Adam Lambert/Taylor Swift Crossover Album Being Recorded

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Tuesday, 10 August 2010

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No one whom we talked to ever expected this album to be done, but it's almost completed and on it's way to release by January of next year. What's more, it's a hit already as fans of both are delighted.

Talk about weird combinations, Taylor Swift and Adam Lambert? Yes they have finished all but the technical stuff and the completion of two songs left.

Tentatively titled "Free Verse & Vibes", fans of both of the stars will want this one.

"It shouldn't be that much of a surprise", Lambert told our reporter. "She's performed with the rock group, Def Leppard and it was a great show if you saw it on TNN."

Taylor had told friends earlier in the week about the album and had told them how much fun it was doing the vocals with Lambert.

"We told him to just let himself go but to keep the words decent because I have a lot of fans in country music", stated Swift. "He did exactly that."

The record company told our reporter than all 12 songs were Swift and Lautner originals. That there wasn't so much harmony as there was one doing the backup or doing a section of the other's songs.

Will they perform together on stage?

Swift's manager stated that both have too much planned out for a tour but would love to do the songs on TNN as Taylor did with Def Leppard. She really loved doing that as you can tell if you watched the show. We're seeing what can be worked out.

He did say that the TV appearance would be AFTER the album was released has had a few months to become well-known.

This is Chester Ingraham for UP2

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