New music CD and DVD releases out this week (November 22 & 23): Nicki Minaj, My Chemical Romance, Ne-Yo, Regina Spektor, Michael Jackson, Sting, Jay-Z, Royksopp, Kanye West, and more (with video)


My Chemical Romance, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys (Reprise)


Check out the video for their first single "Sing" below.



[image-1], Libra Scale (Def Jam)


Robyn, Body Talk (Cherry Tree)


Royksopp, Senior (Ingrooves)


Selena, Selena: Performances (Capitol Latin/EMI/Q-Productions)


A DVD featuring nine previously unreleased performances plus interview clips from appearances she made on The Johnny Canales Show in 1993 and 1994.


Shinedown, The Sound Of Madness CD/DVD (Atlantic)


The Jacksonville band releases a deluxe version of their 2008 platinum-selling album with bonus audio, and official and live videos. Click here to check out Jeff's pics from the band's "Acoustic Tour" stop in Tampae earlier this month.


Sting, Live in Berlin CD/DVD (Decca)


Regina Spektor, Live In London CD/DVD (Sire/Wea)


Check out her performance of “Dance Anthem of the 80’s” from the DVD below.



Various Artists, Tis the Season to Be Fearless (Fearless Records)


A digital-only album available for $4.99 featuring seven original compositions and a cover by eight Fearless Records artists -- For All Those Sleeping, The Maine, Go Radio, Breathe Carolina, Amely, Sparks The Rescue, Let's Get It, and Artist Vs Poet.


[image-2], My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Def Jam)


Yelawolf, Trunk Muzik 0 to 60 (Interscope)


Out 11/23


David Bowie, Rare and Unseen (MVD Entertainment Group)


Englishman, Englishman (Cave City Music)


The song-vehicle for Lexington, KY native Andrew English (The Scourge of the Sea).


Fresh Millions, Fresh Millions (([iN]Sect Records)


“Sprawling dance-prog debut”



Mr. Mister, Pull (RCA/Legacy)


After a 20-year wait, the band that had their heyday in the 1980s finally offers up their previously unreleased fourth and final album from 1990. Click here to purchase it from Little Dum Recordings.



Danuel Tate, Mexican Hotbox (Wagon Repair)


This week, we have pre-Black Friday albums and CD/DVD releases dropping November 22 and 23. Here's a breakdown of the ones you want to know about; to see releases that came out last week (November 16) and a wrap of the must-have albums from November 9, click here.

Out today (11/22):

, H.F.M.2 [Hunger For More 2] (G-Unit / EMI)

For almost a decade Southside Queens native, Lloyd Banks, has been revered as line-for-line one of the most preeminent emcees in hip hop. Banks-aka "The Punch Line King" returns with The Hunger For More 2, a sequel to his 2004 classic debut. Guest features include: Kanye West, Akon, Fabolous, Ryan Leslie, Jeremih, Raekwon, Pusha T, Styles P, 50 Cent and Tony Yayo.

Curren$y, Pilot Talk II (Roc-A-Fella)

Kevin Eubanks, Zen Food (Mack Avenue)

Alan Jackson, 34 Number Ones (Sony Nashville/ Arista)

Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson's Vision (Epic/Legacy)

The first-ever complete collection of all the short films produced by Michael Jackson; includes four-and-a-half hours of content on three DVDs

Jay-Z, The Hits Collection Vol. 1 (Roc Nation/Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam)

Ke$ha, Cannibal EP (RCA)

Killing Joke, Absolute Dissent (Universal Int’l)

Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday (Cash Money)

The multi-cultural rapper-singer/songwriter collabs with Eminem, Will.i.am, Drake, Rihanna, Kanye West and Natasha Bedingfield in her debut studio LP. Watch the video for her song featuring Will.i.am, "Check It Out," after the jump.

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