Post by aleksandrakv on Jul 15, 2012 13:43:19 GMT -5
The Sound Bath: Adam Lambert’s Trespassing: the vocal review
Posted on July 12, 2012 by soundbath
Runnin is a delicious surprise, and another of my favourites from Trespassing – a fantastic song with a powerful message.
In this excellent rock song we’re treated again to Adam’s delicious Baritone tones and notes, especially in the line: “down, down, down,” before he takes his voice up into the stratosphere and rocks out as only he can, making every hair on your body stand up in appreciation of his fantastic vocal gymnastics and the drama of the accompanying music.
This is what Adam tweeted about Runnin: when I don’t follow my heart, i get dark. vicious cycle that only I can pull myself out of. We all have the power to affect change.
My favorite song on the album is Runnin (which is a deluxe single track) and best described as #13 on the album. Runnin was written by Adam Lambert, David Marshall, Fred Williams, Catt Gravitt, and Robert Marvin. Runnin is an uptempo song crossed into a ballad that talks about someone who is running from life's problems, including running from the things that they love. As the song continues, they begin to realize that choosing to run is not the answer.