September 19, 2008 at 04:00 AM EDT

On Sept. 30, T.I. will leave rap fans with a Paper Trail… On Oct. 7, Rise Against make an Appeal to Reason; Robin Thicke hits the R&B world with Something Else; and Oasis try to Dig Out Your Soul… On Oct. 14, the Cure will hope for a lucky 4:13 Dream; Ray LaMontagne will give us some Gossip in the Grain; Lucinda Williams will taste a Little Honey; Ingrid Michaelson will Be OK; and Keane will try for Perfect Symmetry… On Oct. 20, AC/DC charge up Black Ice… On Oct. 21, Eagles of Death Metal will put their Heart On… On Oct. 28, John Legend will prove he’s an Evolver; Snow Patrol will stay cool in A Hundred Million Suns; Toby Keith will argue that That Don’t Make Me a Bad Guy; Hinder will Take It to the Limit (sadly, not an Eagles cover); Dido will hope for a Safe Trip Home; Q-Tip will finally be a Renaissance man; and Brad Paisley will go mostly instrumental for Play… On Nov. 11, American Idol runner-up David Archuleta puts out his first disc; Ludacris will save you a seat for Theater of the Mind; Taylor Swift will Fearless-ly vie for buyers’ attention; Brandy will show she’s only Human; Andrea Bocelli will introduce Incanto… On Nov. 18, Nickelback will unleash their still-untitled sixth CD; Idol winner David Cook will cook up his debut; the All-American Rejects will explore what happens When the World Comes Down… On Nov. 25, the Killers will usher in a new Day and Age and Scott Weiland will be perfectly Happy in Galoshes, thank you very much… Sometime in November, Missy Elliott will invite you to a Block Party… On Dec. 2, Britney Spears will turn her life into even more of a Circus… On Dec. 9, Ciara will take a Fantasy Ride… On Dec. 16, Kanye West will explore the novel combo of 808s & Heartbreak.

All dates are subject to change

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