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Date of Death: May 14, 1998
Cause of death: Heart attack
Album sales (since 1991): 26.9 million
Highest-charting album (post death): No. 2 - 2008, Nothing But The Best
The famous crooner and movie star first made a name for himself during World War II. His career continued into the 1990s, when he gained a new generation of fans by recording duets with younger artists. The compilation album Nothing But The Best went to No. 1 one when it was released 10 years after Sinatra's death.