When Roy Orbison's 'Mystery Girl' album was issued two months after his sudden death of a heart attack at age 52, it became a rare rock occurrence a posthumously issued recording worthy of standing proud with his most cherished recordings.

As 'Mystery Girl' quickly jumped into the top five on the Billboard charts, it joined another album blessed with Orbison's genius the first record by The Traveling Wilburys was sitting tight at number three. The most holy of rock super-friend alliances reestablished Orbison's legend while 'Mystery Girl' sealed it. It seemed like Roy was still with us.

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