Weekly US music releases: Disturbed, Heart and Goo Goo Dolls

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On August 31, 1980s group Heart returns, alongside releases from 1990s star performers Goo Goo Dolls, plus Disturbed and Lyfe Jennings have new albums out, as well as Oscar-winning songwriter Ryan Bingham ( Crazy Heart) and a new pop hit compilation.

Heart, Red Velvet Car
Number ten on Amazon's best-selling music chart, female sibling rockers Ann and Nancy Wilson have released more than 20 Top 40 hits, from "Barracuda" to "What About Love," and sold more than 30 million records over three decades. With their first album in six years, Heart returns with 10 acoustic-based tracks on Legacy Recordings, produced by Ben Mink who's worked with Rush and k.d. lang.

Now That's What I Call Music 35
This 35th installment of the popular compilation series features 20 hit songs by top acts, including Lady Gaga "Alejandro," Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love" with Usher, Katy Perry's "California Gurls" with Snoop Dogg, 3OH!3's "My First Kiss" with Ke$ha, plus the Black Eyed Peas, Mike Posner, Jason Derulo, Shontelle and La Roux. A virtual soundtrack of 2010's pop hits on Capitol Records is No. 21 on Amazon bestsellers.

Disturbed, Asylum
Already number eight on Amazon's Hard Rock chart, this band releases its fifth album this week. With more than 11 million albums sold and a string of heavy metal hits, this 12-track assembly leads with "Another Way to Die" about global warming. Each CD includes access to the documentary Decade of Disturbed and the Limited Edition CD/DVD also features a 16-page booklet and bonus live tracks.

Goo Goo Dolls Something For The Rest Of Us
Top 20 on Amazon's rock chart, this multi-platinum American alternative rock act releases a 12-track collection on Warner Bros, produced by Tim Palmer who's worked with David Bowie, The Cure and U2. After selling 10 million albums and multiple number one hits like "Iris."


Legendary guitarist and songwriter, Richard Thompson, releases Dream Attic, a 13-track album on Shout! Factory Records, recorded live during a 2010 US tour.

Last year's Oscar-winner for the Crazy Heart theme song, Ryan Bingham collaborates again with renowned producer T Bone Burnett on Junky Star.