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The return of Usher leads this week's music release roundup in the FOXLight. 2 years and 1 failed marriage later, Raymond v. Raymond seeks to return "Ursha" to the top of the charts.

Freight Train is the latest from Alan Jackson, and guesting on the country kicker is Lee Ann Womack.

Barenaked Ladies return as a four piece unit, without big-voiced co-founder Steven Page, with All In Good Time.

A more "free and full of life" Erykah Badu drops New Amerykah, Part II: Return of the Ankh, the more party-friendly companion to 2008's Part I.

Country's own "Redneck Woman" Gretchen Wilson comes back with I Got Your Country Right Here, the first release on her own record label.

Also out this week...

Amy Grant returns to Contemporary Christian Pop in a big way with two releases...Somewhere Down The Road features 8 new and unreleased tracks plus some older favorites; and The Singer Songwriter Collection is a 2 CD repackaging of her classic albums Lead Me On and Behind The Eyes.

Latin crooner Jon Secada drops the English language Classics and the Spanish-sung Clasicos, each with his take on tracks from Santana to Sinatra.

This Charming Life is the latest from British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.

Half of Wu-Tang clan reunite for Wu Massacre, which becomes a full on reunion when Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon are joined by Inspectah Deck and Cappadonna on several tracks produced by RZA.

Robin Williams returned to the comedy stage last year following a divorce, a relapse, and open heart surgery.  All are represented on the CD and DVD Weapons of Self Destruction.

And on the reissues front...J is for Jackson 5 is a kids-leaning comp of Jackson 5 classics including 4 bonus karaoke tracks...Stax Number Ones collects 15 tracks from the classic soul label that reached the chart's apex by artists including Isaac Hayes, Sam & Dave and Booker T. & The M.G.'s...The Best of Edwin McCain includes a new track produced by Don Was...and 3 classic albums from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get remastered and tricked out with 5.1 Surround Sound mixes and bonus DVDs.  They are Tender Prey, Henry's Dream, and Good Son.

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