Rod Stewart: A collection of standards, recorded a while back, winds up as Stewart's debut on Clive Davis' J Records.

Tori Amos Scarlet's Walk: The singer's first on Epic.

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    Which new CD are you going to rush out to buy?

    Which new CD are you going to rush out to buy?

    • Beck's "Sea Change"
    • Peter Gabriel's "Up"
    • Weezer's "The Lion and the Witch"
    • The Rolling Stones' "40 Licks"
    • Faith Hill's "Cry"
    • LL Cool J's "X"
    • Tori Amos' "Scarlet's Walk"
    • A few of them
    • None of them
Ben Folds Live: A concert document of the piano man's solo tour.

3LW A Girl Can Mack: The return of the teen pop trio, which recently become a twosome with the departure of Naturi Naughton.

Oct. 22

Charli Baltimore: The first solo album from one of the most prominent guest R&B singers in the world of hip-hop -- courtesy of rap impresario Irv Gotti.

Nate Dogg: More low moans from another one of rap artists' favorite backup singers.

Richard Ashcroft Human Conditions: The second solo stint from the ambitious ex-Verve leader.

Foo Fighters: The long-awaited new one from Dave Grohl's crew.

SR-71 Tomorrow: More jokey punk from another group with numbers in its name.

The Donnas Spend the Night: It's the major-label debut of the Runaways of this generation.

O-Town: Can the TV teen-boy act keep 'em screaming?

Kenny G Wishes: Yes, the second album this fall from Mr. G. This, a Christmas salute.

Carlos Santana: The follow-up to his phenomenal Grammy-grabbing Supernatural.

Solange Knowles: A solo work from Beyonce's little sister.

Chris Botti: A holiday album from the jazz trumpeter.

Oct. 29

Sixpence None the Richer Divine Discontent: More clean-cut Christian pop rock.

Eric Clapton One More Car, One More Driver: A live double set.

Memphis Bleek: The well-connected rapper returns.