Amy Winehouse's Back to Black unsurprisingly moves up the Billboard 200 this week, climbing 9-7 (39,000; up 2%, according to Nielsen SoundScan) after a full week's worth of sales impact following her death on Saturday, July 23.
Last week's chart only reflected two days of sales after news broke of her death. (Nielsen SoundScan's tracking week ends at the close of business on Sunday.) Her debut album, Frank, also rallies, climbing 57-33 with 12,000 (up 58%).
On the Digital Songs chart, "Rehab" rises 46-20 (66,000, up 75%), while Winehouse also re-enters with "You Know I'm No Good" (No. 52 with 32,000, up 76%) and "Back to Black" (No. 55 with 31,000, up 81%). Fans downloaded 193,000 Winehouse tracks this week, exceeding last week's total of 114,000?which was a 2,120% gain over the previous week's 5,000.
On last week's Billboard 200, covering the tracking period ending on July 24, U.S. fans downloaded approximately 35,000 copies of the Back to Black album, nearly 8,000 copies of Frank and about 5,000 copies of the B-sides collections from both Frank and Back to Black, making for a 3,400% rise over the previous week in her total album sales.