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    Album Review: Adam Lambert ‘The Original High’

    On June 16th, Adam Lambert will release The Original High, his third studio album. The first on Warner Bros. Records, who he signed with after parting ways with RCA Records late last year. In April, the former American Idol finalist released the album’s lead single “Ghost Town,” which is already showing well on the charts and radio. There’s no doubt that the reunion with his “Whatya Want From Me” co-writer Max Martin and Shellback, who serve as the album’s Executive Producers, contributed to it’s early buzz. While Lambert is perhaps the most controversial — and vocally talented– contestant from American Idol‘s 14 seasons, his need for reinvention was clear after his first two efforts fell flat with the masses.…

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    First Listen: Adam Lambert “Underground”

    After his second album Trespassing failed to take flight, Adam Lambert and his then label parted ways. But with a voice like Lambert’s, it wasn’t long before he had a new team, a new deal and a new single. The Original High, the third record from the one-time American Idol runner up, will drop on Warner Bros. Records on June 16th. With power duo Max Martin and Shellback leading the charge as the album’s executive producers, the outcome could be just what the singer needs to go from star to household name. “Ghost Town,” the first single from the album released April 21st, is a dance-inspired house track that brings out Lambert’s inner club kid. “Mine’s…