Additional titles hitting stores this week include:
Pop singer Mandy Moore's "Coverage" (Epic), featuring her renditions of songs popularized by XTC, Joe Jackson, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon.
The sophomore album from indie rock act the Shins, "Chutes Too Narrow" (Sub Pop).
A new album from U.K. electronica duo Basement Jaxx, "Kish Kash" (Astralwerks), featuring guest appearances by Siouxsie Sioux and 'N Sync's JC Chasez.
Two new album from former Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg: "Come Feel Me Tremble" (Vagrant) and "Dead Man Shake," recorded under the pseudonym Grandpaboy (Fat Possum).
A self-titled album from R&B artist Loon (Bad Boy).
Legendary artist Van Morrison's debut for Blue Note, "What's Wrong With This Picture?"
Disney's soundtrack to the film "Brother Bear," featuring music by Phil Collins.
Veteran R&B artist Montell Jordan's "Life After Def" (Kela/Koch).
Singer/songwriter Beth Hart's "Leave the Lights On" (Koch).
A new album from techno pioneer Richie Hawtin's Plastikman moniker, "Closer" (novaMute).
An EP from veteran indie rock act Yo La Tengo, "Today Is the Day" (Matador).
Roots rocker Delbert McClinton's "Live" (New West).
A compilation assembled by the music site Buddyhead, "Gimme Skelter" (Nettwerk), featuring tracks by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mudhoney, Wire and more.
The Steve Earle documentary "Just an American Boy" (Artemis).
Rock act the Stills' "Logic Will Break Your Heart" (Vice/Atlantic).
A compilation of tracks inspired by the film "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," dubbed "Wig in a Box" and featuring Frank Black, Rufus Wainwright, Jonathan Richman and Bob Mould (Off).
An album chronicling the Allman Brothers Band's 1970 concerts at the "Atlanta International Pop Festival" (Epic/Legacy).