Hot Sheet: Cheyenne Jackson Changes His Tune
BY Jeremy Kinser
May 11 2012 3:00 PM ET
1. MUSIC: Trespassing, Adam Lambert
On half of his often-dazzling sophomore album the pop superstar makes the dance record we’ve longed for, but Glambert also wraps his magnificent voice around gorgeous melodies — some with politically infused lyrics. Standout tracks include the liberating "Cuckoo"and the stirring equality anthem "Outlaws of Love." Available Tuesday.
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