Adam Lambert fans around the world finally get to hear his first post-American Idol material, and I'm sure that they won't be disappointed - I wasn't. But taking a step back away from Adam fans for a moment, if you have never heard of Adam Lambert then you really should give this song a go.
It is a pop/rock tune, which is no doubt going to be compared to Aerosmith's Armageddon theme I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
which is fair enough since they both serve the same purpose, which is to act as the theme to a big budget, end of the world, blockbuster film. But the thing about Adam's Time For Miracles is that it is so much better than I Don't Want To Miss A Thing. So hopefully in time, TFM will become just as recognised as one of the most famous movie soundtracks of all time.
So going to back to the song, it is your standard song of hope and not giving up, which you would expect from such a song accompanying 2012, but it's Adam's spin which makes this song something special. His voice can (and does) go so many different places in this song, you never quite know what to expect as it starts of fairly softly and develops into a rock ballad of sorts. There's a lot of passion in the song and after seeing the trailer for 2012, it fits perfectly as the leading theme.