Additional titles hitting stores this week include:
A live album from eclectic guitarist Bill Frisell, "East/West" (Nonesuch).
The first solo album in 14 years from Stephen Stills, "Man Alive!" (Titan/Pyramid), featuring guest spots from his Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young bandmates Neil Young and Graham Nash.
Veteran guitarist Richard Thompson's "Front Parlour Ballads" (Cooking Vinyl), his first disc in 14 years rooted in the acoustic guitar.
An album of B-sides and rarities from Nebraska rock act Cursive, "The Difference Between Houses and Homes: Lost Songs and Loose Ends 1995-2001" (Saddle Creek).
Long-running punk outfit Pennywise's "The Fuse" (Epitaph).
The Queen tribute album "Killer Queen" (Hollywood), featuring covers by the Flaming Lips, Jason Mraz, Gavin DeGraw and Sum 41.
Scottish rock act Sons And Daughters' "The Repulsion Box" (Domino).