Blithely ignoring Abba's advice about winners and taking it all, American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert has had an astounding year, building on his early window of opportunity to become one of the biggest-selling artists to emerge from the crucible of TV talent.
The Californian singer released his debut album For Your Entertainment at the tail-end of 2009, hitting #3 on the Billboard 200 and confounding the critics, who lauded its combination of glitz and guts.
The Dr. Luke-produced title track and first release from the record picked up 960,000 scrobbles during the year, but your favourite was the rockier single 'Whataya Want From Me', co-written with P!nk, which was scrobbled 1.67 million times.
An all-star cast of songwriters - including Matt Bellamy of Muse, Rivers Cuomo of Weezer and Lady Gaga - can take some credit for the nearly 7 million scrobbles Lambert's debut racked up as he established himself as more than just bread and butter for Simon Cowell and the judging panel.
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6 691 696 titres de Adam Lambert ont été scrobblés cette année.
Concerts de l'année (Oct ’09 — ’10)
959 utilisateurs de Last.fm ont vu Adam Lambert en 2010 avec 120 concerts dans 20 pays
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