New Music Releases

Nov. 17 2009, Published 5:58 a.m. ET

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This week, it’s an American Idol showdown! Season 8 winner Kris Allen releases his highly-anticipated self-titled debut, which features the hit “Live Like We’re Dying,” while runner-up Adam Lambert offers up an expanded reissue of Take One, his pre-Idol songs with three new tracks…Another Simon Cowell protégé, British chanteuse Leona Lewis, returns with Echo, on which she surrounds herself with the very best, including hit-makers John Shanks and Max Martin, as well as Clive Davis, who co-produced the album with Cowell…

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On The Fall, Norah Jones gets experimental, collaborating with other songwriters, including Ryan AdamsJohn Mayer takes a break from squiring Hollywood starlets around to release his latest effort, Battle Studies, which features the new single “Who Says”…Paul McCartney’s Good Evening New York City is a double CD/DVD commemorating his three-night stand christening Citi Field this past July…Janet Jackson’s Number Ones album is just that, a compilation of her 33 globally Number One hits, along with one newly recorded track with Rodney Jerkins, entitled “Make Me”…The Grammy-nominated duo OneRepublic is back with their sophomore album,  Waking Up, which was recorded in their hometown of Denver…Them Crooked Vultures is a supergroup that boasts an all-star line-up, including Dave Grohl and Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, and this week the guys finally release their long-delayed self-titled debut…Kanye protégé and Chicago MC Kid Sister is back with her third album, UltravioletFall Out Boy releases their first Greatest Hits compilation, Believers Never Die – The Greatest Hits, which features two never-released tracks and a DVD with 14 videos and commentary from the band…



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