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'Time for Miracles'

Adam Lambert is getting ready to release his debut effort next month. The CD will be called For Your Entertainment and is said to be "very 70s glam rock." We shall see - I've already pre-ordered my copy. In the mean time, Adam recorded a song for the 2012 soundtrack. "Time for Miracles" is a sappy ballad, quite standard for a big budget Hollywood release. Of course Adam's voice is amazing on the track - and he looks great in the video below. I'm holding out for the rock, though. Adam was recently quoted as saying he'd "bring back glam." Considering I own the trademark on that phrase, I was pretty excited.

Watch the "Time for Miracles" video below.

Reader Comments (5)

you Rock Allison!
October 22, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercrued
you Rock Alley-Kat
October 22, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercrued
Will Adam Glambert's CD only be available at FYE stores??
October 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenternirVrana
WTF?? That's glam rock ? That's pretty medicore ballad with great voice , but he was better singing "Idol" songs , I hope his album would be really glam, but could it be done without great behind ? Glam Rock is all about band not only singer, I hope Adam knows that and there would be some great riffs and solos, that's what I don't like about Shinedown almost no solos at all and awesome riff, looks like singer is afraid guitar work would somehow overshadow him ( and that's not possible in Shinedown case)
October 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPeter
I like the song overall. Especially when it really kicks in. But I totally HATE the background music on the first verse or so. Its like a bad country song at first. I hope Adam's cd is better than this. But that being said I dont hate the song. It aint bad at all.
October 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKenny Ozz

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