Singer's 'Back To Black' reaches millennium top ten
Amy Winehouse‘s second album ‘Back To Black’ has moved into the UK’s Top Ten best-selling albums of the 21st century for the first time.
Since its release in October 2006, the album has sold 2,467,575 copies, 318,350 of those having been sold in the last 10 weeks alone.
‘Back To Black’ has moved into the top ten at the expense of Norah Jones‘ ‘Come Away With Me’.
James Blunt‘s ‘Back To Bedlam'[/a] remains the largest-selling album of the 21st century, having sold 3,120,833 copies, reports Musicweek.com.