Oasis rocks from its soul, Bob Dylan empties the vault and Rachael Yamagata offers two for the price of one in this week's Hot Product.

The long-awaited release of "The Clash at Shea" (Legacy), chronicling a 1982 opening set for the Who in New York.

The latest release from the Pretenders, "Break Up the Concrete" (Artist First).

The Epic debut from Indianapolis band Margot and the Nuclear So & So's, "Not Animal" (a vinyl album, "Animal!," features some of the same songs).

A new EP from Antony and the Johnsons, "Another World" (Secretly Canadian).

New albums from indie rock veterans Deerhoof ("Offend Maggie," Kill Rock Stars) and Lambchop ("OH (Ohio)," Merge).

Rock outfit Rise Against's "Appeal To Reason" (Interscope).

The major-label debut from North Carolina rock band Annuals, "Such Fun" (Columbia).

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