Toby Keith and Roseanne Cash lend a country twang to this week's FOXLight Music Release roundup.
Toby's American Ride features jazzy assistance from Dave Koz and Marcus Miller.
Roseanne's The List is a covers album based on a list of 100 important songs her father Johnny Cash gave her, with high profile help from Elvis Costello and Bruce Springsteen.
Sonic Boom is the first new music in 11 years from KISS, actually a disc of new music, a disc of remakes, and a live DVD, and it's only available at Wal-Mart.
Kraut-rockers Tokio Hotel drop their latest Humanoid in English and German language versions.
Crazy Love is the latest from swing-meister Michael Buble, with one track a duet with Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings.
Also out this week...
Uber-producer Rick Rubin has two very different projects: singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile's latest Give Up The Ghost with an assist from Elton John; and Music For Men, the major label debut of gender-bending punkers The Gossip.
Backstreet's back...consider yourself warned. This Is Us is the Backstreet Boys' latest attempt to become relevant Backstreet Men.
With Aerosmith having more group members on the D.L. than the New York Mets, Joe Perry goes solo for the fifth time with Have Guitar, Will Travel.
French Electronicats Air also drop their fifth album, Love 2
Gospel stars BeBe and CeCe Winans keep it in the family once again for Still.
Rascal Flatts collect themselves on Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, 13 hits plus a live EP.
The Definitive Vince Guaraldi is the first 2 CD anthology of the Peanuts-pianist. 31 tracks, and more than just the Charlie Brown ones.
Duran Duran revisits their classic Rio and adds a second disc of much sought-after B-sides and longer "Night Versions".
Finally, can you smell the pumpkin pie? Feel that autumn crisp in the air? Well, it must be time for Christmas albums then, right? This week's round includes Ray Charles' The Spirit of Christmas, Dean Martin's My Kind of Christmas, and Christmas With Sinatra & Friends, which is a new comp featuring Frank's classic holiday fare mixed with similar sounding tracks from Mel Torme, Tony Bennett and Ray Charles with Betty Carter.
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