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The big guns of Hip Hop and Pop get released in this week's FOXLight music release roundup, led by Kanye West and his long awaited My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy...

The debut from freaky female MC Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday...

Libra Scale, the latest from Ne-Yo...

G-Unit member Lloyd Banks drops The Hunger For More 2 (H.F.M. 2)...

And Jay-Z looks back with The Hits Collection, Volume 1...

On the pop side, Ke$ha comes back quick with Cannibal...

Justin Bieber unplugs for My Worlds Acoustic (a Walmart Exclusive)...

Swedish popster Robyn completes her Body Talk trilogy...

And Cher and Christina Aguilera join for the soundtrack to Burlesque...

Also, My Chemical Romance return with Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.

Also out this week...

Smashing Pumpkins drop their second limited edition 4-track box set this year, Teargarden by Kaleidyscope Vol. II: The Solstice Bare...

Mason Jennings' The Flood collects 18 years of lost tracks...

Jessica Simpson gets in the holiday spirit with Happy Christmas...

And an unexpected holiday album arrives from none other than troubled rocker Scott Weiland, Most Wonderful Time Of The Year.

Live documents arrive in abundance from Sting, with Live In Berlin...

Metallica release a rare 2008 live set recorded in the basement of a Nashville record store, Live At Grimey's, and it's only available at indie record stores or the band's website...

The Doors resurrect Live In Vancouver 1970, with guest Albert King...

Kings X drop a tongue twister, Live Love In London...

And the Jefferson Airplane grab four from the vault: Live At The Fillmore Auditorium, 10/15/66 - Late Show, Live At The Fillmore Auditorium, 10/16/66 - Early & Late Shows, Live At The Fillmore Auditorium, 11/25 & 11/27/66, and Return To The Matrix, 2/1/68. **UPDATE @ 11:30AM 11/23/10** These are currently available at Collectors' Choice's own website (ccmusic.com), but will not be available through other outlets (such as Amazon) until 12/7/10.

Our live theme carries over to the Reissue Front, with The Who's Live At Leeds: Super Deluxe Edition, which expands the classic set to 4 CDs, including the entire Leeds show plus a superior show from the next night in Hull, and the now obligatory vinyl...

Trent Reznor remastered 1989's Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine, adding a bonus cover of Queen's "Get Down Make Love"...

Alan Jackson collects his country chart-toppers on 34 Number Ones, adding two rare tracks and his recent duet with the Zac Brown Band...

The Rolling Stones drop two mammoth, limited edition vinyl box sets: The Rolling Stones 1964-1969 & The Rolling Stones 1971-2005 each containing pretty much every album and EP they ever released; some premiering on vinyl for the first time ever...

And fans of Mr. Mister can grab their unreleased 1990 album, Pull, but it's only available via Digital Download.

Go here and grab the FOXLight Podcast to take with you on any Black Friday excursions you might be making, so you can easily knock those music and DVD lovers off your ever expanding holiday shopping list!

In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk! (And I'll be sleeping through Black Friday in a turkey-induced coma!)