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This week's FOXLight music release roundup is filled to the brim with new music from old friends...

Classic rockers return: Eric Clapton's first fresh studio album in years, Clapton...Neil Young's surprise collaboration with Daniel Lanois, Le Noise...Phil Collins covers Motown, Spector and Dusty Springfield on Going Back...The Doobie Brothers re-team with original producer Ted Templeman and, on one track, with Doobies Mach 2 lead singer/songwriter Michael McDonald, for their first in a decade, World Gone Crazy...and former Face and current Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood goes solo for the first time in 9 years on I Feel Like Playing...

90's faves: Seal drops the numerically titled Seal VI - The Commitment...Gin Blossoms return with No Chocolate Cake...and Ben Folds adds music and vocals to writer Nick Hornby's lyrics on Lonely Avenue...

Kenny Chesney kicks out some new Country on Hemingway's Whiskey...

(**Update - 9/28/10 @ 3:15PM**) Li'l Wayne has decided to release his next album I Am Not A Human Being today, a couple weeks early, but only via digital download services for now.  A physical CD release will follow October 12th, and contain extra tracks.

Also out this week...

Veteran punk-ers Bad Religion return with The Dissent of Man...

Guitar slinger Kenny Wayne Shepherd captures a recent smokin' live set at the House of Blues on Live In Chicago...

Swamp rocker Tony Joe White drops the self-produced, self-released The Shine, featuring the funkiest growl this side of the Everglades...

Ice Cube retreats from family comedies just long enough to remind us where he started, on I Am The West...

Star producer Mark Ronson collected guest shots from over 30 musicians including Boy George, D'Angelo, and half of Duran Duran for his latest, Record Collection...

And on the Reissue Front...

David Bowie's Station To Station gets Deluxed in two ways: a 3 CD Special Edition featuring the remastered album plus an entire 1976 live show at Nassau Coliseum, and a super Deluxe Edition with 5 CDs, 1 DVD and 3 LPs, adding different masterings, single edits and surround sound mixes to the party...

Soundgarden mark their recent reunion by looking back with Telephantism, a 1 CD or 2 CD/1 DVD set of studio and live favorites, plus one unreleased track from 1990...

And the excellent Bear Family label brings a fitting close to the recording life of Rick Nelson with The Last Time Around, a seven CD box featuring all his studio output from 1970 through 1982, plus two discs' worth of unreleased material including a 1978 session with Al Kooper that's never been released.

Come back here for up-to-the-minute updates, and go here for the always free and jam-packed FOXLight Podcast!

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