Jack White's side-band's side-band leads this week's music release parade in the FOXLight. He gets behind the mic and the drum kit for Sea of Cowards, the second set from The Dead Weather.

"Nervy, melodic, explosive" are but three adjectives being used to describe High Violet, the sixth album from The National.

Coldplay-ish piano rockers Keane return with Night Train, which see them branch out to collaborate with Somali rappers and Japanese MC's.

Hang Cool Teddy Bear is the latest slab of bombast from Meat Loaf, his first non-Bat Out Of Hell sequel in some time.

San Diego metallists As I Lay Dying drop their fifth album in 10 years, The Powerless Rise.

Adding to the metric ton of rawk dropping this week is Plead The Fifth, the latest from Taproot...and original members of Evanescence hook up with a new big voiced female, American Idol finalist Carly Smithson, to form We Are The Fallen and their debut is Tear The World Down.

Live shots abound from Celine Dion, who toured the world after completing her 5 year Vegas run, and Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert documents that...and Jackson Browne teamed up with buddy David Lindley for a tour of Spain in 2006, from which they compiled the double-disc Love Is Strange.

4Troops is a group formed of combat veterans who served on the front line in Iraq and Afghanistan, and came together to record a self-titled collection of uplifting and patriotic songs in honor of veterans past, present and future.

All 10 Bon Jovi albums from their 1984 eponymous debut through 2007's Lost Highway are remastered and re-released as Special Editions, each featuring era-specific bonus live tracks and access to an exclusive website promising tons more content.

Kris Kristofferson's early years are revisited on Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends: The Demos 1968-1972, which contains 16 never before released demos of classic tracks like "Me And Bobby McGee".

British Steel: 30th Anniversary Edition is the Judas Priest classic remastered plus bonus tracks and a DVD featuring a 2009 concert and a documentary.

And Paul McCartney's recent Good Evening New York City gets a quick turnaround into a Deluxe Edition, expanding the original release to 2 CDs and 2 DVDs, adding the full 7 song performance atop the Ed Sullivan Theater promoting the show and other pocket-grabbing goodies.

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