Adam Lambert's Album to Feature Full String Orchestra
Adam Lambert's post-"American Idol" studio album apparently will feature full string orchestra. Confirming the matter was Adam himself on his Twitter. He wrote, "At Capitol studios observing full string orchestra recording for one of my songs!! It's amazing!!!!!"
Adam Lambert is prepping to release the not-yet-to-be-titled album across U.S. on November 24. He works with Greg Wells, Kevin Rudolf, OneRepublic's vocalist Ryan Tedder, Sam Sparro, Kara DioGuardi, Linda Perry and RedOne.
The singer, who will announce 2009 AMAs nominations alongside Paula Abdul and Snoop Dogg on October 13, has also scored music for upcoming movie "2012 (2009)". For the soundtrack of the film, he performs a classic rock ballad track called "Time for Miracles" and recently filmed its accompanying music video.
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