The 25 Best Posthumous Albums of All Time

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  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums j dilla jay stay paid
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums amy winehouse lioness
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums sam cooke shake
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums tupac until the end of time
  • 072611 music album heavy tupac makaveli
  • 082411 music scarface influence notorious big life after death
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  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums jimi hendrix live at fillmore east
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums otis redding dock of the bay
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums selena dreaming of you
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums big pun yeeeah baby
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums ray charles genius loves company
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums big l the big picture
  • 061512 music posthumous albums tupac better dayz
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums jimi hendrix first rays of the new rising sun
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums tupac r u still down
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums marvin gaye vulnerable
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums john alice coltrane cosmic music
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums j dilla the shining
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums bob marley confrontation
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums eazy e str8 off tha streetz of muthaphukkin compton
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums otis redding jimi hendrix historic performances monterey pop festival
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums otis redding the immortal
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums notorious big born again
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums pimp c the naked soul of sweet jones
  • 061412 music 25 best posthumous albums otis redding love man

Sam Cooke, Shake

Led by the hit title track and a collection of B-sides and singles without a proper album home, Shake, released a year after he was shot by his manager in 1964, doesn't match to his earlier proper albums, but it still proves his King of Soul nickname was more than well-deserved.

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