Thanks to the fine folks at HitPredictor.com, four tracks from Adam Lambert's salivatingly anticipated sophomore album, Trespassing (due for a "Maypril" release, as Adam so amusingly/frustratingly announced; its original street date was supposed to be, um, TODAY), have surfaced online--in all their glittering glory. And I predict that they're ALL going to be hits.
Yes, from the Daft Punkiness of the Bonnie McKee-co-penned electropop banger "Cuckoo" (my personal choice for Adam's next single, if I must go with just one), to the Queenly military-disco stomp of the title track (a co-write with Midas-touched hitmaker Pharrell Williams), to the put-your-hands-in-the-air Love Parade anthem "Naked Love" (a Benny Blanco masterpiece that reminds me a bit of You Can Dance-era Madonna) and the David Guetta-reminiscent floorfiller "Never Close Our Eyes," there is so much head-exploding, earhole-overloading goodness here.
So I've got just two questions: When we will have remixes of all of these tracks? And...is it Maypril yet???
- Adam Lambert interview, pt. 1
- Adam Lambert interview, pt. 2
- Trespassing preview writeup
- Adam Lambert photo gallery