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Mike Posner has just reached the boarding gate for this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  31 Minutes To Takeoff is the full length debut for the current Top 40 storm-trooper...

Country boy Blake Shelton has taken to releasing his music in concise, and inexpensive, 6-track bursts.  All About Tonight is his second short-stack this year...

Order Of The Black is the latest hard rocker from Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society...

Christian Pop supergroup the Gaither Vocal Band return with Greatly Blessed...

Two hot soundtracks: one is for the Jonas Brothers/Demi Lovato starrer Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam...and the other for Michael Cera's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and features 5 new tracks from Beck.

Also out this week...

Reggae elder statesman Lee "Scratch" Perry returns with Revelation, his third set of collaborations, headed up by two fellow eccentrics: Keith Richards and George Clinton...

Eli "Paperboy" Reed drops the classic sounding Come and Get It!, another from the Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings/Amy Winehouse school of throwback soul...

More keyboard-laden jazz-funk is on tap from George Duke on his latest, Déjà vu...

LJ Plays The Beatles, Vol. 2 features former Wings-man Laurence Juber's acoustic take on 15 more Lennon-McCartney classics...

On the Reissue Front...

The final live performance of Roy Orbison, The Last Concert: December 4, 1988, featured Orbison in the midst of an unlikely career comeback, and made his death all the more untimely...

The Land That I Love is a compilation of patriotic-themed favorites by the Charlie Daniels Band, handpicked by Daniels himself and featuring two new tracks...

Judy Garland - Lost Tracks: 1929-1959 excavates 100 tracks, 55 of which are previously unreleased, and feature early radio appearances and late-career stage performances...

And straight, no-frills reissues label Wounded Bird has a ton of product hitting the cyber-shelves this week, some never before on CD. Highlights include: Rick Springfield's 1976 album Wait For Night...three from The Blasters: 1982's The Blasters, 1983's Non Fiction, and 1985's Hard Line...Billy Thorpe's 1980 21st Century Man...and the 2000 solo debut from Rush's Geddy Lee, My Favorite Headache.  See WoundedBird.com for the complete roster.

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