Adam Lambert’s “Aftermath” Gets A Billboard Remix

Robbie Daw | March 9, 2011 11:40 am

While we’re still chomping at the bit for the arrival of that Adam Lambert live CD/DVD combo, the Glam One is throwing his fans a bone in the form of a remix by Billboard (aka Mathieu Jomphe) of For Your Entertainment track “Aftermath.” Put on your dancing boots and give it a listen below. Glamazons will know “Aftermath” in it’s slower, more rock-oriented form. It’s a great jam that really allows for some prime wailing by Adam.

And recently, Billboard co-produced Britney Spears’ “Hold It Against Me” and “Till The World Ends” with Max Martin and Dr. Luke, two tunesmiths Lambert has worked with, as well.

Here’s Adam’s interview with Ryan Seacrest from today, where he discusses “Aftermath” and the fact that he’ll be performing an acoustic version on American Idol tomorrow night (the remix kicks in at 4:03):

Personally, we’re digging the dreamy feel of the Billboard remix of “Aftermath,” particularly the parts where Adam’s upper range is more prevalent. That said, we love the album version, too, and we really can’t place one above the other. (What do you think?)

Neon Limelight points out that the remix will be available from Lambert’s official site tomorrow. As Adam said in his interview with Ryan Seacrest, part of the proceeds will go toward benefiting The Trevor Project.