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This week's FOXLight music release roundup is a piece of Cake...as in the first new music in almost seven years from quirk-rockers Cake, Showroom Of Compassion...

After selling a million downloads and earning two CMA nominations, country duo Steel Magnolia finally release their self-titled full length debut...

City of Refuge is the latest combo of folk and bluegrass from Abigail Washburn...

The sophomore effort from alterna-punkers Cage The Elephant, Thank You Happy Birthday...

The first of two albums dropping this month from Edie Brickell is a self-titled affair and her first new music in four years...

And two comedy albums arrive: Jeff Dunham sees if ventriloquism translates to CD with All By My Selves...and Louis C.K.'s latest is modestly titled Hilarious.

Also out this week...

Tapes 'n Tapes retreat to indie label-land for their latest, Outside...

Spiritual music arrives in two flavors: Christian hip-hoppers Lacrae return with Rehab: The Overdose...and the more traditional R&B Gospel sound of Marvin Sapp with Beginnings...

On the Reissue Front...

The Best of N.E.R.D. collects 16 hot tracks from the Neptunes band offshoot...

Skynyrd Nation takes the best five tracks from Lynyrd Skynyrd's 2009 studio album God & Guns and adds the best five tracks from last year's Live At Freedom Hall...

Stevie Wonder's Fullfillingness' First Finale gets the patented 24 KT+ Gold remastering treatment from the sonic gurus at Audio Fidelity...

And arriving on 180 gram audiophile grade vinyl this week are Deep Purple's 1974 hit Burn...Ted Nugent's 1977 breakthrough Cat Scratch Fever...Poison's 1987 hair metal masterpiece Look What The Cat Dragged In...and ZZ Top's 1972 Rio Grande Mud and 1979's Deguello.

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