Pearl Jam leads this week's roster of music releases in the FOXLight. Backspacer is their latest and it's only available through their website or Target stores. Sean Kingston brings Wyclef Jean and Li'l Wayne along for album number two, Tomorrow. Draw The Line is the latest from David Gray, with a guest shot by former Eurythmic Annie Lennox.
Harry Connick, Jr.'s latest, Your Songs, is a collection of cover songs requested by his fans, including tracks made popular by Elvis, The Beatles, Elton John and Billy Joel.
Glam-rocker Mika returns with The Boy Who Knew Too Much.
And a three-pack of new Rock from Brand New, rockingly titled Daisy; Life Starts Now, the latest from Three Days Grace; and Five Finger Death Punch drop War Is The Answer.
Also out this week...
The late Dan Fogelberg recorded an album a year before his death, locked it in a vault, and asked his wife to release it after his death. Its time is now, and it's titled Love In Time.
Stephen Stills went back to the vault and dug up 15 unreleased tracks from his time with Manassas for a collection called Pieces.
Los Lobos Goes Disney is an Amazon.com exclusive collection of tracks from classic Disney movies given the eclectic Los Lobos treatment.
Between My Head and the Sky is the latest sonic assault from Yoko Ono and her Plastic Ono Band, now a family affair including son Sean Lennon.
And in reissue-land this week, we have the last truly groundbreaking Beastie Boys album, 1998's Hello Nasty, now expanded with a second disc of outtakes and remixes. Ray Charles classic 1960 concept album The Genius Hits The Road gets expanded with 7 bonus tracks in the same road-trip vain.
Where The Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets: 1965-1968 is the latest Rhino collection of well-known and lesser-known rock tracks, this time 101 of them from L.A. based bands crammed onto 4 CDs.
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