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Classic artists go for the comeback in this week's FOXLight music release roundup...

Ray Davies covers, what else, klassic Kinks tracks on See My Friends.  Friends include Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Metallica...

Robbie Robertson breaks a 10 year silence with How To Become Clairvoyant, with guests Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood...

Hot Tuna return to the studio for the first time in 20 years on Steady As She Goes...

INXS re-imagines past hits with guests Ben Harper, Rob Thomas and Train's Pat Monahan taking the lead on Original Sin...

2011 is the first all new material from The Smithereens since, well, 1999...

The Raveonettes aren't "classic", but they do sound that way on their latest, Raven In The Grave.

Rock duo The Kills return with Blood Pressures...

If you thought Rap-Rock came and went with Limp Bizkit, Hollywood Undead beg to differ, on American Tragedy...

For a shot Rap without the Rock, look to Jim Jones and his latest, Capo...

Anna Wilson fuses Country with Jazz on Countrypolitan Duets, with guests from both genres including Kenny Rogers, Keith Urban, Rick Braun and Larry Carlton...

The original Broadway Cast recording of Priscilla Queen of the Desert arrives with cast-sung tracks made famous by Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Tina Turner...

Tron: Legacy Reconfigured has Daft Punk's soundtrack remixed and reworked by The Crystal Method, Moby and Paul Oakenfold.

On the Reissue Front...

Capitalizing on his recent comeback, The Best of Leon Russell collects 15 classic tracks, plus one of the current duets with career savior Elton John...

Rush's smash 1981 album Moving Pictures gets the Deluxe Edition treatment adding a DVD or Blu-ray disc with 3 music videos and the entire album in surround sound to the remastered original album.

The 50-year-and-still-growing career of Sergio Mendes gets compiled on Celebration: A Musical Journey, a 2 disc, 38 track trip from Bossa Nova through Bom Tempo...

Marshall Tucker Band's 1978 Greatest Hits album gets a reissue with six bonus tracks...and lead singer Doug Gray's unreleased 1981 solo album Soul Of The South gets its own belated release...

All the music Henry Mancini recorded for the classic TV series Peter Gunn gets compiled on The Complete Peter Gunn, which includes Duane Eddy's iconic theme plus 48 additional tracks...

Ray Charles classic 1964 Live In Concert gets reissued with 7 bonus tracks...

Concord adds some new titles to their classic Jazz and Blues retrospective series: The Definitive Miles Davis on Prestige, The Definitive Bill Evans on Riverside and Fantasy, and The Definitive Albert King on Stax...

And Universal's latest 12 track compilation series ICON adds new best of's for Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Quincy Jones, B.B. King, Local H, Cat Stevens/Yusuf, Sublime, Nonpoint and Avant.

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