Adam Lambert Is A “Voodoo” Doll, Plans Remix EP

Becky Bain | March 5, 2010 11:30 am

Adam Lambert’s “Voodoo,” co-written by “Black and Gold” singer Sam Sparro, was previously unreleased in the U.S., but that’s about to change—the fantastical dance-ballad is set to be a bonus track on the “What Do You Want From Me” and “For Your Entertainment” remix EP. Will “Voodoo” put a spell on you? Listen below.

Adam Lambert – “Voodoo”

The song is a romantic and futuristic, and allows Lambert to show off his killer pipes once again (although it takes two and a half minutes to get to the money note). Whereas Adam’s previously surfaced, Twilight-inspired track “Suburban Decay” is a pit more 70s punk-rock than 70s glam-rock, “Voodoo” definitely captures the spiritual, sensual electro vibe present in the rest of For Your Entertainment—which explains why it made the cut for the international release of Adam’s debut album.

Speaking of international, the blueberry-flavored performer is currently in Sparro’s homeland of Australia, promoting his album (which hit #1 on the iTunes pop chart Down Under) and celebrating Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney. The only question is, can Mardi Gras handle Adam’s fabulousness?