that "Trespassing" is going to be amazing.  So - what did we think?...

"Cookoo": My goodness. It only took about 20 seconds for this song to be one of my favorite songs of 2012. "Cookoo" opens up with a hard dance beat and progresses with swirly, sweeping synths that lure you in and make you want to dance. The chorus is huge. Massive sound and the track showcases Adam's extremely powerful vocals that have repeatedly set him above all the rest. Then we get to the bridge of the song, which is pure hard electro greatness.  "Cookoo" is an extremely infectious song that demands attention right from the get go and is definitely one that you will all have on repeat for days. 

 "Trespassing":  Speaking of infectious tracks, "Trespassing" is one that really hits home for me as a Queen fan. Right from the beginning it features a bass line and beat extremely reminiscent of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" while maintaining a very unique sound. The chorus to this song is also very big, and very, very anthemic; one that you'll be passionately singing along with every listen. It's almost as if he gave Queen a pop kick and brought their sound into 2012.

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