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Maroon 5 lead the pack in this week's FOXLight music release roundup with their third album, and first with AC/DC, Foreigner and Shania Twain producer 'Mutt' Lange, Hands All Over...

Zac Brown Band keep their momentum growing with You Get What You Give...as do Michael Franti & Spearhead, capping a colossal year with The Sound of Sunshine...

Santana salutes his weapon of choice on Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time...

Disney star Selena Gomez takes her band, The Scene, and hits the dance floor on her Gold debut follow-up, A Year Without Rain...

John Legend and The Roots team up for Wake Up!, an album of left field soul covers...

Also out this week...

A trio of Country kickers: Billy Currington returns with Enjoy Yourself...Randy Hauser rolls on with They Call Me Cadillac...and an unlikely entry from Johnny Mathis, (yes, you read that right!) who covers Country standards on Let It Be Me: Mathis in Nashville...

Loud guitars shred forth from Black Country Communion, a supergroup featuring Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, and Jason Bonham...and Serj Tankian keeps System Of A Down on the back burner with Imperfect Harmonies...

On the feminine side, there's the fifth album from Paula Cole, Ithaca...Jane Monheit covers jazz standards, classic and future, on Home...a pickin', fiddlin' and grinnin' Rhonda Vincent returns with Taken...and Liza Minnelli trips through sixty years of showbiz favorites, with only sparse accompaniment, on Confessions...

Two legend's sons step into the spotlight: John Carter Cash drops the provocatively titled The Family Secret...and James McCartney's Available Light is a five track download-only EP, produced by The Walrus himself.

And on the Reissue Front...

The Grateful Dead revisit their first five studio albums on the vinyl-only boxed set The Warner Bros. Studio Albums all are pressed on 180 gram virgin vinyl, along with a 12x12" hardcover book, and the original mixes of Anthem Of The Sun and Aoxomoxoa are brought back from the Dead (see what I did there?) for the first time since their initial vinyl pressings went out of print in 1972...

James Brown - The Singles, Vol. 9: 1973-1975 crams all the Godfather of Soul's single A and B sides from those years, plus a few that were never issued, onto 2 CDs...

Todd Rundgren went through 40 years' worth of live recordings in his personal archives for the ultimate three-disc "bootleg" comp, For Lack Of Honest Work...

And MTV's mid-90's cult-comedy ensemble The State recorded an album after the show ended in 1996, and it never got released...until now! Comedy For Gracious Living gets a posthumous unveiling, and it's only available online from Rhino Handmade.

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