The Tonight Show with Jay Leno welcomes the soon-to-be-disbanded Smashing Pumpkins on Friday, Joe Cocker on Monday, and the return of Sade on Tuesday; The Late Show with David Letterman hosts Everclear on Friday and Faith Hill on Tuesday; Late Night with Conan O'Brien gets swampy with R.L. Burnside on Friday overnight and Orgy on Tuesday overnight; and Saturday Night Live's musical guest this weekend is David Gray.
New Releases Coming Tuesday, November 21:
and like the winds, young grasshopper, are subject to change. ...
B.G. - Checkmate (Cash Money) new solo album from the Hot Boyz member
Backstreet Boys - Black and Blue (Jive)
Erykah Badu - Mama's Gun (Motown) featuring the hit single "Bag Lady"
Blur - Greatest Hits (Virgin)
Richard Buckner - The Hill (Overcoat)
Cause for Alarm - Nothing Ever Dies (Victory) 19-track "best of" release with two previously unreleased cuts
Chemical Brothers - Response (Astralwerks) six-track EP of remixes, live tracks, and the enhanced video for "Let Forever Be"
Chris & Tad - Hand Me That Door (Orange) new from Chris Balew of the Presidents of the United States and Tad Hutchison of The Young Fresh Fellows
The Cult - Rare Cult Box Set (Beggars Banquet) 90 tracks spread over six CDs featuring a limited-edition seventh disc in the first pressing
Willie D - Loved by Few, Hated by Many (Virgin) new solo album from the Geto Boys member
Doggy's Angels - Pleezbalevit (TVT) new West Coast bounce fem trio discovered and produced by "tha dogg catcher," Snoop Dogg
Eightball & MJG - Space Age 4 Eva (JCOR Entertainment) with production by DJ Quik, Swizz Beats, and Jazze Pha
Electric Light Orchestra - Flashback (Epic Legacy) three-CD greatest-hits box set with seven rare tracks
Enemymine - The Ice in Me (Up Records) featuring bassist Ryan Baldoz of Some Velvet Sidewalk
Enya - A Day without Rain (Reprise)
Everclear - Songs from an American Movie Volume Two: A Good Time for Bad Attitude (Capitol) promising to be darker than Volume One
Funkstar De Luxe - Keep It Moving: It's Too Funky on Here (Edel/Hypnotic) with remixes of Bob Marley, Tom Jones, Grace Jones, and Mary J. Blige
Grade - Embarrassing Past (Victory)
The Great Crusades - Damaged Goods (Checkered Past)
Hatebreed - Under the Knife (Victory) collection of the first seven tracks the band ever recorded
Elton John - One Night Only (Mercury) recorded live last month at Madison Square Garden with guests Billy Joel, Kiki Dee, and Bryan Adams
Cyndi Lauper - She's So Unusual (Epic Legacy) expanded CD re-issue of this 1980s-era classic
Lungfish - Necrophones (Dischord)
Monroe Mustang - I Am the Only Running Footman (Emperor Jones) CD EP
Nine Inch Nails - Things Falling Apart: Fragile Remixes (Nothing) featuring a cover of Gary Numan's "Metal"
NOFX - Bottles to the Ground (Epitaph) four-track EP
Santana - Best Of Volume 2 (Columbia Legacy)
Shipping News - Very Soon and In Pleasant Company (Quarterstick)
Sick Of It All - Yours Truly (Fat Wreck)
Steven R. Smith - Death of Last Year's Man (Emperor Jones) four-track CD EP of covers of songs by The Smiths, Leonard Cohen, Tim Rose, and Muzsikas Spoon Girls Can Tell (Merge)
Starflyer 59's - Easy Come, Easy Go (Tooth and Nail) two-CD box set of rarities and live tracks
Supa DJ Dmitry - Scream of Consciousness (TVT) new mix CD from NYC club legend and original Deee-lite spinmaster featuring Josh Wink, Luke Slater, and guest vocals by Julee Cruise on a cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity"
UB40 - The Very Best Of (Virgin)
various artists - The Rose That Grew From Concrete: Volume One (Amaru/Interscope) interpretations of 25 poems by Tupac Shaker from Malcolm Jamal Warner, Quincy Jones, Tre from Pharcyde, Nikki Giovanni, Danny Glover, and others
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Authorized Greatest Hits (Epic Legacy) three-CD set of hits and rarities including a bonus DVD of tracks recorded for Austin City Limits
Vitamin C - More (Elektra) do you have a Tommy Hilfiger lipstick shade named after you?
Dweezil Zappa - Automatic (Favored Nations) tasty fret board rompings with guests Terry Bozzio, Mike Keneally, and Blues Saraceno featuring guitar-soaked covers of the Hawaii Five-O theme and the Dr. Seuss classic "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch"