Adam Lambert’s First Single Gets Kicked Online A Little Bit Early

noah | October 19, 2009 10:45 am

American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert’s debut recording “Time For Miracles”—which is supposed to debut on the soundtrack to the forthcoming slice of apocalyporn 2012—has made its way onto the Internet thanks to someone at the iTunes Store’s Italy branch getting a bit overexcited about the prospect of it existing. And oh boy, is it a doozy: It’s a megasized ballad that puts previous destructoflick tie-in songs like “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” to shame, with strings glopped all over it and Lambert showing off every octave that he can. I guess the ’90s revival had to extend to supersized soundtrack ballads that were tailor-made for… being overperformed by hopefuls attending American Idol auditions. Hey, wait a second! Clip after the jump.

In other news, the still-kicking Details will have the Glambert on its cover for the holidays, and the big scandal is that the photoshoot features him kissing ladies. OMG, right? Adam Lambert Time For Miracles Full Song [YouTube via RS]