Review: Adam Lambert's 'Trespassing'
May 15, 2012 -- Updated 1438 GMT (2238 HKT)
Adam Lambert, shown here performing at Logo's 'NewNowNext Awards' 2012 in April.
- "Trespassing" is Adam Lambert's second album
- His 2010 debut, "For Your Entertainment," was a typical "Idol" quickie
- "Trespassing" delivers, with a mix of tinsel disco-club sleaze and leather-boy love ballads
(Rolling Stone) -- So here's the great pop album everybody was hoping Adam Lambert would make, ever since he ran wild on "American Idol" three years ago.
It wasn't just Glambert's dynamite-with-a-laser-beam voice that got him into our national knickers: It was his warmth, his humor, his burlesque bravado.
His 2010 debut, "For Your Entertainment," was a typical "Idol" quickie -- decent, but it needed more personality.
"Trespassing" delivers, with a mix of tinsel disco-club sleaze and leather-boy love ballads. While he excels in a radio cheddar bomb like "Naked Love," he gets deeper in slow jams like "Underneath" and "Outlaws of Love." But all over "Trespassing," Glambert sings everything like Zeus in a thong.
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