Amy Winehouse’s Song, Selling Downloadable

A few days after the death of Amy Winehouse, CD sales are the work of British singer continues to soar in the United States.

Based on data from monitoring agency sales, Nielsen SoundScan, the fans bought 50 thousand Winehouse Winehouse CDs in the past week until July 24. That number rises than the average sales Winehouse album in one week in 2011 which reached 44 thousand pieces.

According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album Winehouse released in 2006 and contains the song "Rehab", "Back to Black", made ​​a 37 thousand copies in the United States. The amount was the highest in a week since March 2008.

Winehouse's debut album came out in 2003, Frank, earned sales of 7600 units.
Of the total sales, more than 95 percent of a sale via digital download.

The song "Rehab" most downloaded with sales of around 34 thousand in the United States.

Nielsen SoundScan says fans buy songs Winehouse through digital download as many as 111 thousand, up 2,000 percent from the previous week's sales.

Winehouse has died at his home in London at the age of 27, July 24, 2011.

Winehouse's sales are expected to continue to rise this weekend. Therefore, fans learned Winehouse Winehouse's death at the weekend.

Throughout her career, Winehouse is grappling with problems of alcohol and illicit drugs. However, on Tuesday, July 26, 2011, Winehouse's father says Winehouse start exercising and yoga every day several times before he died.

Autopsies on the bodies Winehouse has done. But, the cause of death was not immediately known.