There something for every taste in this week's FOXLight music release roundup...

Susan Boyle leads a girl power trifecta with her third album, Someone To Watch Over Me...the big voice of Florence + The Machine gets even bigger on Ceremonials...and country cutie Miranda Lambert returns with Four The Record...

Two of the "Big 4" bring the rock: Megadeth welcome back bassist Dave Ellefson on TH1RT3EN...and Metallica team up with Lou Reed for the already controversial Lulu...

Seasonal sounds abound as Justin Bieber goes Under The Mistletoe...Carole King covers Christmas, Chanukah and New Years on A Holiday Carole...and The Sing-Off: Songs of the Season features acapella renditions from the competition finalists...

The Decemberists return with a short stack of leftovers on the six-song EP Long Live The King...

Hair metal throwback Steel Panther return with Balls Out, missing a Rocktober release date by inches...

And holding down the Hip-Hop and R&B fort: Wale returns with Ambition...and Open Invitation is the latest from model actor vocalist Tyrese.

On the Reissue Front...

Missing its initial release date by just over 44 years, The Beach Boys' Smile finally escapes the vault in several flavors: a 40 track, 2 CD set, a 2 LP vinyl edition, or a colossal boxed set with 5 CDs, vinyl LPs and singles, 3D artwork and a hardcover book...

U2 celebrate 20 years of Achtung Baby with a double-disc Deluxe Edition, a Vinyl Box Set pressed on translucent Blue vinyl, a Super Deluxe Edition expanding to 6 CDs and 4 DVDs, and for the "1%-ers", an Uber Deluxe Edition containing all of the above and more...

The final batch of Queen remasters arrive stateside in the Amazon exclusive Queen 40: Limited Edition Collector's Box Set, Vol. 3, featuring The Works, A Kind of Magic, The Miracle, Innuendo and Made in Heaven each with an EP of bonus tracks...

25 years of performances at the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies get compiled on the 3 CD boxed set The Best of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum Live, which includes once in a lifetime performances like Bruce Springsteen and Bono duetting on "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For", or a reunited Cream playing "Sunshine Of Your Love" together for the first time in decades, and tons more...

Purists beware: Jethro Tull rewrite history on Aqualung: 40th Anniversary Special Edition, which features a brand new stereo remix of the entire album on Disc 1 plus a second disc of rarities from 1970-71...

Journey go back to the well for Journey Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, siphoning off 17 more hits spanning 1978-1996...and, in addition, this, the multi-million selling Vol. 1, and Steve Perry's solo smash Street Talk all arrive remastered on 180 gram virgin vinyl...

Slipknot's Iowa returns in a 10th Anniversary Edition adding a live bonus CD and a DVD with rare interviews and music videos...

And if you haven't already gotten The Knack, Get The Knack, their 1979 smash debut gets remastered for the very first time by sonic mensch Vic Anesini and adds brand new liner notes by Ken Sharp.

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