Aerosmith and the Rolling Stones rock the FOXLight Music Releases: Week of 11-5-2012

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Aerosmith release their first new music in 11 years, leading this week’s FOXLight.  The Boston rockers reunite with Toys in the Attic producer Jack Douglas for Music from Another Dimension

NOW That’s What I Call Music! 44 collects recent hits by P!nk, Flo Rida and Korean-pop sensation Psy

Ne-Yo moves to the legendary Motown label for his fifth album R.E.D.

Christian rockers Third Day turn to secular hit-maker Brendan O’Brien for their latest, Miracle

Kylie Minogue reworks some earlier hits at EMI’s legendary studio on The Abbey Road Sessions, with guest Nick Cave

Movie soundtracks arrive with the Adele-led SkyfallJohn Williams’ score for Lincoln…and the inventive Tykwer/Klimek/Heil score for Cloud Atlas

Television soundtracks include Glee: The Music Presents Glease, with cast-sung takes on Grease…and the download-only Victorious 3.0: Even More Music from the Hit TV Show and It’s A SpongeBob Christmas!

Mike Doughty covers Cheap Trick, John Denver and Stephen Sondheim on The Flip is Another Honey

2011 MOJO Award-winner Rumer covers songs from the ’70s on Boys Don’t Cry, which has been available for download since earlier this year…

Some old favorites return with new music: Dionne Warwick looks back on her 50-year career and reworks old chestnuts on NowPublic Enemy drop their second new release this year The Evil Empire of Everything…Dutch rockers Focus return with their first in six years, X…and the former voice of Queensryche Geoff Tate delivers his second solo album Kings & Thieves.

On the Reissue Front

The dawn of Rolling Stones hysteria was filmed but never completed and released – until now.  Charlie Is My Darling follows the group around Ireland in 1965, and those seminal performances and behind-the-scenes footage are the centerpiece of a Super Deluxe box set containing 2 CDs, Blu-ray, DVD and vinyl…

Jethro Tull’s Thick As A Brick returns in a 40th Anniversary Edition containing a new remix on CD, and a DVD with surround sound and high resolution stereo renderings of the remix and original mix…

The Who‘s Live at Hull 1970 was originally part of the 2010 Live at Leeds super deluxe box set, but now you can purchase it separately.  This is the incendiary live show recorded the night before Leeds, and many believe it is a far superior performance…

Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits and All-Time Classics is a 3 CD collection of classic CCR studio and live tracks – 40 of the former, and 12 of the latter…

Megadeth‘s Countdown to Extinction celebrates its 20th Anniversary remastered and adds a second disc with a live set recorded in 1992 at San Francisco’s Cow Palace…

Real Gone Music continue their Johnny Mathis reissues from his time at Mercury Records with two more two-fers: This is Love/Olé and The Sweetheart Tree/The Shadow of Your Smile

NOW That’s What I Call Disney! collects 20 favorites from classic Disney films…

And Sony/Legacy fills in some more Complete Albums mega sets: Louie Armstrong‘s The Complete Columbia/Okeh and RCA Recordings 1925-1933 (10 CDs)…Blue Oyster Cult‘s The Complete Columbia Albums Collection (16 CDs/1 DVD)…Duke Ellington‘s The Complete Columbia Studio Albums Collection 1951-1958 (9 CDs)…Bessie Smith‘s The Complete Columbia Recordings (10 CDs)…Bill WithersThe Complete Sussex and Columbia Albums Collection (9 CDs)…and Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Complete Broadway Musicals (12 CDs & a 100-page book).

Grab the FOXLight Podcast, available here, to get all the week’s DVD and music releases in one place!

In New York…I’m Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk.