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Tuesday 29 July 2014

Amy Winehouse songs storm the Top 40 charts

Amy Winehouse
Singer Amy Winehouse sits looking out the window of her North London home on June 11, 2008 in London, England.
Amy Winehouse attends the 2009 Q Awards held at the Grosvenor House Hotel on October 26, 2009 in London, England

Amy Winehouse could have as many as seven songs in the top 40 this weekend, according to figures from the Official Charts Company.

The singer, who died on Saturday, is also set to be represented in the album charts.

Figures released today show her song Back To Black is at number five, with Rehab, Tears Dry On Their Own and Love Is A Losing Game at numbers 22, 24 and 26 respectively.

Other songs, You Know I'm No Good and Valerie, are at numbers 33 and 35 while her acclaimed collaboration of Valerie with Mark Ronson is set to chart just inside the top 40 at number 39.

Her biggest hit was Rehab which got to number seven in 2006.

The Grammy award-winning album Back To Black is a strong contender for the top spot in the album chart, but may be held off by Adele's best-selling 21.

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