Evanescence slims down and grows up, The Killers try to follow up a smash debut, Beck tries a little bit of everything and Monica is back with her fourth album in this week's Hot Product.

The second album from Australian rock act Jet, "Shine On" (Atlantic).

The Capitol debut from indie rock titans the Decemberists, "The Crane Wife" (Capitol).

A new album from adult contemporary staple Jim Brickman, "Escape" (Savoy).

The first solo album in more than a decade from Fleetwood Mac principal Lindsey Buckingham, "Under the Skin" (Warner Bros.)

Indie rock up-and-comers the Hold Steady's "Girls and Boys in America" (Vagrant).

A new solo release from former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio, "Bar 17," which is the debut on his own label, Rubber Jungle.

Southern rapper Sleepy Brown's debut for Big Boi's Purple Ribbon label, "Mr. Brown."

The third album from U.K. electronica artist Clark, "Body Riddle" (Warp).

An expanded edition of Bruce Springsteen's 2006 album "We Shall Overcome: The Seger Sessions" (Columbia).