A couple of old hands deliver some new music in this week's FOXLight music release roundup:  Leonard Cohen delivers his first album since 2004, Old Ideas...and Ringo Starr corrals an "all-Starr" band including Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter and Kenny Wayne Shepherd for Ringo 2012...

Lana Del Rey follows up her...let's call it "notorious" SNL appearance, with her debut album Born to Die...

Belgian-Australian indie popper Gotye returns with Making Mirrors...

The Fresh Beat Band: Music from the Hit TV Show is the debut soundtrack from Nick Jr.'s latest smash...

From the world of Country: Gretchen Peters steals Robert Plant's Band of Joy for Hello Cruel World...and Long Ride Home is the seventh album from Darrell Scott...

Gospel star Fred Hammond surveys and merges three different interests on God, Love & Romance...

Godspell: The New Broadway Cast Recording documents the current revival of the '70s musical smash...

The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for Underworld: Awakening features tracks by Evanescence, The Cure and Linkin Park...

And, a triple-shot of Smooth Jazz: The Jeff Lorber Fusion regroups on the all-instrumental Galaxy...Lorber joins Najee on one track of his latest, The Smooth Side of Soul...and Candy Dulfer updates her sound with the help of Black Eyed Peas' producer Printz Board on Crazy.

On the Reissue Front...

Metallica's Beyond Magnetic EP, a digital-only release from a couple months back, arrives on the now-quaint CD format...

British electroni-cats Underworld deliver not one, but two compilations: the single disc A Collection features recent collabs with Tiesto and Brian Eno...and the triple-disc Anthology is more encompassing, tracing all the way back to 1992...

Knew You Were Waiting: The Best of Aretha Franklin 1980-1998 covers her Arista renaissance period, including hit duets with George Michael, Elton John and Annie Lennox...

The powerhouse Philly Soul label Philadelphia International Records is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year, so Sony/Legacy, who owns the U.S. rights to the label's catalog, starts the celebration with Golden Gate Groove: The Sound of Philadelphia, Live in San Francisco 1973, which features a never-before-released concert chock full of their roster's hottest artists performing live - Motown Revue-style - including The O'Jays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, and house band M.F.S.B....

Giant Single: The Profile Records Rap Anthology collects 2 CDs-worth of highlights from the seminal hip-hop label which is celebrating its 30th Anniversary.  Groundbreaking artists represented include Run-DMC and Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock...

The classic 1963 album from R&B group The Tymes So Much In Love makes a much-belated CD debut, with four bonus tracks for those who waited so patiently...

Glen Campbell's 1985 Atlantic Records swan song It's Just A Matter of Time returns to CD as a straight-no-bonuses reissue from Rockbeat...

And the second round of Playlist: The Very Best of... entries in as many weeks is a biggie, with single-disc compilations for Gregg Allman, Augustana, The Hooters, Wyclef Jean, Cyndi Lauper, Melissa Manchester, Montgomery Gentry, Tye Tribett & G.A., Gretchen Wilson, and a various artists comp celebrating A Musical Journey Through Black History.

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