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Adam Lambert Daily Update – September 18, 2012

September 18, 2012

By Juneau and Xena Follow us on Twitter @JuneauXena@XenaPW & @AdamLambertBook

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“…hey there…yeah you.  C’mon down, it’s comfy…”



“The Bon Jovi guitarist opens up to THR about his new label, personal struggles, how Jon Bon Jovi factors into the equation, plus his thoughts on singing competitions — and Adam Lambert.”
This Adam Lambert kid? I think he’s really, really good. [American Idol] builds stars and that excites me. I do not have the time to give to a show like that. Maybe down the road at some point I would consider it. I would be good at it. I have been a mentor on X Factor all over the world and Simon Cowell is a friend of mine. I have been a mentor on Idol in many different countries. I had Chris Daughtry out on the road with us. It’s been a fun show to watch with my daughter and I really get off on it and there is a lot of great talent that comes off that show… more
“DJ: Lambert song a ‘blatant ripoff'”  Wolfgang Gartner, the DJ-producer, on Monday criticized Adam Lambert’s song “Never Close Our Eyes” for sounding structurally similar to DJ-producer Deadmau5’s megahit “Ghosts N Stuff.”
Gartner wrote on Twitter:
“wow this Adam Lambert song on the radio ‘close my eyes’ is a completely blatant ripoff of Ghosts n Stuff. Chords, vocal melody, everything.”
Then Gartner asked Deadmau5 on Twitter, “sound familiar?” Deadmau5 (who headlines Saturday at club XS) responded, “*sigh* whatevs.”
But Deadmau5 guessed Lambert didn’t “produce” the song: “They just pay the kid to show up and sing.” Gartner agreed.
To be fair, Deadmau5’s “Ghosts N Stuff” is influential and an electronic masterwork, while Lambert’s pop song is different enough to be neither.
I sent a request for comment from Lambert via Twitter, but no response came as of my deadline.
deadmau5- Ghosts N Stuff – listen and decide for yourself. To me it sounds like a piece of MJ music repeated ad infinitum. ~X



Adam Interview in Japan!

“Adam Lambert’s ‘Pop That Lock’ Gets Remixed” by Renee Snyder On Monday, Adam Lambert tweeted kudos to someone who remixed a song off his latest album Trespassing. The track, called Pop That Lock, is one of the dance tunes on the album, and the remix gave it an even funkier beat. Adam obviously loves the remix, based on the comment he tweeted with the Soundcloud link: “This Remix is SOOOO great! Pop That Lock (Johnny Labs Mix) by @johnnylabs via #soundcloud.”



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8 Comments leave one →
  1. Susie permalink
    September 18, 2012 11:20 pm

    What an adorable interview with an adorable man. He’s so loveable. I just can’t stand it…I want to reach inside the screen and give him a big hug and a kiss.

  2. Jeanine Politte permalink
    September 19, 2012 3:50 am

    So Wolfgang is stirring up shit – just check out his blatant ripoff… Both Gartner and Deadmau5 are each talented in their own right, but I couldn’t listen to them hour after hour like I can Adam.

    • September 20, 2012 10:27 am

      This seems like a case of “any publicity is good publicity”. If a bunch of EDM fans go and check out Adam’s music, it’s all good! – j

  3. becca112971 permalink
    September 19, 2012 5:00 pm

    your choice of eye candy photo definitely makes me want to lay down and nap 🙂

  4. rosemary permalink
    September 19, 2012 6:30 pm

    Love it that Adam insisted that he be interviewed on the floor. Bein’ a little naughty…

    • September 20, 2012 10:26 am

      I think he was being culturally sensitive to the Japanese! : )

      • rosemary permalink
        September 20, 2012 7:53 pm

        Now that’s a lovely thought. Would fit with Adam’s sensitivity.

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