Wed, 02 December 2009 00:51:45 ET
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The 'American Idol' star says one of his tracks, entitled 'Suburban Decay', will be suitable to be the score for the love triangle among Edward, Bella, and Jacob in the third 'Twilight Saga' film.
After "Time for Miracles" is included in "2012 (2009)
" soundtrack, Adam Lambert
says he wants his other track, "Suburban Decay", to make it into the soundtrack album of "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse
". The runner-up of "American Idol" season 8 thinks the song would fit the theme of the third "Twilight Saga" film.
Expressing his hope, Lambert recently told MTV News, "Hey, 'Eclipse' ... Want my song? It's kind of about vampires." Moreover, the 27-year-old noted that the song's verse is about "bloodlust" which he believes would be perfect as the score for the intensifying love triangle among Pattinson's Edward Cullen, Kristen Stewart
's Bella Swan, and Taylor Lautner
's Jacob Black.
Of the track itself, Lambert said, "It's a great song and I hope to perform it someday, and I think it will find a home, on a soundtrack or something ... maybe 'Twilight
.' " He went on detailing why the track was cut out from his major-label debut "For Your Entertainment". He stated, "It just didn't quite fit [in my album]. It's very theatrical. ... It's very campy, and it was just a bit too campy for the album as a big picture."
Adam Lambert recently generated about 1,500 complaints from viewers after his controversial performance at 2009 American Music Awards. While singing his song "For Your Entertainment", he was seen making out with his male keyboardist, simulating oral sex with a male backing dancer, and flashing his middle finger.
Commenting on the public outburst, Lambert told Ellen DeGeneres
during his appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, December 1, "I think people aren't used to seeing gay man portrayed that way on TV." He added, "The gay-male image in the media tends to be very cliche and safe ... I think I got up there and put more energy - a little more than I was attempting to - [in interpreting] the lyrics of the song, quite simply."
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