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The Voice of country music leads this week's roundup of music releases in the FOXLight.  Blake Shelton follows his Voice judging gig and CMA accolades with his ninth album, Red River Blue...

Colbie Caillat returns with her third, All Of You...

The title of the sixth album from Incubus?  Answer, in the form of a question: If Not Now, When?...

Vancouver rockers Theory of a Deadman go for honesty on The Truth Is...

Alkaline Trio celebrate 15 years by reworking some fan faves on Damnesia...

Two-thirds of '90s alternative band Sublime hook up with new singer Rome Ramirez as Sublime with Rome, and their debut together is Yours Truly...

A pair of Classic Rock staples return: Prog-Rockers Yes end a 10 year drought with Fly From Here...and George Thorogood and the Destroyers pay tribute to Chess Records on 2120 South Michigan Avenue...

Brian McKnight pairs ten new studio tracks with a full solo acoustic concert of greatest hits on Just Me...

Three more country choices: Chris Young drops his third effort Neon...Ashton Shepherd follows her big selling debut with Where Country Grows...and Aussie picker Kasey Chambers returns with Little Bird...

For the more traditional Bluegrass fans: David Bromberg corrals a mile-long guest list including Linda Ronstadt, Vince Gill and Los Lobos on Use Me...

And rockin' out like it's the '80s again: Tesla add studio leftovers to acoustic re-dos on Twisted Wires...and Asia, King Crimson and Roxy Music's John Wetton flies solo on Raised in Captivity.

And on the Reissue Front...

R.E.M.'s Life's Rich Pageant returns in a 25th Anniversary Edition adding a 2nd disc full of the legendary "Athens Demos" to the remastered album...

Megadeth's Peace Sells...But Who's Buying? also gets tricked out for its own remastered 25th Anniversary Edition, adding an unreleased 1986 concert and liner notes penned by Metallica's Lars Ulrich...

On the eve of his 85th birthday, Concord skims 16 tracks from a 2006 boxed set for Tony Bennett's The Best of the Improv Recordings...

And The Band's Levon Helm's two self titled albums from 1978 and 1982 combine, adding a bonus track for good measure, on the single disc Take Me To The River: 1978-1982.

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