The renowned American singer Adam Lambert has released his third studio album “The Original High” on June 12 in Australia after returning from his successful tour with legendary rock band Queen. The album was later released in the United States on June 16.
“The Original High” has received four out of five stars from AllMusic, a website that offers online music guide service. The album has also received good feedback for Adam’s perfect control of his style and sound , as well as his artistic way of merging both into a real modern pop record.
“I have a lot of different people that listen to my music, and it is important to me to kind of bring as many people together as I can,” said Adam Lambert, as reported by Global News.
“Now, six years into this part of my career, I think I know myself better. I think I have a stronger idea of my artistic identity and who my fans are,” he added.
“The Original High” is quite more different in terms of pop and emotional ballads from the music he has been releasing for the past few years. Produced by Max Martin, a Swedish music producer, and Shellback, a Swedish songwriter, the duo was responsible for writing and producing Adam Lambert’s earlier albums “Whataya Want From Me” and “If I Had You.”
The album consists of other songs like “Ghost Town,” “Another Lonely Night,” “There I Said It,” “Things I Didn’t Say” and “Heavy Fire” to name a few. Adam has featured the famous English musician and singer Brian May in his song “Lucy”, and the popular Swedish singer and songwriter Tove Lo in his song “Rumors.” The song “Ghost Town” is probably one of his best singles so far, which was released as “The Original High’s” lead single on April 21 this year.
The 33-year-old Adam Lambert became the runner-up on the eighth season of “American Idol” in 2009. In the same year, he signed an agreement with 19 Entertainment and released his first debut studio album “For Your Entertainment” that had bestowed him international success.
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