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- Song Name: Ghost Town
- Artist Name / Band Name: Adam Lambert
- Produced By: Peter Carlsson, Ali Payami & Max Martin
- Album Name: The Original High
- Release Date: April 21, 2015
- Genre: Rock, Electronic, Pop
- Record Label: Warner Bros.
- Written By: Tobias Karlsson, Ali Payami, Max Martin, Sterling Fox & Adam Lambert
- Performance: Peaked at No. N/A
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Adam Lambert – Ghost Town Review
Adam Lambert generated pop history when he turn out to be the first ever publically gay artist to excel the Billboard 200 chart with his last album, Trespassing, in 2012. Then he continued to tour with Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May all over the world, getting positive reviews anywhere they went, and together with Jennifer Hudson proved that talent regimes supreme even if you did not succeed to take the American Idol title.
Adam Lambert was outlandishly specific on his first flush. “Ghost Town” is maybe his best single to date. “Ghost Town” serves as the leading single of Lambert’s upcoming latest studio album, “The Original High”. He worked hard on the song with pop music big shots, Shellback and Max Martin, and subsequently, expectancies have been extremely high.
Luckily, it seemed to have blown everyone away. The song starts with plain guitar riffs in the background, mellow verses, which showcase Adam’s voice in a susceptible and poignant mode. Adam’s one of the defining attributes in his music is his talent to create a balance in everything he has done, and “Ghost Town” features its tremendous proof.
“Ghost Town” is released on April 21, 2015 and is the leading single from Adam’s third music album, The Original High. The song is co-written by Adam Lambert, Sterling Fox, Ali Payami, Maz Martin, and Tobias Erik Karlsson.