Phish Phish Live 13-18: A live album, for a change.
New CD releases
Which new CD are you going to rush out to buy?
The Roots Phrenology: The hotly anticipated latest from hip-hop's best musicians.
Shaggy: The cute reggae pop star follows up his monster album from two years ago.
Sigur Ros: More glacial art-rock from Iceland.
Toni Braxton: Maryland's own diva releases another one.
Blu Cantrell: The follow-up to her jazzy, snazzy hit "Hit 'Em Up Style."
Trick Pony On a Mission: Country poised for a pop invasion.
Jay-Z: Another year, another hit from this maddeningly catchy rap megastar.
Dave Matthews Band Live: Keyed to a simultaneous DVD release.
David Gray: One of the best singer-songwriters of his generation tries to follow up his wonderful last work, White Ladder.
Wallflowers Red Letter Days: Dylan's kid, Jakob, needs a comeback on his fourth work.
Ours Precious: Will Jeff Buckley's ex-guitar technician still sound like he's doing a karaoke of his old mentor?
Deborah Cox: Her third album may make Cox the frontline diva of supporter Clive Davis' dreams.
Whitney Houston: Her first work on Arista without the aforementioned Davis. Word is, she's behind recording schedule. Problems or perfectionism?
Bjork Family Tree: A six-CD retrospective, chosen by fans over the Internet. Also, there's an accompanying single CD version called, cannily enough, "Greatest Hits."
Saliva Back Into Your System: The melodic rockers with a follow-up to a semi-hit.