New music releases vying for your holiday shopping dollars are in the FOXLight.

Rhianna drops her now annual full-length smash Talk That Talk...

Big Time Rush aim higher with Elevate...

Leading the Rock charge: Nickelback return with Here and Now...and Daughtry seek to captivate on Break the Spell...

Live documents arrive: Taylor Swift's Speak Now World Tour Live...and Soundgarden/Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell goes acoustic on Songbook...

Mary J. Blige delivers a sequel to her 1994 smash My Life II...The Journey Continues, Act I...

Kate Bush releases her second album this year, the wintry 50 Words for Snow...

The soundtrack to the movie reboot The Muppets...and Michael Jackson's catalog gets the Beatles Love treatment on the Cirque du Soleil soundtrack Immortal...

American Idol finalist James Durbin rocks out on his debut Memories of a Beautiful Disaster...some pre-Idol recordings from Adam Lambert get polished up as Beg For Mercy...and winner of The Voice, Javier Colon delivers his post contest full-length Come Through For You...not to mention, Voice favorite Beverly McClellan drops a full-length of her own: Fear Nothing...

And Willie Nelson starts up a new series of intimate classic country covers, Remember Me, Vol. 1...

On the Reissue Front...

The Rolling Stones follow the successful template launched on last year's Exile reissue with their 1978 classic Some Girls, giving it the Deluxe Edition treatment adding a disc of newly completed bonus tracks culled from the sessions' leftovers; and also a Super Deluxe Edition which adds a DVD, a 7-inch vinyl single and a hardcover book...

Hater of compilations Bob Seger was finally convinced to compile a two-disc career anthology Ultimate Hits: Rock and Roll Never Forgets.  Those hoping for those elusive early career tracks will be disappointed, but two new tracks should suffice...

Rush remaster their first 15 albums and break them up into 3 boxed sets: Sector 1 featuring Rush, Fly By Night, Caress of Steel, 2112 and All The World's A Stage...Sector 2 contains A Farewell To Kings, Hemispheres, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures and Exit...Stage Left...and Sector 3 corrals Signals, Grace Under Pressure, Power Windows, Hold Your Fire and A Show of Hands. Plus, one album per set is featured in a bonus 5.1 channel surround sound mix: Fly By Night, A Farewell To Kings, and Signals, respectively...

Lady GaGa reimagines her latest album as Born This Way: The Remix, letting Goldfrapp, Foster the People and others freshen up the already out there tracks...

Deadheads can add to their Dick's Picks shelf with the three latest entries in the Grateful Dead's ongoing live archive series: Vol. 34: Community War Memorial, Rochester, NY 11/5/77...Vol. 35: San Diego, CA 8/7/71 and Chicago, IL. 8/24/71...and Vol. 36: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 1972...

And The Charlie Brown Collection boxes up 3 Vince Guaraldi soundtrack classics: A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, and Peanuts Portraits, plus the tribute album 40 Years: A Charlie Brown Christmas featuring Vanessa Williams, Chaka Khan and others.

Finally, Record Store Day, the successful independent record store campaign that takes place every year in April has an encore planned this year for Black Friday (11/25), with many artists participating including Pete Townshend, Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys and even The Beatles.  To track down all the planned releases and to find a participating record store near you, head on over to RecordStoreDay.com

With a release week this big, you need some help keeping track on your shopping excursion.  Well, head over here and grab the FOXLight Podcast.  Cram it into your smartphone or .mp3 player of your choice, plug in, go shopping, and thank me later!

In New York - looking forward to some Tryptophan-induced sleep - I'm Rob Maurer...FOX News Talk!