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Britney Spears continues her comeback in this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  She teams with tried and true hitmakers Max Martin and Dr. Luke for Femme Fatale...

Radiohead's The King Of Limbs, previously a digital only release, arrives on CD and vinyl...

Pittsburgh's own Wiz Khalifa adds 13 tracks to his hit "Black And Yellow" for Rolling Papers...

A huge roster of guests including T-Pain, Kanye West and Willie Nelson join Snoop Dogg on Doggumentary...

The former Mr. Avril Lavigne, Deryck Whibley reunites with Sum 41 for their first in four years, Screaming Bloody Murder...

Unwritten Law try for a comeback after a six year absence with Swan...

The Unforgiving is the latest from Dutch metal-ists Within Temptation.

Also out this week...

Multi-platinum Gospel duo Mary Mary returns with Something Big...

Swedish indie Pop trio Peter, Bjorn and John go for a more accessible sound on Gimme Some...

Rockpango is the latest Texican rocker from Los Lonely Boys...

The perpetually on the verge of breaking through The Sounds drop their latest attempt, Something To Die For...

'80s Hair metal-ers Whitesnake rock out on Forevermore...

Smooth Jazz cat Boney James makes Contact, with vocal help from Mario and Heather Headley...

Willie Nelson, Wynton Marsalis and Norah Jones team up to celebrate the genius of Ray Charles on Here We Go Again.

On the Reissue Front...

Pearl Jam continue their expanded reissue campaign with Vs. and Vitalogy, each with three bonus tracks, also available together as Vs./Vitalogy: Deluxe Edition which adds a 3rd disc containing a 1994 Boston concert...

Pete Yorn's debut musicforthemorningafter returns in a 10th Anniversary Edition adding a second disc of live tracks and rarities to the remastered album...

Essential Billy Squier is yet another career retrospective for the much compiled '80s guitar slinger...

Fans of the early '60s-set TV series Mad Men should look out for Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965), which compiles 33 tracks from the era, including hits by Connie Francis, Jackie Wilson and Dusty Springfield...

Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology compiles 111 tracks on 6 CDs including influential and genre-defining performances by Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Wynton Marsalis and many, many others.

Make sure to check out the companion FOXLight Podcast, and stop back here all week for any last-minute updates!

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