Previewing The Week's Top New Releases

The Red Hot Chili Peppers double the musical pleasure for the first time in their career, Gnarls Barkley catches fire with "Crazy," Paul Simon looks to the future with Brian Eno and Snow Patrol tries

The second solo album from pop vocalist Nick Lachey, "What's Left of Me" (Jive).

A self-titled album from R&B outfit Jagged Edge (Columbia).

The final studio release from veteran indie rock act Grandaddy, "Just Like the Fambly Cat" (V2).

A new album from indie rock artist Danielson, "Ships," featuring guest appearances by Sufjan Stevens and members of Deerhoof (Secretly Canadian).

A "Live & Rare" collection from Korn, featuring a number of tracks recorded at New York's famed CBGB (Epic).

Harry Connick, Jr.'s "Harry on Broadway: Vol. 1" (Columbia).

Reissues of the vintage Barry Manilow albums "Barry Manilow II," "Even Now" and "Tryin' To Get the Feeling" (Arista).

Canadian indie rock act the Stills' "Without Feathers" (Vice).

Experimental electronica duo Matmos' "Rose Has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast" (Matador).