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The 25 Best Posthumous Albums Ever

May 26th, 2014 9:00am EDT
Notorious BIG
Just because an artist dies doesn't mean their music has to. These posthumous albums prove some musicians continue to have a lasting effect long after they're gone. In no particular order, here are the 25 Best Postumous Albums Ever.

Notorious BIG - Life After Death
This ironically-titled album was the first posthumous work to score two #1 singles on Billboard. It was released only a few weeks after the rapper was killed in drive-by shooting. Mo Money Mo Problems and Hypnotize helped BIG break into popular music and introduced the world to Sean Combs.

Jimi Hendrix - The Cry of ...
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Taylor Swift Featured In 'Band Hero'; New Songs Announced

October 2nd, 2009 12:30pm EDT
Taylor Swift, Band Hero, Band Hero Song List
Video game players and music fans alike can now get closer to Band Hero's in-game playable character Taylor Swift than ever before, as they can perform as the music icon to her fan-favorite chart-topping hits "You Belong With Me," "Picture To Burn" and "Love Story" in the biggest music event to hit living rooms this holiday season - "Band Hero". Today, Activision puts fans front and center in the concert of a lifetime, as they debut Swift's never-before-seen in-game performances in "Band Hero", the perfect game for family and friends to jam out and sing along to their favorite tunes togethe...
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Unexpected, Untimely And Shocking Deaths In Music

July 1st, 2009 11:15am EDT
Shocking music deaths
Heart attacks. Plane crashes. Car crashes. Drug overdoses. Murder. Over the years, these have become some of the most common causes of the often shocking deaths in the music industry. On a lighter note, some might argue that even ham sandwiches have been involved.

Regardless of the cause, take a look back at these musical icons that have left us way, way, way too soon - yet have left us with legacies that will live on forever. The majority of these deaths, in addition to being sudden and shocking, were in some way either ironic or just completely messed up. Rock on...

Michael Jackso...
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It's Summertime: A List of Great Summertime Songs

June 19th, 2009 12:32pm EDT
Billy Joel
Like Corrine Bailey Rae sang, "Go put your records on." The song of the same title is the perfect piece of advice for summer. Sunday marks the official first day of summer, and in case you need some new songs for those trips to the beach, barbeques, and even for still being stuck at work, here's our picks for the best summer songs.

The Beach Boys, "Come and Go With Me" (1978) - No group better embodies the spirit of summer than The Beach Boys, so picking just one of their songs isn't an easy task. Rather going for the more obvious, kitschy beach themed songs like "Surfin' Safari," "Calif...
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I Ain't Got No Crystal Ball (Today's Links)

March 2nd, 2009 7:00pm EST
Sublime
Check out some of the best links and viral videos found around the web today. And be sure to visit our On the Web section where we're constantly adding interesting links all the time.

YOU can even add links to stuff you find out there now, like interesting articles, cool YouTube videos, strange news, interesting photo galleries, and, well, just about anything!

Sublime reunites with a new singer - Rad Report

Jimmy Fallon's nerd side might save him - Defamer

Celebs that a former waiter farted on - Holy Taco

Radiohead vs. Dave Brubeck - Five Step:

Sabri...
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Grammy-Nominated Artist Matisyahu Returns With EP; Tour

October 21st, 2008 6:00pm EDT
Matisyahu
Produced by David Kahne (Paul McCartney, Regina Spektor, Sublime), Shattered features songs from Matisyahu's forthcoming album, recorded and mixed in Jamaica, New York, Los Angeles, and Virginia.

Several guest artists contribute to the four-song EP: ground-breaking Jamaican reggae rhythm section Sly & Robbie (drums and bass, "Two Child One Drop" and "I Will Be Light"), son of legendary reggae artist Freddie McGregor and among Jamaica's youngest and most innovative young producers Stephen McGregor (co-producer, keyboards, drum-programming, "Smash Lies") , Fish (drums, "So Hi So Lo") a...
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Our Favorite Summer Songs

June 24th, 2008 8:43am EDT
Rihanna
Everyone has favorite summer tunes, and since summer officially arrived over the weekend, what better way to celebrate the end of school, a day at the beach or a road trip than to listen to summer-inspired music?

Four Starpulse contributing writers have compiled lists of their favorite summer tunes (including several that were picked by more than one writer). Whether they are summer inspired, make you feel like summer, or are just cheerful tunes to listen to during the hot sticky months, we're sure they'll get you in the mood for sipping pina coladas, dipping your foot in the pool, or...
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'Spirits in the Material World – A Reggae Tribute to the Police' On CD Feb. 19

February 10th, 2008 11:00am EST
Spirits In The Material World
Spirits In The Material World brings together a mix of legendary reggae and rock artists to create a stunning set of strong new reggae versions of Police songs, both signature hits and fan-favorite album tracks.

