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Three divas lead off this week's FOXLight music release roundup, and it doesn't get any bigger than them.

Mariah Carey drops her much-delayed Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel.

Madonna finishes her career-long Warner Bros. contract with the 36 track double-disc best of Celebration.

And arguably the Queen Diva, Barbra Streisand releases her first straight-up Jazz album, produced by Diana Krall, Love Is The Answer.

Brand New Eyes marks the return of Paramore, with diva-in-training Hayley Williams.

Revolution is the latest from Country diva, Miranda Lambert.

Alice In Chains brings in new vocalist William DuVall and guest Elton John for their first since 1995, Black Gives Way To Blue.

And, new Rock is represented loudly by AFI with Crash Love; and Breaking Benjamin with Dear Agony.

Also out this week...

New music from Classic Rock stalwarts: Foreigner adds new singer Kelly Hansen for the Wal-Mart exclusive Can't Slow Down, a disc of new music, a disc of remixed greatest hits, and a DVD of live performances plus a behind-the-scenes documentary.

And, Lynyrd Skynyrd regroup after the loss of keyboardist Billy Powell with God and Guns, and an eclectic guest line-up featuring Jerry Douglas and Rob Zombie.

Ska-legends Madness return to original producers Langer and Winstanley for their first since 1999, The Liberty of Norton Folgate.

Big & Rich put the cap on the bottle of their career together with Greatest Hits.

Kris Kristofferson teams up with uber-producer Don Was for Closer to the Bone, his first since 2006.

Elvis Costello: Live at the El Mocambo finally gets a legit release. Formerly a radio-only promo, it highlights a hot 1978 show at the Toronto club.

And two boxed sets round us out: Genesis: Live 1973-2007 features all their live albums plus Live at the Rainbow 1973 in remixed stereo and surround sound on 8 CDs and 3 DVDs.

And The Rod Stewart Sessions: 1971-1998 features an alternate history of his career. 63 tracks on 4 CDs, all of them outtakes, alternates or unreleased.

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In New York...Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!