A pair of Classic Rockers get the blues in this week's FOXLight. Tom Petty reunites with his Heartbreakers for their first studio album in eight years, the blues-rocking Mojo. And the Steve Miller Band ends a 17 year studio drought with Bingo!, a smokin' collection of blues covers.

Sarah McLachlan returns after 7 years with Laws of Illusion.

Something For Everybody is the first new set from Devo in 20 years.

Li'l Wayne lends guest vocals to two hot hip-hop joints...Drake's Thank Me Later, and Kevin Rudolf's To The Sky.

Swedish pop diva Robyn drops the first part of an ambitious trilogy, Body Talk Pt. 1.

Suzanne Vega revisits her past, acoustically, with Close Up Vol. 1: Love Songs.

Also out this week...

The Cowboy Junkies launch their world-travelling Nomad Series with the Chinese music-infused Renmin Park: Volume 1.

American Slang is album number two from The Gaslight Anthem.

Booker T guitarist Steve Cropper had so much fun with Young Rascal's lead singer Felix Cavaliere on last year's Nudge It Up A Notch that they return with Midnight Flyer.

Nickel Creek's Chris Thile returns to his other band, the Punch Brothers, for their sophomore slab of Bluegrass, Antifogmatic.

Two NOW comps hit the streets: NOW That's What I Call Music! 34 collects recent hits by Usher, Ke$ha and Justin Bieber...and NOW That's What I Call The USA: The Patriotic Collection corrals classic flag-wavers by Alabama, Brooks & Dunn and Lee Greenwood.

All My Friends Are Here is a collection assembled by legendary producer Arif Mardin just before his death, and he called in the big guns including Bette Midler, Carly Simon, Norah Jones and Hall & Oates.

Chris Isaak's Live At The Fillmore captures a 2008 gig at the famous Frisco venue.

And on the Reissue Front...

John Mellencamp surveys his career with a lavish boxed set of mostly rarities and demos, the 4 disc On The Rural Route 7609...

Oasis drop the second comp of their career, Time Flies...1994-2009, this time in several forms: a 2 CD set, a 3 CD/1 DVD boxed set, and a 5 LP vinyl box...

The long out-of-print soundtrack to the 1980 golf comedy Caddyshack gets a very limited CD run of 3500 copies, so be quick to get your fix of Kenny Loggins, Journey and The Beat.

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