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Arts and Entertainment

New Release Wedenesday: Tom Waits, Jay-Z, U2, Snoop

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Blackmore's Night - Winter Carols (Locomotive)
Brand New - The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me (Interscope)
Daughtry - Daughtry (19 Recordings/ RCA)
Handful of Hate - Gruesome Splendour (Cruz del Music)
Il Divo - Siempre (Columbia)
Jay-Z - Kingdom Come (Roc-A-Fella)
Killswitch Engage - As Daylight Dies (Roadrunner)
Patti Labelle - The Gospel According to Patti Labelle (Bungalo)
Rock Star Supernova - Rock Star Supernova (Epic)
Snoop Dogg - Tha Blue Carpet Treatment (Geffen)
Sufjan Stevens - Sufjan Stevens Presents: Songs for Christmas Singalong (five-CD box set; Asthmatic Kitty)
Swan Lake - Beast Moans (Jagjaguwar)
Tom Waits - Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards (three CDs; Anti)
Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings - Struttin' Our Stuff (MVD Audio)
Winger - Winger IV (Shrapnel)
Various artists - Brats on the Beat: Ramones for Kids (Go-Kart)

Reissues, Greatest Hits, and DVDs after the Jizump:

Abba - Number Ones (Polydor/UMe)
Johnny Cash - The Legend of Johnny Cash Vol. II (Island)
Billy Cobham - Stratus (MVD Audio)
David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name (with DVD) and Voyage (three-CD box set) (Rhino)
Doors - Perceptions (limited-edition box set with six CDs and six DVDs; Rhino)
Enya - Amarantine (box set; Reprise)
Jamiroquai - High Times: Singles 1992-2006 (Epic)
Kiss - Alive! 1975-2000 (four-CD box set) and 20th Century Masters: The Best of Kiss - The Millennium Collection Volume 3 (Island)
Kottonmouth Kings - Hidden Stash III (two CDs and DVD; Suburban Noize)
Freddie Mercury - Lover of Life, Singer of Songs: The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo (Hollywood)
MxPx - Let It Happen - Deluxe Edition (with DVD; Tooth & Nail)
Oasis - Stop the Clocks (special edition with bonus CD and DVD also available; Epic)
Robert Plant - Nine Lives (nine-CD box set; Rhino)
P.O.D. - Greatest Hits (The Atlantic Years) (Rhino)
Tupac Shakur - Pac's Life (Amaru/Interscope)
U2 - U218 Singles (limited-edition version with DVD also available; Interscope)
Various artists - Dreamgirls - Original Broadway Cast Album: Special Edition (two CDs; Decca Broadway/ UMe)
Various artists - Southern Fried Funk: 22 Funky Soul Grooves From New Orleans and the Deep South (Grapevine)

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Music DVDs :

Tony Bennett - "An American Classic" (Columbia)
Cream - "Classic Artists: Cream" (Image)
Fall Out Boy - "Solid Gold Uncertainty" (Chrome Dreams)
Free - "The Free Story: The Essential Albums of All Time" (Classic Rock Legends)
John Wesley Harding & Friends - "A Bloody Show: Live at Bumbershoot 2005" (Arcanum)
Il Divo - "Live at the Greek Theater" (Columbia)
Johnny Mathis - "Gold: A 50th Anniversary Celebration"
Meat Beat Manifesto - "Travelogue Live 05" (MVD Visual)
Reba McEntire - "Video Gold I" and "Video Gold II" (MCA Nashville)
Mission of Burma - "Not a Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story" (MVD Visual)
Murder Junkies - "European Invasion 2005" (MVD Visual)
The Osmonds - "Live in Concert: London 2006 - Collectors Edition" (MVD Visual)
Elvis Presley - "The Ed Sullivan Shows" (three DVDs; Image)
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - "Definitive Performances: 1963-1987" (Motown)
Bruce Springsteen - "Music in Review: The Ultimate Critical Review" (Classic Rock Legends)
U2 - "U218 Videos" (Interscope)
Wendy O. Williams and the Plasmatics - "10 Years of Revolutionary Rock and Roll" (MVD Visual)
The Who - "Who's Better, Who's Best" (Geffen)
Various artists - "No More to Say & Nothing More to Weep For: An Elegy for Allen Ginsberg" (Kultur)
Various artists - "Our Forefathers: The Proto-Punk Box" (four-DVD box set; MVD Visual)