Additional titles hitting stores this week include:
Dancehall star Sean Paul's "The Trinity" (VP/Atlantic).
R&B veteran Toni Braxton's studio debut for Blackground/Universal, "Libra."
Blues patriarch Buddy Guy's "Bring 'Em In," with guest appearances from John Mayer, Carlos Santana and Robert Randolph (Jive).
The first new album since the late 1970s from power pop legends Big Star, "In Space" (Rykodisc).
A rarities-packed boxed set chronicling the Band, "A Musical History" (Capitol).
Recently incarcerated rapper Lil Kim's "Naked Truth" (Atlantic).
The fifth studio album from U.K. rock quartet Supergrass, "Road to Rouen" (Capitol).
A new album from electronica-tinged rock quartet Ladytron, "Witching Hour" (Rykodisc).
The first solo release from former Cars leader Ric Ocasek since 1997, "Nexterday" (Inverse/Sanctuary).
The second album of the year from prolific singer/songwriter Ryan Adams, "Jacksonville City Nights" (Lost Highway).
The Anti-/Epitaph debut from veteran hip-hop duo Blackalicious, "The Craft."
A double-disc set from country star Wynonna, "Her Story: Scenes From a Lifetime" (Curb).
A new album from Scandinavian rock act HIM, "Dark Light" (Sire).
The sophomore album from Russian pop duo t.A.T.u., "Dangerous and Moving" (Interscope), featuring improbable collaborations with Sting and the Carpenters' Richard Carpenter.