Featured songs include "Every Breath You Take," "Can't Stand Losing You," "The Bed's Too Big Without You," "De Doo Doo Doo De Dah Dah Dah," "Invisible Sun," "Synchronicity" and more!

Produced by Inner Circle (creators of the "Bad Boys" hit Cops theme).

The Artists:

Toots & The Maytals: A legendary name in Jamaican music, their first hits date back to 1963 at the he...
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Starpulse Q&A With Steve Agee: Out of Shape Champion

November 5th, 2007 10:50am EST
Steve Agee
Steve Agee is in the worst shape of his life and it's all because of his success as Steve, one half of the gay couple on The Sarah Silverman Program. He can't help it! The food's just too good to pass up. Plus, it's his responsibility. He's broken the mold of what it means to be a homosexual character on television and he owes it to every out of shape, video game loving, gay guy to keep his physique just the way it is. Starpulse spoke with Steve to find out about his history in the field of television, how he met the star of Comedy Central's latest hit show, and his recent stand up tour of ...
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Celebrity Birthdays, October 2

October 2nd, 2007 3:00am EDT
Sting
Happy Birthday to Alexisonfire singer George Pettit (1982), Aqua singer Lene (1973), Slipknot guitarist James Root (1971), pop singer and mall rat Tiffany (1971), TV host Kelly Ripa (1970), Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh (1967), Soprano-shrink Lorraine Bracco (1955), ex-cop Sting (1951), photographer Annie Leibovitz (1949), fashion designer Donna Karan (1948), Trekkie Avery Brooks (1948), "American Pie" singer/songwriter Don McLean (1945), Little Rascal George McFarland (1928), comedian Bud Abbott (1895), comedian Groucho Marx (1890), Indian sage and leader Mahatma Gandhi (1869), and King Richar...
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Video Game Review: Major League Baseball 2K7

May 2nd, 2007 12:39pm EDT
The excitement that was next-gen baseball last year was quickly extinguished by Major League Baseball 2K6. This mess of code featured batters that all swung in the same exact choppy animation and fielders that could grab a grounder in the outfield and throw immediately to first with barely any animation between. Let’s not forget the fact that your runners lallygag around the bases slow enough to make the coach from Bull Durham have a heart attack if you didn’t mash the "run" button. Lucky for us, a few people at 2K Sports noticed and decided that they needed an overhaul.

While Major L...
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Celebrity Birthdays, February 22

February 22nd, 2007 3:00am EST
Drew Barrymore
Happy Birthday to "Charlie's Angel" Drew Barrymore (1975), "Star Trek Voyager" actress Jeri Ryan (1968), Sublime singer/songwriter/guitarist Bradley Nowell (1968; d. 1996), SNL actress Rachel Dratch (1966), Fijian golfer Vijay Singh (1963), Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin (1962), actor Kyle MacLachlan (1959), English actress Julie Walters (1950), "Little Shop of Horrors" actress Ellen Greene (1950), hoops legend "Dr. J" Julius Erving (1950), actress Leslie Charleson (1945), director Jonathan Demme (1944), silver screen actress Rebecca Schull (1929), character actor Paul Dooley (1928), British ...
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Roots of Creation and Bombshelter Records Present The Brand New Album "Rise Up"

November 22nd, 2006 10:34am EST
Roots of Creation
"This reggae-based group from the Northeast has proven their ingenuity on Rise Up, their second album. Using reggae's rhythms and mindset as a starting point, ROC proceeds to integrate the infectious hooks and songwriting of rock, the instrumental alchemy of jazz, and the pulse-pounding beats of hip-hop into their energetic sound." - Bryan Rogers, HGMN

"Roots of Creation have become kingpins on the happening ham scene, setting themselves apart with music that is fused with some strict social values and a desire to save the world. Superheroes? Maybe a little. Their sound is reminiscent ...
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New CD Reviews, Nov. 15, 2006 (The Game, Neil Young, Fat Joe, Akon, Tenacious D, Sublime, many more)

November 15th, 2006 4:19pm EST
The Game - Doctor
A number of rap and hip-hop albums come out this week including ones from Fat Joe, The Game and Akon. Plus check out fresh music from Damien Rice, Army of Anyone, Tenacious D and many more. Keep reading for info and reviews of this week's new CDs.

