Adam Lambert – “Ghost Town” – Music Review

This is honestly the one track on the album, The Original High, that really caught my attention. It’s a great adjustment for the American Idol star.

The build up at the beginning is a classic House technique that captures the listener’s attention until the instrumental kicks in. The House instrumental for “Ghost Town” complimented his voice very well and the subtleness of the chorus helps set up for the breakdown sections, which brings in a lot of energy to the song. Lambert does a great job of not overly hyping up his vocals on this track and the quality of his vocals is abundantly better than past projects. A must listen tune for July.

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