A vampire soundtrack takes a bite out of this week's FOXLight music release roundup. Muse, The Dead Weather, Cee-Lo Green and, appropriately enough, Vampire Weekend lend their music to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Soundtrack.
Another week, another Glee soundtrack, this one subtitled Journey To Regionals, which contains all six cast performances from this week's season finale.
Christina Aguilera returns with Bionic, a futuristic-sounding return to form for the bottle-blonde diva.
Sweet And Wild is the latest from Jewel, her second album since fully embracing the country vibe her earliest hits merely hinted at.
Dierks Bentley tackles tracks by Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson and U2 on Up On The Ridge, with guests Miranda Lambert, Del McCoury and Kristofferson himself.
Also out this week...
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals' self-titled third album is described as the sound of Tina Turner fronting the Sticky Fingers-era Rolling Stones.
Former boy banders Hanson drop Shout It Out, an homage to '60s and '70s soul with Funk Brother Bob Babbitt on bass.
A modern rock triple shot: Against Me! break in their new drummer on White Crosses...Hot Hot Heat return with Future Breeds...and Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy goes solo on Lazarus.
Li'l Jon returns from a Dave Chappelle-like disappearing act with the five years in the making Crunk Rock, with guests R. Kelly and Mario.
Connected is the first album in 20 years from former "Dream Weaver" Gary Wright, with guests Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, and the only man who can list on his resume Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers and the Pentagon(!), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter.
And on the Reissue Front...
A 3 disc Deluxe Edition revisiting of The Cure's Disintegration, including demos, rough mixes and live tracks...
Cheap Trick's 1980 Found All The Parts and 1990's Busted combined onto 1 remastered disc plus two bonus tracks...
Revolutions: The Very Best of Steve Winwood arrives as a 16-track single disc or a 4 CD boxed set, each tracking the keyboardist's career from The Spencer Davis Group through his latest solo tracks...
Finally, Collector's Choice drops two Bing Crosby collections: So Rare: Treasures From The Crosby Archive is a double-disc set of rare performances including his first solo radio performance in 1931...and Seasons: Deluxe Edition features his final album remastered with a bonus BBC concert recorded three days before his death in 1977.
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