The best of music's best lead this week's FOXLight music release round-up. The 2010 Grammy Nominees album collects 20 nominated from across the spectrum, including Lady GaGa, Green Day, Rascal Flatts, U2 and the Zac Brown Band.

Transference is the latest from Spoon, their first self-produced effort and the influences reach far and wide from Bill Withers to The Police.

The soundtrack to the Jeff Bridges film Crazy Heart collects 16 Country cured tracks, or 23 on the Deluxe Edition, by Buck Owens, George Jones, Waylon Jennings and Bridges himself.

My Dinosaur Life is the Mark Hoppus-produced fourth album from punk-poppers Motion City Soundtrack.

Album number eight from The Eels is titled End Times, and chronicles divorce against the backdrop of a world losing its integrity.  Heavy.

Also out this week...

10 tracks from 3 number one Country albums, plus a live cover of Heart's "Barracuda" make up Gretchen Wilson's Greatest Hits.

Little Immaculate White Fox is the excellently-titled debut of Pearl, who just happens to be the daughter of Meat Loaf and the wife of Anthrax's Scott Ian, so you can guess what you might be in for.

Crucial Times collects 15 years' worth of unreleased tracks from Dancehall reggae superstar Sizzla.

Jethro Tull continue their never-ending live CD issues with Living With The Past, covering a 2001 concert at the Hammersmith Apollo.

Michael Martin Murphey's Lone Cowboy: Live and Solo features, simply, Murph and his guitar recorded live at the Western Jubilee Warehouse Theatre in Colorado Springs.

And two Disco ladies get remastered...Cheryl Lynn's self-titled 1979 debut featuring the hits "Got To Be Real" and "Star Love" plus an unreleased 12 inch remix; and Pattie Brooks' 1977 debut Love Shook and its' 1978 follow-up Our Ms. Brooks get paired up on a 2-on-1 CD.

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