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Digital Spy: Adam Lambert's original 'The Original High' leaks online and it sounds so chill

Filed Under () by Admin Fan on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Posted at : Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Adam Lambert's original 'The Original High' leaks online and it sounds so chill

Perfect for the summer months

Adam Lambert's 'The Original High' in its glorious final version, but an earlier cut of the track has leaked online and it sounds just as good.
This demo version of the track is a lot more chilled than the club-thumping beats of the album cut, but it has a Balearic shimmer for these warm months.
The earlier version of 'The Original High' appeared online earlier this week, 13 months after Lambert's third studio album of the same name was released.

Adam recently told Digital Spy that he plans to start writing his fourth studio collection later this year, after a run of huge festival shows with Queen this summer.
"The plan is still being concocted and is unfolding, so we don't really know. It's all kind of still spinning around," Adam said.
"It's only now that I'm starting to go, 'Where do I want to go next, sound-wise?' But I haven't gotten close enough to the process yet. I think I'll start working on stuff in the Fall."

 Posted by @Admin Fan for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS



LAMBERT Outlaw said...

I do so HOPE that ADAM includes some ballads on his next album. I LOVE .. There I Said It .. Underneath .. Soaked .. songs like those ... only this time I hope he RELEASES some of them to the radio ... with his Golden Voice it would be a chart topper ... I just feel it!! BTW ... I love both of these TOH versions but I prefer the one on the album!! JMO

tess4ADAM(LAMBERT Outlaw)

coloforadam said...

FINALLY....we all have own opinion so don't shoot me down but that is the BEST song on the album .... my "go to" driving song... top FAV .... so glad it hit the waves and is making a splash!!!

Dee R Gee said...

I love both TOH versions. That "discovered" is SO moody and dark, more so than the album one. As far as future albums go, I don't care WHAT type of song his next hit is, as long as it's a HIT.