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Kings of Leon royally return to this week's FOXLight music release roundup. Come Around Sundown is the next arena ready collection from the Followill brothers...

Elton John teams up with a different Leon, Leon Russell, for the first time in forty years on The Union, with Brian Wilson and Neil Young joining in...

The Incredible Machine is the next chapter from Country poppers Sugarland...

Rod Stewart takes another dip into the pop past on Fly Me To The Moon: The Great American Songbook: Volume 5...

And Bob Dylan fans can grab the 9th volume of his continuing Bootleg Series, The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964...or The Original Mono Recordings, a boxed set of his first 8 albums in all their monophonic glory.

Also out this week...

The young 'uns can choose from another Glee soundtrack, The Rocky Horror Glee Show...or the final chapter of Hannah Montana Forever...

Liz Phair's phirst album in phive years is Funstyle ("Phun with Consonants" ends there, apparently), a self-produced two disc set...

Shakira returns to her Latin core with Salé El Sol...

Christian Rockers Third Day return with their latest, Move...

Former Barenaked Lady Steven Page drops his first solo effort since leaving the band he co-founded (and taking most of its charm with him), the 'fresh start' themed, and cleverly titled Page One.

And on the Reissue Front...

A year after their well received total catalog remastering project, The Beatles give the same sonic treatment to their Red and Blue best ofs, 1962-1966 and 1967-1970, respectively...

George Harrison's infatuation with Indian music began in The Beatles, and continued long after their breakup.  His production of 3 albums by Ravi Shankar gets revisited on the boxed set Collaborations, which adds a DVD with a rare 1974 film of the "Music Festival From India" concert...

Morrissey's Bona Drag: 20th Anniversary Edition adds six bonus tracks to the remastered mope classic...

Tammi Terrell's tragically short career gets anthologized on Come On And See Me: The Complete Solo Collection, with all 50 non-duet tracks she recorded for Motown on 2 CDs...

The Rounder Records Story is a 4 CD boxed set covering the seminal roots label's 40 year run (and counting).  Featured among its 87 tracks are NRBQ, Charles Brown, Alison Krauss, Willie Nelson and countless others...

Fans of the seminal Disco/R&B group (and current nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) CHIC get a long-awaited and long-titled boxed set from Rhino France Nile Rodgers Presents: The CHIC Organization Box Set Vol. 1/Savoir Faire.  Many hits, vintage remixes and rarities are to be found among its 4 CDs/46 tracks, including the first official appearance of 3 tracks from their still-unreleased 1981 album collaboration with Johnny Mathis.  Awwww FREAK OUT!...

And if you haven't pre-ordered it yet you're out of luck, because its limited, numbered 1000 copy run is already sold out.  I'm talking about The Complete Elvis Presley Masters, a colossal 30 CD set featuring all 711 tracks officially released during the King of Rock and Roll's lifetime, plus an additional 103 rarities, a hardcover book with complete session notes, and a keepsake case to house it all.  Fear not, though. You will get another chance in 2011 when a second unnumbered run goes on sale.  If you're interested, start saving those coins (lots of them) and sign up for notification via e-mail when the next run goes on sale here.

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