Post by aleksandrakv on Dec 16, 2012 5:58:38 GMT -5
Adam Lambert : More Than a Trespasser
The Jakarta Post
The album’s third single, “Trespassing”, which Lambert describes as a “battle cry”, parallels his journey as a relatively new artist who is “still learning and growing”.
“It’s a song about rebellion and being your own person and not letting the world tell you who you are, but you taking the reins and being in control of your own reality. And not feeling sorry for yourself along the way — just trying to make the most out of everything,” Lambert shares, displaying the thick skin that is key to longevity in showbiz.
Omigawd, a lot of good music came out in 2012. Finally got my top 10 list in order:
1. Diamond Rings - Free Dimensional 2. Adam Lambert - Trespassing 3. Foxy Shazam - The Church Of Rock And Roll 4. Grimes - Visions 5. The Darkness - Hot Cakes 6. Sleigh Bells - Reign Of Terror 7. Light Asylum - Light Asylum 8. Sam Sparro - Return To Paradise 9. Frank Ocean - Channel Orange 10. Beach House - Bloom
FemaleFirst | Best Albums Of 2012 - Numbers 10 To 6
8) Adam Lambert - Trespassing
While traditional pop may not have turned out too many barnstormers this year, Adam Lambert’s second album is a massive statement from the American Idol runner up, with Trespassing being an absolute barnstorming effort.
Thankfully throwing off the shackles of the pop ballad that held him back on his debut, Trespassing lets Lambert fully embrace himself as artist letting the guitars and eyeliner fully spread their wings.
The album might have made the headlines by being the first album by an openly gay singer to top the Billboard 200 in America, but Trespassing should be on more people’s radar’s for purely musical reasons.
An outstanding pop-rock album that revels in what it is and deserves to put Lambert in the upper echelons of the genre.
Post by aleksandrakv on Dec 30, 2012 9:25:24 GMT -5
More :D :
Yahoo Voices | Top 10 Albums of 2012
The #1 album of 2012 is...
1. Trespassing by Adam Lambert. Released on May 15th, Trespassing is the best album of 2012. With amazing hits such as Better Than I Know Myself, Never Close Our Eyes, and Runnin this album separates seriousness and fun, giving you an album to remember.
1. Adam Lambert, Trespassing: When all was said and done, Adam’s sophomore offering Trespassing, which arrived May 15, received 15,211 votes in our readers poll for Best Album Of 2012. Atomom noted, “No album can touch Trespassing for sheer brilliance – each track is a gem that has to be heard to be believed for how good they are,” while Lee B commented, “Adam’s lyrics on Trespassing send a message to people who have had similar experiences; it’s about accepting ourselves and others for who we are, and that everyone is entitled to have love in their lives.” Andra put it this way: “I grew up listening to the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bowie, Queen, Aerosmith…well, you get the idea. I had not paid attention to, or bought any music from ‘current’ performers since probably the mid-eighties. Rampant lip-syncing, auto-tuning, and nasally cookie-cutter artists pretty much turned me off. Discovering Adam’s music and being able to appreciate the true genius of his vocal skill has made me open my eyes and ears and truly enjoy music again.”
Post by aleksandrakv on Jan 1, 2013 15:54:39 GMT -5
Album of the Year goes to Trespassing by Adam Lambert. This is the former American Idol contestant’s second studio album and was released on May 15th. It is truly an amazing album, which not only our readers, but we highly recommend. There are a couple of tunes in there that are definitely worth buying it. Make sure to check it out and congratulations to Adam Lambert.
EQ Music's Top 20 Albums of 2012 Number 5: Trespassing, Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert – Trespassing (May 2012)
If this album just consisted of “Outlaws Of Love” and “Cuckoo” it would still make my list of top ten albums of 2012. But alas, we are treated to a plethora of brilliant tracks from the American Idol alum who made quite the worldwide impact this year.
Adam Lambert has shed the “gay pop star” persona and has really shattered the glass roof on what out popstars can accomplish through creative drive. One of the highlights of my year was to get to interview the superstar who is way more than just a pretty face.
If only we could bottle Adam Lambert’s determination…
Key tracks: “Better Than I Know Myself” and “Naked Love”
Adam Lambert – Trespassing: Fiercely funky with tracks like “Trespassing,” “Shady,” and “Kickin’ In,” and beautifully vulnerable with songs like “Broken English,” “Better Than I Know Myself,” and “Outlaws Of Love,” Adam’s sophomore album is a deliciously diverse set that dives into just about every genre you can think of and every mood you can have.
4 Tracks You Need To Know: Trespassing, Kickin’ In, Naked Love, Broken English