Additional titles

Additional titles hitting stores this week include:

-- An array of new albums from veteran rock acts: Frank Black and the Catholics' "Show Me Your Tears" (spinART); Spiritualized's "Amazing Grace" (Sanctuary); a self-titled effort from the Wellwater Conspiracy (Transdreamer/Megaforce); ZZ Top's "Mescalero" (RCA) and Iron Maiden's "Dance of Death" (Columbia).

-- Rapper David Banner's "Mississippi: The Chopped & Screwed Album" (SRC/Universal).

-- The soundtrack to "The Fighting Temptations" (Music World/Columbia), featuring tracks by the film's star, Beyonce Knowles.

-- The sophomore album from party rocker Andrew W.K., "The Wolf" (Island).

-- Seven compilation albums, 12 individual artist collections and a 5-disc boxed set chronicling Martin Scorsese's documentary "The Blues" (UME; Sony/Legacy).

-- The "Kiss Symphony" DVD, highlighting the group's February concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Sanctuary/Kiss).

-- Expanded reissues of Elvis Costello's "Get Happy!," "Punch the Clock" and "Trust" (Rhino).

-- A collection of songs by the contestants on the Fox reality show "American Juniors" (Jive).

-- The final studio album from the late June Carter Cash, "Wildwood Flower" (Dualtone).

-- New albums from independent rock acts the Decemberists ("Her Majesty," Kill Rock Stars), Enon ("Hocus Pocus," Touch & Go), the Aluminum Group ("More Happyness," Wishing Tree"), Beulah ("YOKO," Velocette), the Innocence Mission ("Befriended," Badman), Pretty Girls Make Graves ("The New Romance," Matador), Quasi ("Hot Sh*t," Touch & Go), the Wrens ("The Meadowlands," Absolutely Kosher) and Some Girls ("Feel It," Koch).

-- Albums from jazz artists Branford Marsalis ("Romare Bearden Revealed," Marsalis Music/Rounder) and Nicholas Payton ("Sonic Trance," Warner Bros.).

-- Veteran folk artist Joan Baez's "Dark Chords on a Big Guitar" (KELA/Koch).

-- Gospel artist CeCe Winans' "Throne Room" (Epic).

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