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Sting goes symphonic in this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  Symphonicities contains symphonic versions of Der Stingle's solo and Police tracks, and it's not as stuffy as you might think...

Korn have chosen to name their ninth album Korn III: Remember Who You Are.  While the math might be off, the music is right on...

/\/\ /\ Y /\ (or Maya, for the symbolically challenged) is the third album from Sri Lankan rap goddess M.I.A., and continues her sonic adventures...

Danger Mouse covertly teamed up with like-minded sound sculptor, the recently deceased Sparklehorse for Dark Night Of The Soul, and the never-ending guest roster includes Iggy Pop, Suzanne Vega and The Flaming Lips...

Intriguer marks the return of recharged '80s poppers Crowded House...

Also out this week...

Jerrod Niemann has written hits for Garth Brooks and Jamey Johnson, and now he gets to step out front on the contemporary meets roots country Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury...

dc Talk's Michael Tait takes over as lead singer of The Newsboys for their latest, Born Again...

The Laziest Gal In Town marks the official debut from former Broadway and current 30 Rock hottie Jane Krakowski, recorded cabaret-style last year...

Rock gets three times loud: Metal supergroup HELLYEAH return with album number two, Stampede...Masts of Manhatta is the latest from Tracy Bonham...and Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants has the Foo Fighters' guitar slinger stepping out and toning down for a twangy, rootsier set...

Two Hip-Hop bangers: Paul Wall teams up with Blink-182's Travis Barker for Heart of a Champion...and Pilot Talk is the major-label debut from mixtape fixture Curren$y...

On the Reissue Front...

R.E.M. continue revisiting their past with Fables of the Reconstruction: 25th Anniversary Edition, which adds a second disc of unreleased demos to the newly remastered album...

Concrete Blonde likewise get nostalgic with Bloodletting: 20th Anniversary Edition, adding six bonus tracks of rarities and B-sides...

Johnny Winter's 1968 and 1969 albums, The Progressive Blues Experiment and Johnny Winter return as a remastered two-fer CD...

And Sony/Legacy, no strangers to endless studio catalog compilations, turn their eyes toward live recordings with the newly-minted Setlist: The Very Best of...Live series, and the inaugural batch includes Alabama, Blue Oyster Cult, Jefferson Airplane, Judas Priest, Kansas, Willie Nelson, Ted Nugent, Quiet Riot and REO Speedwagon.  Each set contains previously released and, in many cases, unreleased live performances.

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In New York...Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!