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The hit machine known as Katy Perry leads this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  Teenage Dream is sure to keep that "California Gurl" at the top of the charts...

Usher makes a quick return with Versus, available by itself or paired up in a Deluxe Edition with his last #1, Raymond v. Raymond...

Back To Me is Fantasia's latest, and we wish only the best for the recently troubled American Idol...

A pair of Country jams: Little Big Town roar back for their first in 3 years, The Reason Why...and after opening for The Eagles and Willie Nelson, the Randy Rogers Band return with Burning The Day...

Great Pretender Chrissie Hynde and Welsh singer songwriter JP Jones team up, professionally and allegedly personally, as JP, Chrissie & The Fairground Boys for the jangly debut, Fidelity!

Also out this week...

Bluegrass fans can pick, and grin, from the following: Ricky Skaggs celebrates his 50th year in music with Mosaic...Joe Diffie circles back with Homecoming: The Bluegrass Album...and Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions brings Marty Stuart back to where he started, legendary RCA Studio B in Nashville...

The Hard Rock block goes worldwide, with: 7th Symphony, from Finland's own Apocalyptica...Warp Riders, from Texas boys The Sword...and At The Edge of Time, from Germany's Blind Guardian...

Derek Trucks, Chuck Prophet, and Toots Hibbert each link-up with JJ Grey & Mofro for the blues-rocking Georgia Warhorse...

Lo-fiers Ra Ra Riot display their love of 80's indie rock and new wave on The Orchard...

And on the Reissue Front...

Prestige and Riverside are two iconic jazz labels, and with both catalogs under the now huge umbrella of Concord Music, we benefit with some stellar retrospectives.  3 out this week are The Definitive John Coltrane on Prestige and Riverside, The Definitive Thelonious Monk on Prestige and Riverside, and The Definitive Sonny Rollins on Prestige and Riverside, each two-disc, lovingly annotated and remastered sets...

Sony/Legacy's Essential series goes Standard this week with The Essential Lena Horne and The Essential Henry Mancini, both 2 CD sets and a schooling in jazz and pop standards from the 1940's through the 1970's...

Hip-O Select revisits Nils Lofgren's pre-E Street days with 1977's I Came To Dance, a funky set with Gospel-tinged backing vocals by Patti Austin and Luther Vandross...

And Rhino Handmade continues a stellar release year with a long-rumored but only recently discovered live Tony Joe White set recorded back in his 1971 prime, That On The Road Look: Live.

Finally, if you have a moment, head on over to Podcast-ville in FOX News Radio land where you can find many terrific free and premium podcasts, including our very own FOXLight Podcast, which takes the best of the info above and adds the cream of the week's DVD releases.  Get it here.

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