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Hit country outfit Sugarland's "Enjoy the Ride" (Mercury Nashville).
Expanded editions of hit albums from James Blunt ("Back to Bedlam," Atlantic), Gnarls Barkley ("St. Elsewhere," Downtown/Atlantic) and Panic At The Disco! ("A Fever You Can't Sweat Out," DecayDence/Atlantic).
Pop/rock act Bowling For Soup's "The Great Burrito Extortion Case" (Jive).
A live acoustic album from Foo Fighters, "Skin & Bones" (RCA).
The DVD debut of the Nirvana home video "Live! Tonight! Sold Out!" (UME).
A double-disc retrospective from Dave Matthews Band, "Best of What's Around, Vol. 1" (RCA).
A collaborative album from rockers Eric Clapton and J.J. Cale, "The Road to Escondido" (Reprise).
A double-disc edition of Pavement's acclaimed 1995 album "Wowee Zowee" (Matador).