It's Exile on FOXLight in this week's music release roundup as the crown jewel of the Rolling Stones' catalog, Exile On Main Street, gets remastered and adds a second disc of unreleased tracks. And a Super Deluxe Edition adds vinyl, a hardcover book and a documentary DVD.

Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers extends the FOX-TV juggernaut with 20 more cast-sung favorites.

The Black Keys went down to legendary Muscle Shoals Studios in Alabama and came out with Brothers, their sixth release.

Princeton's own James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem returns with This Is Happening.

Infinite Arms is the third album, and marks the major label debut of Asheville, NC based Band of Horses.

Also out this week...

Reggae and Hip-Hop merge as Nas and Damian Marley team up for Distant Relatives.

The uncatagorizable Jamie Lidell grabs Beck, Feist and others for his latest, Compass.

Former American Idol finalist Bo Bice returns with 3, a mixture of Southern Rock, Country and Americana he calls "the record I always wanted to make."

Everything But The Girl's Tracey Thorn goes solo once again for Love & Its Opposite.

Mary Gauthier drops the autobiographical song cycle The Foundling, detailing the adoptee's failed attempt to connect with her birth mother.

Two ends of the Jazz spectrum are covered by Mindi Abair in Hi-Fi Stereo, with Abair revisiting the sound of '60s and '70s soul...and Fusion-drummer Lenny White leads his own session for the first time in 10 years, Anomaly.

On the Reissue Front...

The '80s are in high vogue with two Special Editions from Duran Duran, their self-titled debut and 1983's Seven And The Ragged Tiger, each remastered with a bonus disc of remixes, B-sides and demos...Devo's 1981 New Traditionalists adds six bonus tracks...and The Jayhawks' 1986 The Bunkhouse Album makes its CD debut...

Rick James' 1979 Fire It Up and 1980's Garden Of Love each make their U.S. CD debut with bonus tracks...

Otis Redding: Live On The Sunset Strip unearths a 1966 live show recorded at the Whiskey A Go-Go...

Meet The Supremes: Expanded Edition combines the mono and stereo versions of The Supremes' 1962 debut on one disc, and adds a second disc with an unreleased live show recorded at NY's legendary Apollo Theater...

Fans of Gordon Lightfoot have lots to rediscover as 11 classic albums get remastered: Sit Down Young Stranger, Summer Side of Life, Old Dan's Records, Sundown, Cold On The Shoulder, Summertime Dream, Endless Wire, Dream Street Rose, Shadows, Salute, and A Painter Passing Through.

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