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Press Release from RCA about Adam Lambert

by on Nov.05, 2009, under All About Adam

photo from 2012 Press Conference

photo from 2012 Press Conference

Here’s a Press Release from RCA which gives us all the details about Adam Lambert’s debut album “For Your Entertainment”. It also contains information about Adam’s television appearances which include; his live performance at the American Music Awards and Good Morning America, as well as his appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman. RCA will announce more television appearances soon.

Even though Adam Lambert is an extraordinary talent in his own right, he is always very appreciative and thankful to those he works with; one of his most admirable qualities. Adam said, “I feel so lucky to have been granted true opportunity to work with some of the top producers and writers in popular music,” Says Adam. “This album is a reflection of their genius and the collaborative energy that they were gracious enough to share with me.”

Adam Lambert ‘For Your Entertainment,’ Debut Album Released Monday, November 23, 2009

Wed Nov 4, 2009 5:47pm EST

Adam Lambert ‘For Your Entertainment,’ Debut Album Released Monday, November
23, 2009

TITLE SINGLE NOW AT RADIO

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ — With his out-of-this-world vocal range and
unique musical style, Adam Lambert is the ultra-glam, rock superstar that has
America hooked. On Monday, Nov 23, Adam will unleash one of the most highly
anticipated debut albums, “For Your Entertainment,” on 19 Recordings/RCA. The
record garnered contributions from such innovative artists as Lady Gaga, P!nk,
Muse, Justin Hawkins formerly of The Darkness and Rivers Cuomo of Weezer.

Millions of fans watched Lambert’s stunning performances on the eighth season
of “American Idol” and now those millions of fans are waiting for the release
of the album and Adam’s first single, which Adam introduced on Ryan Seacrest’s
radio show Oct. 30. “For Your Entertainment” was written by Claude Kelly
(“Circus” by Britney Spears) and Dr. Luke (“I Kissed A Girl” by Katy Perry and
“Girlfriend” by Avril Lavigne, “Right Round” by Flo Rida, along with multiple
singles by Kelly Clarkson) and produced by Dr. Luke.

“I feel so lucky to have been granted true opportunity to work with some of
the top producers and writers in popular music,” Says Adam. “This album is a
reflection of their genius and the collaborative energy that they were
gracious enough to share with me.”

The credits on Lambert’s first album read like a list of the hottest artists
in the music business. Lady Gaga, long cited as a major influence on Adam,
c-wrote the track “Fever” with producer Jeff Bhasker. P!nk is a co-writer on
“Whataya Want From Me,” along with Sweden’s Max Martin and Johan Shellback.
Matthew Bellamy, of the British prog rock/eletronica band Muse, one of Adam’s
favorite groups, wrote “Soaked.”

Justin Hawkins, who was lead singer of the acclaimed British quartet the
Darkness, wrote the lead track on the album, “Music Again.” Rivers Cuomo,
co-founder, lead singer and principal songwriter for Weezer, is one of the
writers on “Pick U Up,” along with Lambert and Greg Wells (“I Do Not Hook Up,”
Kelly Clarkson).

There are other stellar names featured in the credits on Adam’s debut release.
Rock goddess Linda Perry, responsible for hits like “Beautiful” by Christina
Aguilera and “Get The Party Started” by P!nk, is the writer and producer of “A
Loaded Smile.” Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, whose credits include “Bleeding
Love” for Leona Lewis and “Halo” for Beyonce, wrote and produced
“Sleepwalker.”

Adam co-wrote four of the songs on his album. In addition to “Pick U Up,” Adam
penned “Strut” with Greg Wells and “American Idol” judge Kara DioGuardi;
“Aftermath” with Alisan Porter, Ferras and Ely Rise; and “Broken Open” with
Wells and Evan Bogart (whose credits include “S.O.S.” by Rihanna and “Jai Ho!
(You Are My Destiny)” from “Slumdog Millionaire.”

Four of the tracks on “For Your Entertainment” are produced by Rob Cavallo,
the A-list producer who has worked with Green Day, My Chemical Romance, David
Cook, Alanis Morisette, Chris Isaak, Paramore, Jewel, Shinedown and Dave
Matthews Band. Cavallo produced “Music Again,” “Soaked,” “Sure Fire Winners”
and the bonus track, “Time For Miracles,” from the soundtrack to the new
motion picture, “2012.”

One day before “For Your Entertainment” goes on sale, Adam will sing the title
track on television for the first time, appearing on “The American Music
Awards” on ABC-TV on Sunday, Nov. 22. He will give a special live concert
performance on ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, Nov. 25, “Late
Show With David Letterman” that same night on CBS and will pre-tape on Nov.
23. More TV shows to be announced soon.

For information go to: AdamOfficial.com

For Your Entertainment – Track Listing:

1. MUSIC AGAIN: Writer – Justin Hawkins, Producer – Rob Cavallo

2. FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT: Writers – Claude Kelly/Dr. Luke, Producer: Dr. Luke

3. WHATAYA WANT FROM ME: Writers: Pink, Max Martin, Johan Shellback,
Producers: Max Martin & Johan Shellback

4. STRUT: Writers: Adam Lambert, Kara DioGuardi, Greg Wells, Producer: Greg
Wells

5. SOAKED: Writer: Matthew Bellamy (MUSE), Producer: Rob Cavallo

6. SURE FIRE WINNERS: Writers: David Gamson, Alexander James, Oliver Lieber,
Producer: Rob Cavallo

7. A LOADED SMILE: Writer/Producer – Linda Perry

8. IF I HAD YOU: Writers- Max Martin, Johan Shellback, Savan Kotecha,
Producers: Max Martin & Johan Shellback

9. PICK U UP: Writers- Rivers Cuomo, Greg Wells, Adam Lambert. Producer – Greg
Wells

10. FEVER: Writers – Lady Gaga, Jeff Bhasker, Producer- Jeff Bhasker

11. SLEEPWALKER: Writers – Ryan Tedder, Aimee Mayo, Chris Lindsey, Producer-
Ryan Tedder

12. AFTERMATH: Writers- Adam Lambert, Alisan Porter, Ferras, Ely Rise.
Producer- Howard Benson

13. BROKEN OPEN: Writers- Greg Wells, Adam Lambert, Evan Bogart. Producer-
Greg Wells

BONUS TRACK:

14. TIME FOR MIRACLES: Writers – Alain Johannes, Natasha Shneider. Producer-
Rob Cavallo

SOURCE RCA Records

Adam Lambert Press Release from Reuters

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2 Comments for this entry

  • terie

    Why isn’t ADAM’s single FYE and TFM not getting any radio play? Several fans have requested them in various cities but they never hear them played on the radio. Is there some reason for this? Could someone please find out?

  • luv2laugh

    terie, before you can call in and request Adam’s single “For Your Entertainment”, it must be added to a radio station’s play list. Here is the media base link which lists all the radio stations which have added “For Your Entertainment” to their play list. This list is updated weekly.

    http://addboard.mediabase.com/SongAddHistory.asp?Sngcde=LAMBFYE&ob=1&format=XX

    We have heard that RCA is expected to have a big radio push next week for “For Your Entertainment.

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