Lambert claims Trespassing will be his Best album ever

Adam Lambert apparently pushed himself into the public perception through the most popular TV show, American Idol. Right away he was both loved and hated by listeners. He is surrounded by critics at just about every turn, from his music selection, to his dress, to his sexuality. The good thing for him though, was that the focus was constantly on him.

Although I adored him on AI, I was bit skeptical about the sort of music he would have on his debut “For Your Entertainment”. The leaks that came prior to the CD was released did not help. Several tracks that were leaked onto the internet had poor audio quality and really didn't showcase his astounding vocal talent and how well it meshes with the music. I truly enjoy most of the tracks on that album. They are all catchy and fit every mood.

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After almost three years since his first album, Adam Lambert returns with his sophomore album “Trespassing” written in collaboration with artists such as Dr. Luke, Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams. The lead single from the album titled, "Better Than I Know Myself" was released in December 2011. Produced by Dr. Luke, Cirkut, and Ammo, a mid-tempo song which has a flawless musical arrangement; the strings, piano and more are utilized to great advantage in this amazingly moving, touching song - and Lambert never sounded better. You can listen to "Better Than I Know Myself", below:

Trespassing was originally intended for release on March 20, 2012 but was pushed back to May 15, 2012 to add more new tracks.

The album will include the following songs:

1. "Trespassing"
2. "Cuckoo"
3. "Shady" (featuring Nile Rodgers & Sam Sparro)
4. "Never Close Our Eyes"
5. "Kickin’ In"
6. "Naked Love"
7. "Pop That Lock"
8. "Better Than I Know Myself"
9. "Broken English"
10. "Underneath"
11. "Chokehold"
12. "Outlaws of Love"

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