January 19, 2017

Adam Lambert reveals favorite song and album of 2010

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HollywoodNews.com: While Adam Lambert has had one of the biggest years of anyone around, he still finds time to listen and be inspired by other artists; namely Australia’s Sia, who grabbed Lambert’s nod for his favorite album and song of the year.

To start off an ongoing series on Idolator, Lambert revealed that his favorite song and favorite album of the year belonged to the Australian chanteuse, who had quite a big year herself, performing at Coachella and penning several songs on Christina Aguilera’s album, Bionic. Lambert’s favorite cut off the album? “Be Good To Me.”

“Here in this song, she really lets us in. The riff she sings after the first phrase of the vocal is divine. Her voice really sails into a timber full of sympathetic vibration and rich overtones. These are one of her magical moments that give you goose bumps.”

Lambert continued, “Sia’s work is by far some of the best. I will always be a fan and really look forward to any future work she shares with the world.”

So for all of you Lambert die-hards, here’s your chance to listen to what the man himself has been listening to. Head on over to Idolator to hear Adam’s full response.

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2 Comments

  • December 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Riffs, timbers, vibrations and overtones, a true artist description.

  • December 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Adam is always so generous but he is also right.about Sia. Adam in my view thought is the #1 artist of the year in my book!

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