Billboard Bits: Oasis, Jenny Lewis, Randy/Janet Jackson

Oasis has confirmed the track list for its new album, "Dig Out Your Soul," due Oct. 7 in North America via the band's Big Brother Recordings label.

Oasis has confirmed the track list for its new album, "Dig Out Your Soul," due Oct. 7 in North America via the band's Big Brother Recordings label. The 11-track set is led by the single "The Shock of the Lightning," due Sept. 29. Its collage-style cover art can be viewed here.

Oasis begins a short North American tour with Ryan Adams Aug. 26 in Seattle.

Here is the track list for "Dig Out Your Soul":

"Bag It Up"
"The Turning"
"Waiting for the Rapture"
"The Shock of the Lightning"
"I'm Outta Time"
"(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady"
"Falling Down"
"To Be Where There's Life"
"Ain't Got Nothin'"
"The Nature of Reality"
"Soldier On"

-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.






Rilo Kiley frontwoman Jenny Lewis' second solo disc, "Acid Tongue," will arrive in September via Warner Bros. Among the guests are Elvis Costello, the Black Crowes' Chris Robinson, Zooey Deschanel, Paz and Ana Lenchantin and M. Ward.

Costello sings on "Carpetbaggers," while Lewis' sister Leslie and her father Eddie Gordon make appearances as well. Lewis is touring this fall in support of "Acid Tongue"; a number of the dates are opening for Conor Oberst.

Her 2006 solo debut, "Rabbit Fur Coat," has sold 127,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here is the track list for "Acid Tongue":

"Black Sand"
"Pretty Bird"
"The Next Messiah"
"Bad Man's World"
"Acid Tongue"
"See Fernando"
"Godspeed"
"Carpetbaggers"
'Trying My Best To Love You"
"Jack Killed Mom"
"Sing a Song For Them"

-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.






The MTV show "Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew" will incorporate the music of Janet Jackson on its Thursday (July 17) episode. The dance crews will be asked to choreograph to songs from Jackson's library, including: "Control," "Nasty," "If," "All Nite (Don't Stop)," "I Get Lonely" and "Black Cat."

In addition, all crews will perform their combined efforts in dancing to Jackson's "Rhythm Nation." In its first season, the show did a similar tribute to Michael Jackson.

"Dance Crew" kicked off its second season with a June 19 premiere, which averaged more than 2.3 million viewers.

-- Natalie Der-Mesropian, L.A.