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Amy Winehouse's Back To Black In The Top 10 On Billboard Charts

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Right where it belongs.

Though we lost Amy Winehouse this week, her music lives on and is going strong. The Billboard charts reflect Amy's influence as her smash hit album, Back to Black, rose to the #9 spot on the Billboard 200 album chart (37,000; up 3,140%) and her first album, Frank, re-entered the fray at #57 (up 4,100%).

The world will miss her for sure, but at least she left behind a legacy of incredible music that fans cherish for a lifetime.

If you've got those two albums and are looking for more Amy music, might we recommend to you Back to Black: B-Sides. Good stuff on that EP.

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17 comments to “Amy Winehouse's Back To Black In The Top 10 On Billboard Charts”

  1. 1

    You are just making me more furious posting about her again. She hated you and its awful to have a peice of shit like you faking she was your friend.

    I cant remember the name of that little coffie shop where FatBoy hangs out, Some body please fill me in.

  2. 2

    Shame that death makes you more appreciated as an artist. It's like that in all forms of art though.

  3. 3

    Re: Ivybby – I was thinking that too. Such a shame.

  4. 4

    Pathetic. I was never a fan of hers and I still think she was overrated.

  5. 5

    Good riddance!

  6. 6

    I feel like I'm the only one who doesn't have any sympathy for her….call me a bitch, but I just don't feel sorry for addicts. They bring that shit upon themselves. It's their fault they surround themselves with bad influences and situations. If fame is too much for you to handle to the point of abusing drugs and alcohol, hmmmm….then maybe quit your damn job. It's not all about making the big bucks if it's costing you your health. I guess some people care more about fame and money than their welling being. That's the tragic part.

  7. 7

    Sick. Maybe when I die I can make some money off that tape recording I did. God love the Sheeple, coz I fuckin hate u all!

  8. 8

    shut the FUCK UP. you did nothing but say bad shit about her and now that she has passed you love her?? wait till lady gaga dies, what are u gonna do then? off yourself off? get over urself

  9. 9

    Re: PolishPrincess – i guess thats true in a sence. but theres alot of addicts who cant get or afford help. or refuses too becuase there so struck on there addiction. even try to move away get new friends. but having that vibe, you attract the same type of people that get you in that mess in the first place. people like her can afford a good rehab and sober living . but alot of people cant or dont have the support to better themselves.

  10. 10

    All the people saying she deserve to die are heartless maggots and your parents should be neutered. Nobody knows what made this girl turn to drugs. Its tragic and I hope she is at peace.

  11. 11

    It's tragic that a 27 yr old is dead but lets face facts. She had plenty of chances to get well he had a supportive family and the money to get herself into rehab and away from the negative influences in her life. No she did not deserve to die but there were over a hundred people in Norway who never had a choice about whether they lived or not!! The fact is she killed herself, another popstar with an overinflated ego and a head buried in the sand. I feel for the people she's left behind. She even wrote a song about refusing to get help maybe she should have said Yes, Yes Yes.

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    Re: Miss Anndriel – Her supportive family is what we see from the outside, we don't know whether they really were supportive and helpful, parents can do a lot of damage and still have no harmful intentions.
    And she went to Rehab, it just didn't work, we don't know why it didn't or what made her turn to drugs in the first place, but I'm sure she didn't want to be an addict and she didn't only take drugs because she was rich and bored.

  13. 13

    Re: BitchyBonbon – In Rehab she sings, that she'll only drink, till her tears have dried, maybe they never did? She was a troubled person who sought comfort in the wrong places and she was a great artist.

  14. 14

    Honestly, her parents should have done a better job at helping her. I know she was 27, but somebody should've stepped in, forcefully if needed to. If she was going to act irresponsibly, then she should be treated like a child. And I understand there's normal people out there who can't afford rehab, but there's support centres out there. Everyone has at least one person that they can look to for some kind of support or help, even if its a support group. Celebs who have addictions annoy me. Like fucking get over your fame and get some fucking help. They have the money but they choose to waste it away on drugs and booze. That's why it's hard for me to be sympathetic towards her.

  15. 15

    Her "talent" was wasted. She brought it upon herself.

  16. 16

    Re: BitchyBonbon – Yeah I understand what you're saying I just find it hard to sympathise when there were so many chances she could have used to get clean. I don't know what went on behind closed doors or what Amy has gone thru but she didn't become a user untill she was in a postion where she could afford them. her habit was up to £3,500 a day. It's just tragic that she took this road, but I hope wherever she is shes at peace.

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    Re: natalia771 – Speaks someone who obviously has no clue about the psychology of addiction! It has nothing to do with cost or lack of support, the addict will not be able to work on getting clean until they are fully mentally and emotionally ready to take that step and for some people that takes years. Nobody can do that for them and the addict cannot do it for anyone else, it has to be done for theirselves alone. Family and friends can provide support but until the addict is ready to make a serious attempt at getting clean then it won't of itself do anything to help. Yes, I know what I'm talking about, I've been there and it took me 10 years. To say an addict brings it on themselves is fucking ridiculous, nobody thinks they are going to get addicted to these substances (or gambling or food or whatever) when they start. Personal problems added into the mix mean success at rehabilitation/detox is much harder, that side of things has to be tackled either before or alongside the addiction itself. Celebrities are people just like anyone else and their status doesn't give them any more chance of getting clean than the person in the street, if anything it is harder because of the constant media attention.