Eminem kicks off a blockbuster week of music releases in the FOXLight. Recovery follows last year's Relapse and replaces the now-shelved Relapse 2.

Ozzy Osbourne debuts new guitarist Gus G on his latest, Scream.

Miley Cyrus continues to shed her childhood, and some of her clothes, on the oh-so-grown-up Can't Be Tamed.

The Chemical Brothers add power-pop harmonies to their patented German rhythmic assault on Further.

Fresh out of Donald Trump's boardroom, Cyndi Lauper takes on Memphis Blues on the imaginatively titled Memphis Blues, with guests including BB King and Jonny Lang.

How I Got Over is the long-awaited album from Jimmy Fallon's house band, The Roots.

The Sellout marks the return of gravelly-voiced soulstress Macy Gray.

Also out this week...

Herbie Hancock collaborates with guests from around the world on The Imagine Project, including Jeff Beck, Dave Matthews, The Chieftains and Anoushka Shankar.

Modern rock and alt-country biggies gather to show their love for John Prine on the tribute Broken Hearts & Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine. Fans include My Morning Jacket, Drive-By Truckers and Josh Ritter.

Roadsongs is a double-disc live shot from The Derek Trucks Band.

Robert Randolph & The Family Band teamed with producer T-Bone Burnett and guests Leon Russell and Ben Harper for their latest, We Walk This Road.

Big country releases include Mark Chestnutt covering Kris Kristofferson, Waylon and Willie tracks on Outlaw...and half of Evan & Jaron goes country with his band Jaron & The Long Road To Love on Getting Dressed In The Dark.

For those who wanna rock, Danzig return with their first studio album since 2004, Deth Red Sabaoth...and Tattoos & Tequilas the latest from Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil.

And on the Reissue Front...

The album that launched The Isley Brothers' post-Motown renaissance and began a 10 year run of major chart success, 1969's It's Your Thing, gets remastered and unbelievably marks its' U.S. CD debut...

Cameo-Parkway and Collector's Choice team up for a bunch of oldies two-fers this week, including Chubby Checker's It's Pony Time/Let's Twist Again; The Orlons' The Wah-Watusi/South Street; Bobby Rydell's Salutes The Great Ones/Rydell At The Copa; and Terry Knight & The Pack's Terry Knight & The Pack/Reflections...

And fans of good ol' vinyl can bust out the Discwasher brush and drop the stylus on Jeff Beck's Wired, Eric Clapton's August, and Billy Joel's Storm Front, each remastered on 180 gram audiophile-grade vinyl.

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