Winehouse Album Back In U.S. Top Five

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August 3, 2011 | 6:00pm EST

Amy Winehouse has bounced back into America’s album chart top five following her death at the end of last month.
The tragic singer’s Back to Black re-entered the Billboard 200 top 10 in the days following her 23 July death and the 2006 release continues to climb the chart as fans process the sad news.

The disc, which also jumped to the top of the U.K. album chart, enters the top five at four this week thanks to sales of 54,000.

Winehouse’s debut, Frank, is another chart climber – from 57 to 33.

Meanwhile, country singer Eric Church claims his first number one on the U.S. countdown, debuting his third album, Chief, at the top.

Adele’s 21 falls a spot to two and Kelly Rowland enjoys her highest charting position at three with Here I Am.