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A new album from French rock act Phoenix, "It's Never Been Like That" (Astralwerks).

Reunited indie rock trio Mission Of Burma's "The Obliteratii" (Matador).

The debut album from ex-Blink 182 principal Tom DeLonge's new band Angels & Airwaves, "We Don't Need To Whisper" (Geffen).

Pianist Dr. John's tribute to the music of Johnny Mercer, "Mercenary" (Blue Note).

The debut album from the Wreckers, featuring singer/songwriter Michelle Branch, "Stand Still, Look Pretty" (Maverick/Warner Bros. Nashville).

The PJ Harvey DVD "On Tour: Please Leave Quietly," chronicling the band's 2004 "Uh Huh Her" trek (Island).

An expanded reissue of Eric Clapton's 1970 self-titled solo debut, featuring a wealth of rare material (Polydor/UME).

Veteran rock outfit Less Than Jake's "In With the Out Crowd" (Sire).