The Game - Doctor's Advocate

Toying with expectations and respect is the dangerous tightrope the Game walks brilliantly, and while this is nothing new, the fact remains that every track here is as good as or better than those on his debut. Read review...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Crazy Horse at the Fillmore 1970

This was the origi...
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Sublime Box Set Due November 14

October 2nd, 2006 3:27pm EDT
Sublime
The Long Beach trio known as Sublime began with a gig on July 4th, 1988 that as legend tells ignited the infamous "Peninsula Riot." The chaos and excitement escalated over the next eight years from the backyards of Long Beach and 40 Oz. of Freedom to the national phenomenon of their breakthrough album, Sublime.  Sadly, the massive success of Sublime came in the wake of the tragic and untimely death of singer-songwriter-guitartist Bradley Nowell.  But the music lives on.

Celebrating Sublime's legacy as one of the most influential bands of the '90s, the career-spanning multi-disc cd a...
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Celebrity Birthdays, October 2

October 2nd, 2006 3:00am EDT
Sting
Happy Birthday to Alexisonfire singer George Pettit (1982), Aqua singer Lene (1973), Slipknot guitarist James Root (1971), pop singer and mall rat Tiffany (1971), TV host Kelly Ripa (1970), Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh (1967), Soprano-shrink Lorraine Bracco (1955), ex-cop Sting (1951), photographer Annie Leibovitz (1949), fashion designer Donna Karan (1948), Trekkie Avery Brooks (1948), "American Pie" singer/songwriter Don McLean (1945), Little Rascal George McFarland (1928), comedian Bud Abbott (1895), comedian Groucho Marx (1890), Indian sage and leader Mahatma Gandhi (1869), and King Richar...
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Classic Sublime Album Reissued and Expanded

July 19th, 2006 8:40pm EDT
Sublime
One of the greatest tragedies of recent musical history was Sublime singer-songwriter-guitarist's Bradley Nowell's untimely death, compounded by the fact that he did not live to witness the massive success of his band's third album, the now classic Sublime. The Long Beach trio's major-label debut, Sublime, was released in 1996, spawned the hits "What I Got," "Wrong Way," "Santeria" and "Doin' Time," and ultimately sold over five million copies in the U.S. alone.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sublime's release and to pay tribute to Nowell's original vision, the two-disc Sublime D...
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Celebrity Birthdays, February 22

February 22nd, 2006 3:00am EST
Drew Barrymore
Happy Birthday to "Charlie's Angel" Drew Barrymore (1975), "Star Trek Voyager" actress Jeri Ryan (1968), Sublime singer/songwriter/guitarist Bradley Nowell (1968; d. 1996), SNL actress Rachel Dratch (1966), Fijian golfer Vijay Singh (1963), Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin (1962), actor Kyle MacLachlan (1959), English actress Julie Walters (1950), "Little Shop of Horrors" actress Ellen Greene (1950), hoops legend "Dr. J" Julius Erving (1950), actress Leslie Charleson (1945), director Jonathan Demme (1944), silver screen actress Rebecca Schull (1929), character actor Paul Dooley (1928), British ...
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New CDs This Week (Nov. 15)

November 15th, 2005 10:54am EST
Madonna
A number of new albums hit stores today including new ones from Madonna, Big & Rich, Pitbull and Unearth; live ones from Green Day, Jesse McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, Moody Blues, Todd Rundgren and Wilco; hits collections from The Roots, Alanis Morissette, Cat Stevens, Pete Townshend and Dire Straits; and a whole lot more. Check out this list of noteworthy releases for Tuesday, November 15th...

Alanis Morissette - The Collection

Big & Rich - Comin' to Your City

Bill Wyman - Rhythm Kings Live

Bolt Thrower - Those Once Loyal

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Greatest Hits [Chopped and Screwed]...
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Mest Returns with "Photographs"

November 2nd, 2005 1:00pm EST
Mest
In 2003, Mest frontman Tony Lovato fulfilled his childhood dream -- and it almost killed him. "As a kid I always said that if I ever played the whole Warped Tour, I could die the next day a happy man," Lovato says, who performed on the punk rock summer tour's stage a few days after having back surgery. As always, Mest gave one hell of a show. "The next day, which was my birthday, I woke up literally in tears because I couldn't move my back at all."

The dedicated band mustered up the energy and continued through the summer. While delivering one insane set after the next, Lovato numbed ...
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Sublime Retrospective Due

October 28th, 2005 2:20pm EDT
Sublime
In music, as well as attitude, Sublime was one of the most influential bands of both '90s modern rock and youth culture. Its freewheeling mix of alternative, hip-hop, punk and reggae--served up with an aggressive d.i.y. spirit--broke down musical and cultural barriers, and became a model for the cross-genre music of today. Sublime fueled a rabid grassroots following, comprised of all ages and walks of life- the ska-punk underground, the frat house collegiate, the ever increasing dub and ragga aficionados, and, of course, the legions of the surf/skate/snowboard community who embraced the ban...
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