--"If Not Now, When?", Incubus - Brandon Boyd has said this about the title:  "I'm addicted to the news.  There's so much at play right now, so many important, catastrophic, beautiful things.  This idea 'If Not Now, When?' seems terribly poignant."

--"All of You", Colbie Caillat - It includes the singles "I Do" and "Brighter Than the Sun" . . . plus the track "Favorite Song", which features Common.

--"Yours Truly", Sublime with Rome - This is Sublime's first album with their new singer Rome Ramirez.  Sublime was forced to alter their name by the estate of their original singer Bradley Nowell, who died of a drug overdose in 1996.

--"Fly From Here", Yes - This is their first new disc in a decade, and their first

with singer Benoit David, who replaced long-time vocalist Jon Anderson in 2008.  Before that, Benoit had been in a Canadian Yes tribute band called Close to the Edge.

--"Twisted Wires and the Acoustic Sessions", Tesla - New songs, plus some old recordings, including a few that were recorded with former guitarist Tommy Skeoch.

--"Kairos", the Brazilian metal band Sepultura

--"The Truth Is...", Theory of a Deadman

--"2120 South Michigan Ave", George Thorogood and the Destroyers

--"Just Me", Brian McKnight

--"Use Me", David Bromberg - His guests include Widespread Panic, Keb Mo, Los Lobos, John Hiatt, Vince Gill, Dr. John, and Linda Ronstadt.)

--"Peace Sells...But Who's Buying: 25th Anniversary Edition", Megadeth - It's been re-mastered, and it comes with a second disc of a previously unreleased live show from 1986.

--"Damnesia", Alkaline Trio - The band reworked their songs with new acoustic arrangements to celebrate their 15th anniversary.

--The "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2" and "X-Men: First Class" soundtracks albums.

--"The Kickback", Cali Swag District - It includes their hit, "Teach Me How to Dougie". The group has dedicated the album to former member M-Bone, who was shot and killed in Los Angeles back in May.