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Rhianna gets Loud in this week's FOXLight music release roundup. Her latest has guest shots from Drake and Nicki Minaj...

Kid Rock returns with the most country rockin' record of his career, Born Free, with Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown and Bob Seger joining in...

From country rock to rockin' country: Rascal Flatts complete their first decade with Nothing Like This...and Keith Urban drops a tight but right 8 track effort, Get Closer...

...Featuring Norah Jones collects all her guest shots on albums by Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Foo Fighters and others...

American Idol Season 9 winner Lee DeWyze drops a debut that's a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll, Live It Up...

Nelly returns from hip-hop hibernation with 5.0...

Josh Groban delivers Illuminations, with unlikely producer Rick Rubin...

The Wind That Shakes The Barley is a collection of traditional Celtic songs from Loreena McKennitt...

And lots of holiday releases to make your spirits bright: Jackie Evancho, the 10 year old phenom from America's Got Talent arrives with O Holy Night...Annie Lennox interprets carols and adds an original track of her own on A Christmas Cornucopia...and the Glee crowd delivers Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album.

And on the Reissue Front...

Bruce Springsteen fans can feast on The Promise: The Darkness On The Edge Of Town Story, a 3 CD/3 DVD or 3 CD/3 Blu-ray set including the remastered 1978 album, 21 unreleased studio tracks, a 90 minute making of documentary, and classic and recent live performances.  Those 21 studio tracks are also available on their own as The Promise...

West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology collects 15 pre- Experience R&B performances on tracks by Don Covay, Little Richard and The Isley Bros., and adds a whopping 45 unreleased tracks from throughout his tragically short 'Rock God' period plus a 90 minute documentary from Beatles Anthology director Bob Smeaton. You can forgo the extras, if you'd like, and get slimmed down versions also available in 1 CD and 1 CD/1 DVD packages...

If that's not enough Hendrix for you, you can also grab his previously released Blues, BBC Sessions or Live At Woodstock albums now expanded as multi-disc  Deluxe Editions.  And you can also get Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year, a 3 track CD single of rare Hendrix Holidaze cheer...

Mythology is the latest comp from the Bee Gees; this time out a 4 CD boxed set (which replaces their previous, and I believe superior Tales From The Brothers Gibb box from the early '90s) which dedicates each disc to highlighting a single Gibb (Barry, Maurice and Robin) and this time includes little brother Andy who gets a disc of his own, though he wasn't technically a 'Bee Gee"...

One more box to highlight is actually a reissue all its own: The Stooges' 1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions, which was a limited edition set and now back in print after it won a vote at Rhino Handmade's website.  And to sweeten the pot for Stooges fans who already own it, they're releasing separately Have Some Fun: Live At Ungano's, a 1970 live set including two previously unheard tracks...

Greatest Hits sets abound from across the musical spectrum: P!nk's Greatest Hits...So Far adds one new future greatest hit...The Best of Nelly Furtado also adds a new track...Billy Joel's The Hits is the Piano Man's first single disc career retrospective...and Legacy Of A Legend is a two disc comp from a very different Piano Man, Dave Brubeck...

And Supertramp's Breakfast In America goes Deluxe Edition adding a 12 track live performance to the remastered 1979 album.

Stop back here all week for any up-to-the-minute updates as the music industry might warrant...and check out the free FOXLight Podcast here.

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