The renewed interest in Amy Winehouse's music after her death has brought her Grammy-winning album 'Back to Black' back to the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The news isn't surprising, since Winehouse's albums shot to the top of the iTunes charts in several countries immediately after her passing. Billboard reports that 'Back to Black' holds down the No. 9 spot on the top 200 albums chart, with 37,000 units sold. The previous week, it had sold just 1,000 copies.

Winehouse's debut, 'Frank,' also returns to the chart at No. 57. That record was less popular in the U.S. but was a critical favorite and produced a handful of the selections on our list of the Top 10 Amy Winehouse Songs. The digital EP 'Back to Black: B-Sides' enters the chart for the first time at No. 152.

The singer's biggest U.S. hit, 'Rehab,' sold 38,000 downloads last week to enter the Digital Songs chart at No. 46. The magazine says that in the few days since her death, Winehouse's music sold a total of 111,000 downloads.

Adele's '21,' by the way, returns to the No. 1 spot on the album chart for the 11th week, dethroning Blake Shelton's 'Red River Blue.'

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