Additional titles hitting stores this week include:
The fifth studio album from singer/songwriter Liz Phair, "Somebody's Miracle" (Capitol).
Concert DVDs from the Pixies ("Sell Out," Rhino) and the Black Keys ("Live," Fat Possum).
A live CD/DVD chronicle of classic rock trio Cream's May reunion run in London, "Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005" (Rhino).
The debut album from English singer/songwriter James Blunt, "Back to Bedlam" (Atlantic).
An expanded edition of dance/rock act the Go! Team's "Thunder, Lightning, Strike" (Columbia).
New releases from Atlantic labelmates (Shinedown "Us and Them") and Simple Plan ("Live From the Hard Rock").
Indie rapper Atmosphere's "You Can't Imagine How Much Fun We're Having" (Rhymesayers).
A greatest hits collection from Melissa Etheridge, "The Road Less Traveled" (Island), featuring a cover of Tom Petty's "Refugee."
A new album from Swedish rock act the (International) Noise Conspiracy, "Armed Love" (Reprise).
An eight-disc bundle of the Talking Heads' catalog upgraded to DualDisc with rare bonus tracks and video footage (Rhino).
The solo debuts from Erasure's Andy Bell ("Electric Blue," Sanctuary) and Meat Puppets principal Curt Kirkwood ("Snow," Little Dog).
The compilation "A Windham Hill Christmas: The Night Before Christmas," featuring new recordings from such enduring label acts as George Winston, Philip Aaberg, Jim Brickman, Alex DeGrassi, Barbara Higbie and Windham Hill founder Will Ackerman.
- News