Sade's first new music in 10 years leads this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  Soldier of Love proves Sade still makes leisurely music, albeit at a leisurely pace.

Celtic Thunder return with a tribute to the last 30 years of pop music titled It's Entertainment!, bringing their Irish lilt to tracks from Disney films to Neil Diamond and fellow countrymen U2.

3D, Daddy G, Mushroom and Tricky...nope, not new Teletubbies, but rather they make up Electronica O.G.'s Massive Attack, and their fifth album is titled Heligoland.

The more danceable, rockable side of the genre is represented by Hot ChipOne Life Stand and their latest is .

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds unplug and reunite for their third live set, the double-disc Live In Las Vegas.

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Country music is represented by Haywire, the latest from Josh Turner; Crows, an eclectic, bluesy set from Alison Moorer; and Kenny Chesney's second career retrospective, Greatest Hits II.

Though she started out in Country, k.d.lang moved on to pop standards, smoky ballads and even some Brazilian flair...and all are represented on Recollection, including 10 tracks from scattered guest shots and soundtracks.

R&B crooner Jaheim comes back for another round with Another Round; and old-school poet and prophet Gil Scott-Heron drops his first album in 15 years, the ironically-titled I'm New Here.

New Orleans' own Galactic return with ya-ka-may, which is slang for an all-encompassing stew and an appropriate title for a collection including Irma Thomas, Allen Toussaint and the Rebirth Brass Band as collaborators.

New Age electronicats Enigma drop the 3 CD Platinum Collection featuring 17 hits, 12 remixes and 11 never-before-released tracks.

Finally, in the middle of February we get served up Hot August Night/NYC from Neil Diamond, compiled from his recent four-night sold out run at Madison Square Garden.

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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!