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Seventeen proved lucky for James Taylor. The 67-year-old singer finally landed his first Billboard 200-topping album of his six-decade career. It’s almost criminal that he hasn’t achieved this previously. Before This World, his first album of original material since 2002, moved 97,000 units (96,000 of which were sales) in its debut week.

Taylor edged out a trio of high-profile new releases. Read below to see how Adam Lambert, Hilary Duff and Nate Ruess fared with their LPs.

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Sometimes changing one’s look can alienate one’s fans. That’s not the case with Adam Lambert’s less eccentric look. Almost universally, his less-is-more approach has been embraced by his army of Glamberts.

On His Less Eccentric Look

“I just generally grew out of that old look and enjoyed new ones—it’s as simple as that. There’s also a point where I was working really hard to achieve a look that I was really into, and it was really fun and I wanted to stand out and be crazy and be weird and make a statement with the stuff I was wearing. I look back on some of those red carpet looks, and I’m like, What were you thinking?”

The 33-year-old singer also opens up about coming out publicly in 2009 in the latest issue of OUT Magazine. Read his thoughts on that below, along with checking out more pics snapped by Jack Waterlot.

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Before I get to the performances, can I just quickly gush over Adam Lambert. The American Idol Season 8 runner-up is looking pretty fiiiiiine these days. I’ve always loved him for his vocal prowess, but recently I find myself noticing him for his physical assets as well. Dude oozed sex throughout the following performances.

As part of Good Morning America’s Summer Series, the 33-year-old singer belted out three tunes. Two of which from his new album, “Ghost Town,” “The Original High,” and his biggest smash to date, “Whataya Want From Me.” The crowd ate up everything Lambert was serving.

Check out the videos below. As always, Adam was on point with his vocals. Absolute slayage!!!

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With his album release days away (June 16), Adam Lambert has just released the title track “The Original High” and it’s my favorite track from this Max Martin-produced LP yet! The upbeat track will serve as a worth edition to your work-in-progress summer playlist and you’re bound to be hearing on the dancefloor soon enough.

Listen to this song and/or stream the album in it’s entire via Amazon below.

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Adam Lambert knows how to kick off the weekend. The 33-year-old singer shares two new tracks off his highly-anticipated third studio album, The Original High, much to the delight of his adoring fans. Given that it’s still three weeks away, I’m glad Lambert was in a generous mood.

Both “Another Lonely Night” and “Evil In The Night” start off slowly before picking up the energy. Of the two, I like the former one much better. The Max Martin co-produced track is an electro-pop masterpiece that reminds me of something that Robyn would record. It’s so good, I could see it as a potential single. The latter features more of a dubstep/drum and bass kinda vibe.

With offerings like these to go along with the previously released “Ghost Town” and “Underground,” I have high hopes that The Original High could put Adam on top of the charts where he belongs. Someone needs to give Sam Smith a run for his money ;) Check out both tracks below.

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Adam Lambert Goes ‘Underground’ On New Track

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Adam Lambert gives his adoring fans another taste off his forthcoming album, The Original High, in stores in a month. The 33-year-old singer swaps out the house beats of “Ghost Town” for slinky haunting percussion.

Like its predecessor though, “Underground” also features some finger snapping. Another solid offering from his new era. I’m beyond curious to hear what else Lambert has in store for us on his new LP. Give his passionate ballad a listen below.

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Ever wondered what ‘Coachella gone goth‘ looks like? Wonder no more. Simply watch Adam Lambert’s stylish new clip for “Ghost Town.” The 33-year-old entertainer described the clip in those very words to Entertainment Tonight.

On The Video Concept

“I wanted to bring in some cool people so that everyone could feel like they were a part of this thing,” Lambert says. “No matter who you were, no matter how old or your race or your sexual orientation or anything, I want it to feel very melting pot.”

After seeing Jack White’s “Freedom at 21″ clip, Lambert reached out to its director Hype Williams to collaborate with. Given the iconic director’s past work, I was expecting more. Though there’s nothing groundbreaking about the black-and-white video, I will say it’s very stylish and suits the Max Martin-produced track well. Check it out below.

On How He Felt When He Came Across Madonna’s Similarly-Titled Single

“This was done, it was mixed, we had already decided that it was the first single and then December rolled around and I opened up my laptop and looked on iTunes and there was another ‘Ghosttown,'” he says. “It was funny to me because I’m a huge Madonna fan and have been following her career ever since I was a kid and maybe there’s something in the universe going on, I don’t know. Maybe our writers all drank the same Kool-Aid. I don’t know what it was, but it was amazing.”

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After hearing the short snippet Adam Lambert shared last week, I fully expected “Ghost Town” to be one full out EDM concoction. While there are certainly some killer beats, the track surprisingly features moody acoustic verses before kicking things into high gear during the chorus. Like Hilary Duff’s “Sparks,” the Max Martin and Shellback-produced single includes some hypnotic whistles.

“It was executive produced by Max Martin and Shellback and they helped me keep a very cohesive sound and mood throughout. Sonically it feels more contemporary than my previous material. It’s definitely pop but not bubblegum. We have avoided camp and theatrics and have favoured a darker, more grounded vibe, and at the same time, it will make you dance” – Adam Lambert via Hunger magazine

In addition to debuting the lyric video for the lead cut off his third studio album, the 33-year-old entertainer revealed the official tracklist for The Original High. The most notable detail that pops up is a track titled “Rumors” which features Tove Lo. I can’t wait to hear this collaboration.

Check out the “Ghost Town” lyric clip below along with the tracklist. I’m already obsessed with the cut. It’s a haunting pop dance masterpiece.

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