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A triple shot of '90s rock bands lead this week's round of music releases in the FOXLight.

3 Doors Down try for three #1 album chart debuts in a row with Time of My Life...

311 team with former Metallica producer Bob Rock for their 10th album Universal Pulse...

And after detouring through children's music, They Might Be Giants return to their patented quirk rock on Join Us...

Superfiction marks the fifth album and first in six years from Florida rockers Cold...

Li'l Wayne, Drake and Mary J. Blige are just some of the big names joining DJ Khaled on his latest, We The Best Forever...

The screech-eriffic Kidz Bop 20 has sterilized tracks originally by J-Lo, Cee-Lo, and Lady GaGa...

Jazz vocalist Terri Lyne Carrington grabs the like-minded Esperanza Spalding, Cassandra Wilson, Dianne Reeves and others for The Mosaic Project...

Rockabilly darling Imelda May brings her Fall 2010 UK release Mayhem stateside...

'90s folk rockers Burlap to Cashmere reunite after a ten year break for their Mitchell Froom produced self-titled second album...

Dokken's George Lynch returns with some more face melting riffs on Kill All Control...

Actor Tim Robbins releases his music debut Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band, an Americana odyssey produced by the legendary Hal Willner.

On the Reissue Front...

REO Speedwagon's 1980 smash Hi-Infidelity returns, a little late, in a 30th Anniversary Edition, all remastered with a bonus disc of demos and alternates...

Rush's Rupert Hine-produced Roll The Bones gets the Audio Fidelity 24KT+ Gold remastering treatment on its 20th birthday...

And Rush also lead the latest round of ICON best of's from Universal Music, which also includes Cream, John Lee Hooker, Limp Bizkit, Moody Blues and Velvet Underground.

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