Additional titlesAdditional titles hitting stores this week include:
The latest album from singer/songwriter David Gray, "A Day in the Life" (ATO/RCA).
The soundtrack to Cameron Crowe's new film "Elizabethtown" (RCA), featuring My Morning Jacket, Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, Wheat, Lindsey Buckingham and Elton John, among others.
Indie rock staple Nada Surf's "The Weight Is a Gift" (Barsuk).
A collaborative album from revered indie acts Calexico and Iron & Wine, "In the Reins" (Overcoat).
Icelandic rock act Sigur Ros' "Takk" (Geffen).
Eclectic singer/songwriter Devendra Banhart's "Cripple Crow" (XL).
A compilation of material produced by the legendary David Axelrod during his late '60s tenure at Capitol Records, "The Edge" (Blue Note).
A new album from Boston-based rock outfit Cave In, "Perfect Pitch Black" (Hydra Head).
Catherine Wheel frontman Rob Dickinson's solo debut, "Fresh Wine for the Horses" (Sanctuary).
The latest albums from rock outfits Lake Trout ("Not Them, You," Palm Pictures), Stellastarr* ("Harmonies for the Haunted," RCA) and the Dandy Warhols ("Odditorium or Warlord of Mars," Capitol).
Reggae artist Damian "Jr." Marley's "Welcome to Jamrock" (Universal).
Versatile rock act Soulive's "Break Out" (Concord).
The soundtrack to the film "Thumbsucker" (Hollywood), overseen by the Polyphonic Spree's Tim DeLaughter and featuring rare material from the late Elliott Smith.
The first complete performance of a legendary set in Jimi Hendrix's "Live at Woodstock" (Experience Hendrix).
Country hitmakers Lonestar's "Coming Home" (BNA).
The debut album from California rock trio the Like, "Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking?" (Geffen)