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Amy Winehouse / Nielsen SoundScan & Nielsen BDS data


There were more albums purchased in the past week (week ending 7/24/2011) than during the first of the year (50,000 this week vs. 44,000 YTD 2011 as of 7/17/2011), according to .

·              Back To Black – 37,000 total sales (36,000 are digital albums)

·              Frank = 7,600 total sales (7,000 are digital)

“¢ More than 95% of all Amy Winehouse album sales this week were digitally downloaded (46,000+ sales), according to Nielsen SoundScan.

“¢ Back to Black‘s 37,000 in sales is the album’s highest weekly sales since the week ending 3/2/2008 when the album sold 38,000 (two weeks following the broadcast).    This also marks this album’s biggest weekly digital sales.
U.S. Digital Track Sales

“¢ According to Nielsen SoundScan, there are a total of 111,000 digital track sales for Amy Winehouse this week, an increase of 2,000% over last week.

“¢ “Rehab” is the most downloaded Amy Winehouse song this week (34,000 in digital sales).  Since 2007, there have been 3. Amy Winehouse digital track sales, according to Nielsen SoundScan.


“¢ Total spins for Amy Winehouse songs on Saturday, July 23, increased 170% over the previous week’s total spins, according to Nielsen BDS.

“¢ Year to date in 2011, there have been 4,700 spins for songs by Amy Winehouse, according to Nielsen BDS.  During the week ending 7/17/2011, there were 117 total song spins; on July 23, there were 301 spins.

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