It's obvious Adam Lambert has powerhouse vocals - you'd expect nothing less from the American Idol Season Eight runner-up. And he's not afraid to use them on his second album, Trespassing, a slightly more eclectic showcase of his talents than his debut, For Your Entertainment. The party tracks are still there, of course, but there are more of the ballads which do Lambert's voice more justice. The title track sums up Lambert in a nutshell - glamour, well-executed vocals, self-assurance, especially in the face of his critics, and lyrics that feel liberating. The heavy guitar riffs and rhythmic, almost hypnotising, drum kicks could have been overpowering, but his vocals simply shine through - as usual. While the tracks are well-produced, they're a bit of a backdrop, and not compelling enough on their own. They are catchy but not very memorable, so are unlikely to get stuck in your head. The main attraction is always his voice. If you're yet to be convinced of Lambert's vocals, listen to Outlaws of Love. It provides the ultimate proof of his impressive range. Although the lyrics are a little cliched ('nowhere to go, we're always on the run ... tears all feel the same'), at this stage, they're further proof that there's nothing that he can't achieve.