FOXLight – Music Releases: Week of 8-1-2011

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A country superstar lost a house, but gains a new album in this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  Trace Adkins focuses on the release of Proud To Be Here barely two months after a fire swept away his Tennessee home...

Fountains of Wayne return with their first since 2007, Sky Full of Holes...

Three men got the Blues: Keb' Mo' ends a five year silence with The Reflection...How I Go is the sound of guitar phenom Kenny Wayne Shepherd entering his thirties...and troubadour John Hiatt continues his blues revival with Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns...

Nickelodeon's latest hit gets its own soundtrack: Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show, featuring Victoria Justice and the rest of the cast plus guest Miranda Cosgrove...

Def Leppard's Phil Collen, Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook and Simon Laffy, the bassist from Collen's former glam-rock outfit Girl unite as Man Raze, and their second album is PunkFunkRootsRock...

O.A.R. go for lucky album number seven, and their first on indie powerhouse label Wind-Up, King...

Mat Kearney keeps on trying for that big breakthrough with Young Love...

After his big debut on The Ellen Degeneres Show, and becoming the first signing to her label, Greyson Chance releases Hold On 'Til The Night just two weeks shy of his 14th birthday...

Jazz trumpeter Rick Braun moves to a different instrument, his voice, on his first Jazz/Pop Vocal effort, Rick Braun Sings with Strings...

Antigone Rising rise once again with a new lead singer, but the same delectable Country-Rock goodness, on 23 Red.

On the Reissue Front...

Arcade Fire's The Suburbs returns barely a year later in a Deluxe Edition adding two new tracks, one of which features vocals by David Byrne, and a DVD featuring a Spike Jonze-produced short film...

Drive-By Truckers reflect on 11 years of Southern Rock on Ugly Buildings, Whores & Politicians: Greatest Hits 1998-2009...

Johnny Nash's 1972 smash I Can See Clearly Now gets remastered plus two bonus tracks...

And all the way from the UK, and four years after its demise, The Sopranos gets various songs featured throughout its six season run compiled on Whacked: Original Songs Featured in The Sopranos, 63 tracks from the '50s and '60s collected on 3 CDs.

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