Drake, "Take Care" (Oct. 24): The follow up to Aubrey Drake Graham's best selling 2010 release, "Thank Me Later."
Mary J. Blige, "My Life II . The Journey Continues (Act I)" (November): The singer's 10th studio album is being billed as a sequel to her classic 1994 merger of hip hop and soul, "My Life."
Martina McBride, "Eleven" (Oct. 11): One of Nashville's most durable voices will release 11 tracks on her 11th studio on Oct. 11. Could it be called anything else?
Rodney Atkins, "Take a Long Road" (out now): Atkins prefers baseball caps to country Stetsons and he's usually good for a handful of hits with a small town flavor on each album.
The Knux, "Eraser" (out now): Kentrell "Krispy" Lindsey and Alvin "Joey" Lindsey, the duo behind the hit "Cappucino," update their scruffy boho rap rock hybrid.
Toby Keith, "Clancy's Tavern" (Oct. 11 terrorist attacks.
Nirvana, "Nevermind (Super Deluxe)" (Oct. 25): The cannon shot from the Seattle trio that opened the alternative rock era is retooled with bonus tracks and a DVD.
tells the story of the universe's creation in song, with accompanying iPad apps.
Miranda Lambert, "Four the Record" (Nov. 1): One of mainstream country's "bad girls" aims to keep her string of platinum plus albums intact.
DJ Shadow, "The Less You Know, The Better" (out now): Josh Davis has taken the art of sampling and pastiche composition to new heights in the last two decades, plotting each album with careful consideration; this is his first since 2006.
Susan Boyle, "Someone to Watch Over Me" (Nov. 1): After selling 14 million albums in little over a year, the ballad singer who burst into fame during the 2009 "Britain's Got Talent" season returns with her third album.
Scotty McCreery, "Clear as Day" (out now): The youngest male winner in "American Idol" history, the 17 year old makes his country tinged debut.
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Lou Reed and Metallica, "Lulu" (Nov. 1): The season's unlikeliest collaboration matches the godfather of punk with the thrash metal pioneers, with production by Reed's confidante Hal Wilner. One track clocks in at more than 19 minutes, and two are 11 minutes long.
LeAnn Rimes, "Lady and Gentlemen" (out now): The singer puts a feminine spin on country classics previously recorded by male vocalists, including tunes associated with Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings and George Jones.
Pearl Jam, "Pearl Jam 20" (out now): Soundtrack to Cameron Crowe's forthcoming documentary on the band's 20th anniversary, loaded with rarities spanning the decades. Rahman and reggae star Damian Marley.
Wilco, "The Whole Love" (out Omega Seamaster Professional Orange now): With its current lineup intact for three consecutive albums a lifetime by Wilco's once volatile standards the band creates a stylistically diverse collection of songs to debut its new label, dBpm Records.
Tom Waits, "Bad as Me" (Oct. 24): The singer's first album of new material in seven years, once again with his wife, Kathleen Brennan, as coproducer.
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Coldplay, "Mylo Xyloto" (Oct. 24): The British band resumes its collaboration with producer Brian Eno on its fifth studio album, and includes a guest vocal by Rihanna on the track "Princess of China."
"Dumbo"), "Whistle While You Work" (from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)" and "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (from "The Lion King").
and Mary J. Blige; a host of reissued and archival material by revered rock acts such as U2 and Nirvana; and new long form downloads (or discs) from both the first "American Idol" winner and the most recent.
U2, "Achtung Baby (Super Deluxe Edition)" (Nov. 1): The Irish quartet reissue one of their most revered albums on its 20th anniversary with all the trimmings.
Hank Williams Sr., "The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams" (out now): Contemporary artists ranging from Alan Jackson to Norah Jones create new songs out of some of the country legend's unused lyrics.
Kelly Clarkson, "Stronger" (Oct. 25): The original "American Idol" tries to revive a career that started strong but has slowed in recent years.
Brian Wilson, "In the Key of Disney" (Oct. 24): The genius behind the Beach Boys offers up his sun soaked take on songs from famous Walt Disney films. Included are "Baby Mine" (from Omega Speedmaster Professional Wrist Shot
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