Adam Lambert is Surprised, Disappointed by Leaked Track List of Pre-Idol Material

Adam Lambert released a statement, reacting to the track list leaked by TMZ early this morning. He says the songs he co-wrote were demos and that he never intended for the public to hear them:

Last Friday I was surprised to find out that songs I recorded back in 2005 were being released. Since then I discovered the entire track listing, revealed online today. I was shocked to learn that songwriting demos of songs that I co-wrote and recorded over the past few years may be released in an album. Like a rough draft that a writer does before finishing a book, I did not intend my work on these demos to be heard by the public. I was unaware that anyone intended to release these recordings until I heard about it in the press, and I’m very disappointed by this entire situation.

A short statement was probably necessary at this point to clarify his initial statement that he was only a vocalist for hire on these recordings. Obviously it was a little more than that.

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