Good things come to those who demand it. Immediately.
OK, not exactly: You'll have to wait until tomorrow to downloadBrad Walsh's latest album Right Now for free.
Walsh wrote, produced, recorded and mixed every track himself, and -- in a departure from his previous two albums double-stuffed with collaborations -- Brad sings on every song, with no guests.
There isn't even a special appearance from boyfriend Christian Siriano, who we wouldn't mind hearing do some FIERCE track-talking a la "Born This Way" ("don't be a drag, just be a queen," etc.).
But Right Now is much too serious for that. In it Brad takes us to darker, more intimate places, drawing on autobiographical material ranging from a deadbeat dad ("Father") to unfaithful friends and lovers ("When the Glitter Washes Away" and "Cheetah").
No need to check your mascara every five seconds, though. Most of the album, including our favorite, "Addicted to the Beat," is pure club:
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