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New albums released today include:
"Town Line," Aaron Lewis (above) • Staind frontman Aaron Lewis releases his debut solo release, and get prepared for a shock. It is billed as a country album, a decidedly different approach for the man in a band that created the most-played rock song of the new millennium, "It's Been Awhile." "Blessed," Lucinda Williams "Late Nights, Early Mornings," Marsha Ambrosius "Neil Diamond: The Bang Years," Neil Diamond "Now," Linda Eder "Bring Him Home," Alfie Boe "Majestic Silver Strings," Buddy Miller "In Concert on Broadway," Harry Connick Jr. "Going Out in Style," Dropkick Murphys "John Popper & The Duskray Troubadours," John Popper "Hyphenated-Man," Mike Watt "Hit Man Returns: David Foster & Friends," David Foster "Hundred More Years," Francesca Battistelli "Wounded Rhymes," Lykke Li "Rose Tattoo," Tiffany "100 Years of Robert Johnson," Big Head Blues Club and Big Head Todd & the Monsters "Different Gear Still Speeding," Beady Eye "Tibetan Mantras For Turbulent Times," Deva Premal and The Gyuto Monks "100 Lovers," Devotchka "Long Player Late Bloomer," Ron Sexsmith "The Valley," Eisley "Forever the Sickest Kids," Forever the Sickest Kids "Vol 2: High & Inside," The Baseball Project