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Trespassing
Adam Lambert
In the US, Adam Lambert is enough of a star to wind up the extreme right. After finishing second on American Idol in 2009, he sold a million or so copies of his surprisingly decent debut album, For Your Entertainment. The first half of Trespassing offers succulent up-tempo pop. There are a couple of derivative cuts, but the highlights are tasty enough to compensate. Naked Love sounds like a mash-up of P!nk and early Madonna, and Kickin' In is the sort of irresistible Michael Jackson tribute that Justin Timberlake used to dish up. Best of all is Cuckoo, which has a vocal hook. The album's second half is less entertaining, alternating between bombastic arena-rock stompers and unimaginative ballads. Outlaws of Love is a well-intentioned but not terribly interesting rights anthem, while Underneath somehow manages to sound both overwrought and boring. Only Broken English competes with the pop thrills of the first half. But even when his material sags, Lambert is a compelling presence: a likeable pop peacock with a vocal range many might envy. His lyrics rely too heavily on meaningless slogans, but he never lacks a sense of humour.

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