Winehouse holds on to album top spot

Amy Winehouse's Back To Black remains at number one on the album chart this week, winning the battle for chart honours emphatically, writes Alan Jones.
The album experienced a 34.6% increase in demand, selling nearly 48,000 copies.
That's over 30,000 more than any other album - the chasing group of Undiscovered by James Morrison (2-2), The Fratellis' Costtello Music (5-3) and Eyes Open by Snow Patrol (3-4) are separated by less than 200 sales and each sold a ...

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