Gerald Albright & Norman Brown "24/7"
Fiona Apple "The Idler Wheel is wiser than the Driver of the Screw, and Whipping Cords will serve you more than Ropes will ever do" (her first album since 2005)
Belligerence "Now Here's Your Secret"
Justin Bieber "Believe"
Big Smo "Grass Roots"
Blood on the Dance Floor (Phoenix electro-pop duo) "Evolution"
Kiana Brown (2011 KIDZ Star USA winner) "Hey Chica"
Neneh Cherry & The Thing "The Cherry Thing" (her first album in 13 years; covers of the Stooges, MF Doom, Suicide, Cherry's father/jazz legend Don Cherry)
Kenny Chesney "Welcome to the Fishbowl"
Heather Clark "Overcome" (Hear here)
Ravi Coltrane (post-bop jazz saxophonist, son of John and Alice Coltrane) "Spirit Fiction"
Delta Rae (alt/Americana band from Durham, N.C.) "Carry the Fire"
The Dirty Heads, (So-Cal alt-rockers) "Cabin By the Sea" (collaborators: Matisyahu, Del the Funky Homosapien, Ky-Mani Marley, Rome)
Lita Ford "Living Like a Runaway"
The Ghost Inside, (melodic metalcore band, formerly A Dying Dream) "Get What You Give"
Glen Hansard (of The Frames and The Swell Season) "Rhythm and Repose"
Sophie B. Hawkins "The Crossing"
Mark Hummel "Blue and Lonesome: Tribute to Little Walter" (guests: Dave Myers, Luther Tucker, Francis Clay, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith")
Juvenile "Rejuvenation" (guests: Rick Ross, SKip, Young Juve, Wacko, Z-Ro, Tra Tha Truth)
Lit "The View From the Bottom" (their first album of new material in eight years)
Make Do and Mend (New England-based rock group) "Everything You Ever Loved"
Richard Marx "A Night Out With Friends"
Men Without Hats "Love in the Age of War"
Omar & The Howlers "I'm Gone" (Texas blues-rock band's first album of new material since 2004)
Maren Parusel (San Diego-based pop songwriter) "Tightrope Walker"
A.R. Rahman "People Like Us" (includes "Dotted Line," with Liz Phair; drama film, starring Chris Pine, opens June 29)
Marlee Scott "Beautiful Maybe" (guest: Vince Gill)
The Smashing Pumpkins "Oceania"
Chris Smither "Hundred Dollar Valentine"
Mike Stern "All Over the Place" (guests: Esperanza Spalding, Randy Brecker, Kenny Garrett, Dave Weckl, Keith Carlock, Lionel Cordew, Richard Bona, Victor Wooten, Anthony Jackson, Dave Holland, Tom Kennedy, Will Lee, Victor Bailey)
Vampires Everywhere! "Hellbound and Heartless" (includes a cover of Nirvana's "Rape Me")
Various artists "Brave [Film soundtrack]" (Pixar movie is in theaters June 22)
Seth Walker "Time Can Change"
Walk the Moon (Cincinnati indie-rock band) "Walk the Moon"
Don Williams "And So It Goes" (guests: Keith Urban, Alison Krauss, Vince Gill)
BeBe Winans "America America"
Jimmy Buffett "Welcome to Fabulous Fin City Nevada: Live from Las Vegas 2011 [CD/DVD]"
Jane's Addiction "Nothing's Shocking [24 KT + Gold CD]" (1988 album; remastered)
Kylie Minogue "The Best of Kylie Minogue" (21 songs; CD/DVD, feat. music videos)
Moby "Destroyed. Remixed" (2011 album; including remixes by David Lynch, Holy Ghost! and System Divine)
Buck Owens " 'Live' at the White House" (1972 album, with nine bonus songs recorded for the Apollo 16 crew)
Todd Rundgren "Todd Rundgren Healing" (recorded Sept. 14, 2010, during his "Todd"/"Healing" tour, in which he performed both albums in their entirety; DVD)
Sweethearts of the Rodeo "Sweethearts of the Rodeo" (1986 album)
B.J. Thomas "The Complete Scepter Singles" (two CDs, 44 songs)
Neil Young "Neil Young Official Release Series Discs 1-4 [Box set]" (four CDs, featuring remastered editions of his first four solo albums)
ZZ Top "Recycler" (1990 album)
MUSIC on DVD:
John Lee Hooker "Cook With the Hook: Live in 1974 [DVD]" (filmed at the all-day festival "Down in the Dumps" in Gardner, Mass.)
Whitney Houston "One Moment in a Lifetime 1963-2012 [DVD]" (unauthorized documentary)
The Raconteurs, "Live at Montreux 2008 [DVD]" (Blu-ray)
Van Halen "Van Halen: The David Lee Roth Years [DVD]"
Various artists "Punk Revolution NYC: The Velvet Underground, The New York Dolls & the CBGBs Set [DVD]" (two discs)
Various artists "Rockwell [DVD]" (2009 benefit concert at O2 arena in London, featuring Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Joss Stone, Lulu, Razorlight)