This video was created using video shot by: NightBirdsObsession, TALCVIDS, Diego Sanchz, Virg1877 and EMandKay2010. Thank you very much for taking the time and effort to record this event and for sharing them with us all. Please comment and like, thanks.
Post by aleksandrakv on Mar 15, 2013 19:54:27 GMT -5
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Popologist Panel: The Best of 2012
Adam Lambert - Trespassing
"Trespassing" was easily one of the top 2 albums of the year in my opinion. (I'd have a hard time choosing between this and Marina and the Diamonds' Electra Heart for top spot.) From start to finish, every track is perfect and Lambert's voice has never sounded better. From the dancefloor-ready "Cuckoo" to the funk of "Shady" and further still to the sensuality of "Broken English" and the pain of "Underneath," It has fun and fluff, emotion and social commentary. It's sometimes deep and sometimes not-so-much, exploring many facets of the human experience and many genres of popular music but in a way that still seems cohesive. Brilliantly diverse and terribly under-rated!
I really enjoyed finding out about Adam Lambert and his world in 2012, from a simple tweet asking if I should cover the pop star more on my blog I suddenly found out that ‘Glamberts’ were some of the most dedicated fans out there. It piqued my interest in the upcoming ‘Trespassing’ and I was relieved to find out that his music made up a massive amount of his appeal and it wasn’t all based on how he looked or acted.
Trespassing was/is a great pop album combining a number of different styles combined with Adam’s amazing voice which sometimes pierces through you like a light sabre. You want some funk? You’ve got it! How about a ballad? Yep. What about a disco-synch track? Yes you can have it all, and it’s that merging of all those sounds into a album which still provides synergy throughout by story-telling and impeccable production that always keeps me coming back for more. You can pick and choose tracks dependant on your mood that day or you can listen to the whole thing through and go on a journey with Adam, clichéd I know but with this one I believe it, I believe and respect his input and his passion for this LP. Oh and ‘Naked Love’ – that’s my tune.