Back To Black, Amy Winehouse’s Grammy-award-winning album, is now back on top of the charts, a week after her untimely death.

Gutted and greiving fans of the popular singer and recording artist have flocked to buy her records and as a result five singles have now breached the top 40 – a record for the late star.

Back To Black became the best-selling album of the week, holding off Adele’s 21, while her 2005 debut Frank hit No. 5, its best ever placing. The box set of both entered at number ten.

In the singles charts, the title track rose to number 8 from last week’s 81.

Tears Dry On Their Own came in at 27, Rehab at 29, Love Is A Losing Game at 33 and You Know I’m No Good at 37.

In another Winehouse development, a London drug fixer claims he helped th esinger buy £1200 worth of heroin and crack on the night before she died.

Tony Azzopardi is due to be re-interviewed by police today. He alleged he helped the singer buy the Class A narcotics in the early hours of July 23.

The 56-year-old, introduced to the troubled star by her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil, claimed he wanted her family to 'know the truth about what happened'.

And in Camden, unruly Winehouse fans holding night-time booze-ups are causing concern for police and security guards outside the late singer's home.
The Sun reported the wasters dance and fight, smoke and drink themselves

senseless. Some even try and enter the house.

They justify their antics with the phrase, "It's what Amy would have wanted," the paper reported.