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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

It's Adam Lambert's 'Trespassing' Album Cover

Ladies and gentleman, behold —the new Fast & Furious poster! Oh, j/k, everyone. J/k. It's the cover art for Adam Lambert's sophomore LP Trespassing, which is due out March 20. Visually, it's miles ahead in sophistication than his debut, and kind of the perfect representation of right where he should be now.

Adam tweeted that Lee Cherry, who he's worked with before, did the photography and art directing. Lambert himself served as executive producer and creative director.

Songwriters and producers Adam worked with include Dr. Luke, Benny Blanco, Sam Sparro, Nile Rodgers, Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams.

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5 Comments:

  • At 10:08 AM, Blogger John said…

    I really like that picture of him, but it's creepy how similar he and James Durbin look.

     
  • At 1:19 PM, Blogger Joshua said…

    He looks like Lady Gaga in the lesbian prison scenes of "Telephone", but wearing make up.

     
  • At 12:43 AM, Blogger D'luv said…

    John -- ooooh, you're going to incite the wrath of Adam's fans with those words.

    Joshua, Lady who?

     
  • At 2:33 AM, Blogger Todd said…

    I just have absolutely no interest in Adam Lambert. Why isn't he regarded as just another failed almost-Idol? Will people really buy this album? Is he on anyone's radar that isn't a 50 year old fat woman?

     
  • At 6:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    James Durbin is okay, but he is not very attractive. Adam is stunningly nice to look at.

    Why is Adam Lambert not regarded as just another failed almost idol?
    Because, like him or not, many people think he is one of the best singers and entertainers in the industry today and someone who possesses something unique.

    Todd, I am not 50, nor am I fat, but I do not appreciate your intended slam against older women.

    I am sure his fans, men and women, young and old, like him because of his great voice and talent and his constant display of humility.

    You, Todd, do not come across as someone not interested in Adam Lambert. If you were just a nonfan that would be okay. But you come across as one of those insidious haters who read all about him on the internet and post, ignoring all his successes and magnifying any possible missteps.

     

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