35 Songs, 2 Hours 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

GRAMMY®-nominee and darling of American Idol’s eighth season, Adam Lambert delivers an over-the-top performance recorded at Clowes Hall in Indianapolis on August 31st, 2010 —that’s right, all this was recorded from one singular night smack-dab in the middle of a rigorous tour. “Voodoo” kicks off Glam Nation Live to a sea of screaming fans as Lambert starts the party with electro-flourished dance-pop bolstered by backing singers, distorted beats and his versatile voice and otherworldly charisma. “Down the Rabbit Hole” plays like Lambert could have been the son of Erasure as his androgynous inflections flirt with the audience over a futuristic disco backdrop before segueing into a simmering and seductive cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring Of Fire”, recalling the Pet Shop Boys’ 1991 mash-up of “Where the Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes off You)”. Making good on the album’s title, Lambert closes by rocking out with an unhinged rendition of T. Rex’s “20th Century Boy”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

GRAMMY®-nominee and darling of American Idol’s eighth season, Adam Lambert delivers an over-the-top performance recorded at Clowes Hall in Indianapolis on August 31st, 2010 —that’s right, all this was recorded from one singular night smack-dab in the middle of a rigorous tour. “Voodoo” kicks off Glam Nation Live to a sea of screaming fans as Lambert starts the party with electro-flourished dance-pop bolstered by backing singers, distorted beats and his versatile voice and otherworldly charisma. “Down the Rabbit Hole” plays like Lambert could have been the son of Erasure as his androgynous inflections flirt with the audience over a futuristic disco backdrop before segueing into a simmering and seductive cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring Of Fire”, recalling the Pet Shop Boys’ 1991 mash-up of “Where the Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes off You)”. Making good on the album’s title, Lambert closes by rocking out with an unhinged rendition of T. Rex’s “20th Century Boy”.

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