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In lieu of any new music releases arriving the first week of 2011...It's the top 10 selling albums of 2010 according to Billboard in the FOXLight...

At number ten, the Black Eyed Peas 2009 smash The E.N.D...

Taylor Swift grabs number nine with Speak Now...

It's Justin Bieber at number eight with his My World E.P...

It's déjà vu as Taylor Swift has the number seven spot as well, with 2009's Fearless...

At number six, it's Andrea Bocelli's My Christmas...

Justin Bieber also doubles up at number five with My World 2.0...

Lady GaGa's debut The Fame takes the number four spot...

Number three goes to Lady Antebellum's Need You Now...

Eminem's huge comeback Recovery lands at Number Two...

And Billboard's top selling album of 2010: Susan Boyle's I Dreamed A Dream.

Some great 2010 reissues and boxed sets worth mentioning...

Bruce Springsteen revisited his well-regarded Darkness On The Edge Of Town sessions and delivered a deluxe boxed set including the remastered album, a couple of DVDs with recent and vintage performances, a making of documentary, and two CDs of outtakes called The Promise, also released on its own...

Jimi Hendrix's catalog went to Sony Legacy, and they reissued all his classic albums as Legacy Editions with bonus DVDs, plus a CD of unreleased material, Valleys Of Neptune, and a boxed set with even more excavated goodies called West Coast Seattle Boy...

The Stooges' Fun House Sessions box was put back into print after winning a vote held on Rhino's website...

The Rolling Stones remastered their post 1972 catalog yet again as it moved to Universal, and the crown jewel Exile On Main Street got special treatment as a Deluxe Edition with 10 bonus tracks culled from the original sessions...

A ton of Beatles related product, including all John Lennon's solo albums reverting back to their original mixes, and a new stripped down mix of Double Fantasy...a Ravi Shankar/George Harrison boxed set, Collaborations...Paul McCartney's solo catalog reissue campaign got kicked off with deluxe editions of Band On The Run...and the entire Beatles catalog finally became available for download on iTunes...not to mention all the non-Beatles releases on Apple Records got restored and reissued as well...

Elvis Presley fans with lots of disposable income had the opportunity to grab every master recording released during his lifetime, plus 3 additional CDs of extras on the mammoth 30 CD deluxe box The Complete Elvis Presley Masters...

Plus, new boxed sets arrived from Steve Winwood (Revolutions), The Bee Gees (Mythology), John Mellencamp (On The Rural Route 7609) and Chic (Nile Rodgers Presents: The Chic Organization Box Vol. 1 - Savoir Faire).

Grab the FOXLight Podcast here, and look out for a new music release round-up next week!

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