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This week's FOXLight music release roundup has got Heart...as in Ann and Nancy Wilson's Heart who return with Red Velvet Car, which is equal parts "Barracuda" and "These Dreams"...

Wanna rock like it's 1999? Well, you've got three chances this week: Disturbed return with Asylum...Papa Roach combine live and studio tracks on Time For Annihilation...and Goo Goo Dolls drop Something For The Rest Of Us...

Ryan Bingham tries to capitalize on the success of the film Crazy Heart, which used his music, and re-teams with that soundtrack's producer T-Bone Burnett for Junky Star...

Smooth and silky Lyfe Jennings drops album number four, I Still Believe...

Now! 35 compiles recent hits by Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Lady GaGa.

Also out this week...

Richard Thompson toured the west coast this past February, and recorded 13 new tracks in front of those lucky audiences.  The result is Dream Attic...

Feeding The Wolves marks the end of a two year break for 10 Years...

Folk duo The Weepies return with Be My Thrill...

Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis and singer songwriter boyfriend Johnathan Rice turn their personal harmony into vocal harmonies as Jenny and Johnny on their duo debut I'm Having Fun Now...

Former Monkee Micky Dolenz pays tribute to Carole King on his first album in 10 years, King For A Day, covering 13 King-written tracks...

Better Than I Used To Be is the latest slab of down home Country from Sammy Kershaw...

And on the Reissue Front...

Miles Davis' fusion-jazz groundbreaker Bitches Brew returns in two flavors: a Legacy Edition, with 2 CDs and 1 DVD including a live Copenhagen performance from 1969; and a 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition which adds a third CD and 180 Gram virgin vinyl to the proceedings...

Friday Music revisits and expands two from Boz Scaggs: his 1971 second album Moments adds four bonus tracks; and 1988's Other Roads adds three...

The Best of Gerald Levert collects 15 tracks from the soul singer's tragically short life, from his solo career, the group Levert, and duets with his father, O'Jay's lead singer Eddie Levert...

Patti Austin's 1981 Quincy Jones-produced breakout Every Home Should Have One gets a straight remastering...

Fans of Disco know the name Tom Moulton.  The credit "A Tom Moulton Mix" appeared on literally thousands of singles and albums from the '70s Disco heyday through today.  Arguably some of his greatest remix work was done for groups involved in the Philadelphia soul explosion (The Trammps, The O'Jays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, just to name a few). Well, in the shadow of the pea-green/purple giant Philadelphia International Records was a label called Philly Groove, which churned out hits by The Delfonics, First Choice and others (with the same backing musicians that played on the PIR stuff, MFSB). Now, over thirty years later, Moulton adds his magic touch to 12 hits and should-have-been-hits from the Philly Groove catalog on Philly ReGrooved: The Tom Moulton Remixes.

Finally, Universal Music, who are no strangers to compilation overload, add another series to an already flooded market called Icon, 12 track (and in some cases, 24 track) best of's from a wide range including Janet Jackson, Vince Gill, Hoobastank, and the Jackson 5.  See the complete list here.

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