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Album Review

Three years removed from American Idol, Adam Lambert is finally allowed to shake off the pageantry of the televised talent competition and dive into glitter on his second major-label album, Trespassing. There's a distinct lack of ballads on Trespassing — they're clustered toward the end of the record, sometimes given a spangled once-over by producer Dr. Luke so they don't feel staid, sometimes hinting at the chilly, austere vistas of Ryan Tedder but sounding grander, warmer in the hands of Lambert. Here, the distance from the stuffiness of Idol is apparent but the heart of Trespassing lies in the first two-thirds of the album, when Lambert is strutting like a glam-disco diva, sparring with Dr. Luke and Pharrell Williams, belting out his hooks with an easy confidence. And he's got some great hooks here, too: big, bright, insistent hooks powering songs that revel in their sleaziness. Lambert matches their appeal, singing with an untrammeled joy suggesting that he's relishing an opportunity to make modern dance music. Williams is his greatest foil — "Trespassing" and the Michael Jackson-via-Justin Timberlake "Kickin' In" grab immediately — but that's not to slight the rest of the record, particularly the pulsating Nile Rodgers-fueled funk "Shady" and mirror-plated pop of "Cuckoo." Even if these songs never grace the charts, they sound like inevitable hits and prove that Lambert is a genuine pop star who has now left American Idol far behind. [A Deluxe Edition featured three bonus tracks.]

Customer Reviews

The ultimate eargasm!

What's not to like? This album needs to be played loud! Dance, sing or tap along and experience Adam's superb vocals. No auto-tune or enhancement needed here! And although I really enjoy the more upbeat songs like 'Never Close Our Eyes', it's 'Underneath' where I feel I can really connect with Adam. Such raw emotion. I feel I've been allowed to Trespass into Adam's world. And in some way, can relate.


One of the best voices ever, not a bad song on this album.
Has to be at least one of the best albums of 2012- so far!!!

Fantastic so worth the wait

Been waiting for weeks to get this album , and WOW its pure class Adam has wowed me all over again with Trespassing . This is a very polished , piece of work and shows Adams vocals off . This Album has a slight mix Some high energy electiric beats to some of the songs, to some deeper lyrical tracks . These are slower with beautiful vocals and music to match . I can say that out of 17 tracks their is not one that I did'nt like , 14 I love and will be played over and over . Adam has come a long way in a short time since being on American Idol , but I feel he has only touched the surface and he will go on to be a massive name all over ...His talent speaks for itself


Born: 29 January 1982 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before becoming a front-runner in the eighth season of American Idol, Adam Lambert made his name in the theater world, where he performed alongside Val Kilmer in the debut production of Ten Commandments: The Musical and landed an understudy role in a touring production of Wicked. The California native then parlayed his theater background into a multi-month run on American Idol in 2009. Lambert's flair for neo-goth clothing and eclectic arrangements made him a critical favorite, as did his dramatic...
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Trespassing (Deluxe Version), Adam Lambert
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 06 July 2012

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