Full Version of Adam Lambert's "Time for Miracles" Leaks

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A week after a one-minute excerpt of Adam Lambert's song "Time for Miracles" was posted online, the full version has become available — albeit unofficially — to those residing in North America.


This "leak" is courtesy of several European iTunes stores, where the song — part of the soundtrack to the upcoming disaster film "2012" —  was officially released in the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.  No North American release date has been officially announced (Amazon.com originally listed Oct. 16 but the site now says Oct. 27), and a number of postings of the song have been taken down by Lambert's record label.

The "American Idol" runner-up, who previously was best known for starring in the touring production of Wicked, has moved up the release date of his debut CD (titled "For Your Entertainment") by one day, from Nov. 24 to Nov. 23. The change was made because competing record label Universal announced that its artists, including 50 Cent, Rihanna, Timbaland and Jay Sean, would drop their CDs that day (dubbed "Super Monday" by the label) and RCA, which is releasing Lambert's album, matched the move to take advantage of foot traffic into stores.

Here's "Time for Miracles." Listen while you can.

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