Amy Winehouse has returned to the U.S. albums chart from beyond the grave - her critically-acclaimed "Back To Black" has re-entered the Billboard 200 at number nine.
Fans have been flocking to buy Winehouse's music following her death on Saturday and the sudden surge in sales has propelled the Grammy Award-winning disc back into the top 10. Her debut release, 2004's "Frank," is also climbing up the chart at 37.
Meanwhile, fellow Brit Adele claims her 11th non-consecutive week at number one - 21 bumps Blake Shelton's "Red River Blue" from the top spot to sixth place.
Children's music franchise Kidz Bop 20 is a new entry at two, while 3 Doors Down debut at three with "Time of My Life."
Beyonce's "4" and DJ Khaled's "We the Best Forever" round out the top five at fourth and fifth place, respectively.