Adam Lambert goes ‘Trespassing’ with a remix EP

Album number two has been a mixed bag for Adam Lambert.

“Trespassing” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.

But it spent just 10 weeks on the chart. “For Your Entertainment,” Adam’s first album, was on that chart for 51 weeks.

And “For Your Entertainment” yielded two top 30 hits on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Neither single from “Trespassing” — “Better Than I Know Myself” or “Never Close Our Eyes” — made much of an impact on the Hot 100, though the latter became a top 10 dance hit.

Now Adam is back, releasing the title track as the third single from the album and a new eight-track remix EP.

That EP includes four versions of “Trespassing,” two remixes of “Never Close Our Eyes,” and one each for “Better Than I Know Myself” and “Pop That Lock.”

After one quick listen, the latter might be my favorite track on the EP, which you can pick up on iTunes for $5.99.

Here’s a link to reviews of nearly every Idol album from 2012. “Trespassing” is one of my top-rated.

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3 Responses to “Adam Lambert goes ‘Trespassing’ with a remix EP”

  1. Alla says:

    I love you Adam Lambert and your album #TrespassingEP and #Trespassing song

  2. Eric says:

    RCA didn’t have the balls to release Adam’s own music and went with “safe” midstream Bruno Mars redux. FINALLY, we have co-writes with Pharell Williams, Sam Sparro, Bonnie McKee, and a collab with Nile Rogers. I can only imagine what Adam’s frustration with his first 2 singles must have been. But he is too much of a gentleman and team player to ever say so. The most he has ever said is that RCA was “terrified” of Trespassing. WTF ??????? RCA…ya screwed up bad!!!!

  3. Eric says:

    ETA Trespassing is an amazing album from a super talent of our time, and thes re-mixes Rock!

  4. [...] Idol Chatter: Adam Lambert goes ‘Trespassing’ with a remix EP ”Album number two has been a mixed bag for Adam Lambert. “Trespassing” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. But it spent just 10 weeks on the chart. “For Your Entertainment,” Adam’s first album, was on that chart for 51 weeks. And “For Your Entertainment” yielded two top 30 hits on Billboard’s Hot 100. Neither single from “Trespassing” — “Better Than I Know Myself” or “Never Close Our Eyes” — made much of an impact on the Hot 100, though the latter became a top 10 dance hit. Now Adam is back, releasing the title track as the third single from the album and a new eight-track remix EP. That EP includes four versions of “Trespassing,” two remixes of “Never Close Our Eyes,” and one each for “Better Than I Know Myself” and “Pop That Lock.” After one quick listen, the latter might be my favorite track on the EP, which you can pick up on iTunes for $5.99…” [...]

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