AMY Winehouses Grammy award-winning album Back to Black has soared to the top of the UK charts in the wake of her death, Sky News reports. As tributes poured in for the late star, who died on July 23, fans flocked to buy her albums, sending five hits into the top 40 - a record for the late soul and jazz singer. While Back to Black knocked Adeles 21 off the top spot, Winehouses debut effort Frank came in at No. 5. The box set combining Frank and Back to Black also entered at No.10. The success comes as the 27-year-olds devastated family awaits the results of toxicology tests to establish the cause of her death. Relatives believe her decision to stop drinking, following protracted battles with drugs and alcohol, may have been a contributing factor. Gennaro Castaldo, publicist for music retail chain HMV, said, Its no real surprise that Back to Black has gone back to the top of the album charts. We saw such a surge in demand for Amys albums soon after her death was announced that we pretty much sold out and had to re-order more copies. Obviously quite a few people have been downloading the album but many more seem to have wanted it on CD. Herald Sun