Li'l Wayne's last stand leads this week's music releases in the FOXLight. The much delayed and re-worked Rebirth finally drops a week ahead of Weezy's sentencing for weapon possession, and is a rock-leaning effort.
Who I Am is a declaration of independence of sorts from Nick Jonas, who splits from the JoBros to form his own Rock and Soul band The Administration in an attempt to grow literally and musically.
Rob Zombie follows up his now 12 year old solo debut with Hellbilly Deluxe 2, packed with more of his patented hard rock and horror.
Reknown producer and Electroni-cat BT returns with These Hopeful Machines; two hours of bleeps, bloops and stutters on two discs.
Joe Satriani Live In Paris: I Wanna Rock pretty much says it all in the title.
Also out this week...
Replaced replacement KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick drops BK3, not a Burger King value meal, but his third solo disc with help from Gene Simmons, John Corabi and Steve Lukather.
Charred Walls of the Damned is the eponymous debut of the all-star Metal outfit lead by Richard Christy, former drummer for Death and Iced Earth, but known better as a phony phone caller on the Howard Stern Show.
George Winston returns to the world of Charlie Brown with Love Will Come: The Music of Vince Guaraldi, Volume 2; 16 more tracks by the reknown Peanuts composer.
Two Broadway Cast albums to highlight: Finian's Rainbow features Cheyenne Jackson, Jim Norton and Christopher Fitzgerald; and Vanities - A New Musical comes to the Great White Way after a successful Off-Broadway run.
Ziggy Marley Presents: Dancehall Originators, Vol. 1 collects Marley-approved tracks by Buju Banton, Yellow Man and U-Roy.
And Wall of Sound: The Best of Phil Spector is a one disc distillation of the now-troubled Producer's trademark productions for The Ronettes, Darlene Love and The Crystals among others.
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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!