It feels as though we’ve been waiting an eternity for Adam Lambert to release the follow up to his debut album, “For Your Entertainment.”  The new album, called “Trespassing” surely didn’t disappoint.

The title track is a high energy, in your face kind of anthem with an infectious stomping beat where Lambert declares that “I ain’t got BS” in his bag and “that’s one thing you can believe.”

The album also features what seems to have become a token track on most recently released albums about bullying.  His is called “Outlaws of Love.” The song is a ballad about acceptance.  The lyrics are very catchy and the chorus separates the song from other songs about the same topic.

Overall the album gets two enthusiastic thumbs up. Lambert stayed true to his Glambert roots and seems to have found a way to satisfy the mainstream and gay club niche culture.