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Big names make for a big music release week in the FOXLight...

Live Rock arrives from Green Day, with Awesome As F**k...Soundgarden returns from 1996 with Live on I-5...and Adam Lambert glitters up for Glam Nation Live.

Recent Rock Gods return: The Strokes regroup for Angles...Saliva get Under Your Skin...and Panic! At The Disco reclaim their exclamation point on Vices & Virtues.

R&B and Rap drops from Jennifer Hudson, with I Remember Me...Chris Brown tries to right his career ship with F.A.M.E....and Gucci Mane's latest mixtape The Return of Mr. Zone 6.

Two legends of '80s pop: Duran Duran's previously digital only All You Need Is Now comes to CD with 5 bonus tracks...and The Most Incredible Thing is the Pet Shop Boys' first ballet score.

Also out this week...

Country favorite Josh Kelley returns with Georgia Clay...and Styx' guitar slinger Tommy Shaw goes Bluegrass on The Great Divide.

Joe Bonamassa adds a little bit country to his blues-rock on Dust Bowl...

Yellowcard return after a two-and-a-half year break with When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes...

Ke$ha get remixed on I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance...

Recently deceased soul man Solomon Burke recorded his last album with Dutch band De Dijk, Hold On Tight...

And two 2010 UK releases get a domestic release: Edwyn Collins collaborated with Johnny Marr and Franz Ferdinand on Losing Sleep...and The Verve's Richard Ashcroft stepped out on his own on United Nations Of Sound.

On The Reissue Front...

Take A Look: Aretha Franklin Complete on Columbia is, as advertised, all her pre-Atlantic Records recordings for Columbia collected on 11 CDs, plus a bonus DVD and a 48 page booklet...

CKY, the proud purveyors of background music for skateboarding videos and Jackass, drop B-Sides & Rarities...

Rainbow revisits 1976's Rising for a remastered Deluxe Edition, adding an extra disc of unreleased rough mixes and tour rehearsals...

Stellar reissue label Sundazed resurrects and compiles two garage rock legends on two compilations featuring many CD debuts:  Sam The Sham and The Pharaohs' The MGM Singles features 28 tracks including their smash "Wooly Bully"...and Sir Douglas Quintet's The Mono Singles '68-'72 compiles the original single mixes of 22 Texas-by-way-of-San Francisco tracks including "Mendocino"...

The consummate one-hit-wonder band, Wadsworth Mansion, finally see their debut (and final) album (which is either self-titled or titled Sweet Mary, depending on where you look) arrive on CD!  Pristine original vinyl copies fetch around $100 on eBay, so this should curb that expensive search for some folks' Holy Grail...

And two seminal albums from the Classic Rock era get reissued on Gold discs:  Janis Ian's 1975 hit Between The Lines and The Byrds' 1967 Younger Than Yesterday, which returns in its' original mono mix.  [**UPDATE  3/22/11 @ 3:40pm** The Byrds' Younger Than Yesterday has been pushed back a week to a 3/29/11 release]

Don't forget to grab the FOXLight Podcast and to check back here throughout the week for any last-minute updates.

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