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British rockers the Arctic Monkeys lead this week's FOXLight music release roundup with their latest, the could-be obscenely titled Suck It And See...

Ronnie Dunn goes solo, self produced and self-titled on his debut, so if the Brooks & Dunn audience doesn't follow, it's all on him...

Revelator marks the debut of the Tedeschi Trucks Band, husband and wife Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi plus a nine-piece band of Southern Rock veterans...

Alterna rockers All Time Low return with Dirty Work, with help from Weezer's Rivers Cuomo...

Two hot Broadway tickets drop their Original Cast albums: The Book of Mormon, from the creators of South Park...and Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying...

Las Vegas based hard-rockers Adelitas Way return with Home School Valedictorian...

Norwegian-born eclectic Sondre Lerche goes self-titled on his sixth release, recorded in his adopted home of Brooklyn...

One half of the main songwriting team in Squeeze, Chris Difford goes off on his own on the cleverly-titled Cashmere If You Can...

Jazz fans get a triple shot of goodness this week:  Guitarist Larry Carlton reimagines Philly Soul classics on Larry Carlton Plays The Sound of Philadelphia...Carlton also joins Mark Knopfler, Vince Gill and Alison Krauss as Dianne Schuur covers Country classics on The Gathering...and Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White return with Forever, with new and inspired takes on Return to Forever and other jazz classics.

On the Reissue Front...

Marvin Gaye's classic What's Going On returns in a 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition, with 2 CDs filled with the remastered album, alternate mixes and 16 unreleased bonus tracks, plus a vinyl pressing of the original Detroit Mix...

Paul Simon's first three solo albums get re-released, though if you already bought Paul Simon, There Goes Rhymin' Simon, and Still Crazy After All These Years a few years back when they were remastered with bonus tracks, save your money...these are exactly the same, just on a new label.  What is new, however, is 1974's Live Rhymin', which is remastered for the first time with bonus tracks...

Depeche Mode drop Remixes 2: 81-11 featuring almost 40 new remixes of Mode classics by Eric Prydz, Dan The Automator and others...

The last 20 years of Iron Maiden gets compiled on From Fear To Eternity: The Best of 1990-2010...

Dean Martin gets compiled yet again, with his Capitol Records material surveyed on the single disc Classic Dino: The Best of Dean Martin, and Dino: The Essential Dean Martin, now expanded to 2 CDs...and Cool Then, Cool Now collects his later Reprise material on 2 CDs, and adds new "duets" with Robbie Williams and Kevin Spacey...

And three artists go all the way Live:  Whitesnake: Live at Donnington 1990...Simply Red: Farewell - Live in Concert at the Sydney Opera House...and Joe Jackson Trio: Live Music adds covers of Beatles and Bowie.

Updates as they happen will be posted here throughout the week, so check back often!  And, as always, the FOXLight Podcast is available here.

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