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Lady Antebellum lead a packed music release week in the FOXLight, with their third release, and likely number one, Own The Night...

Blondie return with their first in eight years, Panic of Girls...

Alice Cooper re-teams with producer Bob Ezrin for the long-awaited sequel to his 1975 album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare...

Dream Theater dream up their latest serving of Prog Rock, A Dramatic Turn of Events...

Anthrax celebrate their 30th year as a unit with Worship Music...

Les Claypool regroups Primus for their first since 1999, Green Naugahyde...

Brit-rocker Nick Lowe rustles up some of The Old Magic...

Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play The Blues covers the unlikely duo's stand at Jazz at Lincoln Center last April...

Bush return after a nine year silence with The Sea of Memories...

Staind choose to go self-titled for their 7th release, said to be their heaviest in years...

Roots and Wings is the latest from Canadian country girl Terri Clark...

Stage, film and TV star Kristen Chenowith goes country on Some Lessons Learned...

Troy Andrews, or his nom de horn Trombone Shorty calls in all his favors due from Lenny Kravitz, Jeff Beck, Kid Rock and others on For True...

Spyro Gyra add the sounds of the Caribbean and South America to their palette on A Foreign Affair...

And 80's pop-sters Human League bring their March 2011 European release Credo stateside.

On the Reissue Front...

The second wave of Queen remasters arrive in the U.S. via Amazon separately and in the Queen 40 Limited Edition Box Set Volume 2, featuring sonic upgrades of News of the World, Jazz, The Game, Flash Gordon and Hot Space, each with a bonus disc of extras...

Bob Seger's two classic live albums Live Bullet and Nine Tonight return remastered with one bonus track each. But, the really big news is his catalog will begin to be available digitally via iTunes with these two releases.  One of the last digital holdouts (along with AC/DC, Black Sabbath, and fellow Michigander Kid Rock), Seger says he'll be releasing a lot of vault material via the service in the near future...

The Jimi Hendrix reissue parade marches on with Hendrix In The West, a posthumous 1972 hodge-podge padded with five additional tracks...and the 5 CD or 8 LP/1 CD box Winterland, covering his six 1968 performances at the historic San Francisco venue...

UFO: The Chrysalis Years (1973-1979) collects all studio tracks the English rockers recorded for the venerable label, plus BBC sessions and an unreleased 1974 Atlanta concert, on 5 CDs...

Hank Williams: The Legend Begins is, as advertised, the very earliest teenage recordings of the country icon, plus a 1949 radio show, on 3 CDs...

And Sony/Legacy adds six more entries to their double-disc Essential series: The Essential Aerosmith, Celine Dion, Meat Loaf, Laura Nyro, Lou Reed and Phil Spector.

Highlights from the week's Music and DVD release schedules can be heard in one convenient and FREE podcast...the FOXLight Podcast, available here.

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