Amy Winehouse fans remember her on the anniversary of 'Back To Black'

Amy Winehouse fans remember her on the anniversary of 'Back To Black'

- The late British soul singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse released her last album, Back To Black, on this day back in 2006.

- The album won her five Grammy awards and contained hits such as Rehab and Tears Dry On Their Own.

- Fans are honouring her memory on Twitter and celebrating the memorable album that propelled her to international stardom.

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The album, which many have called a masterpiece, sold over 60 million copies worldwide.

The album was Winehouse's second release and it was to be her last.

Tragically, Winehouse died on July 2011 in her north London home from alcohol poisoning. She was 27 years old and had struggled with substance abuse throughout her career.

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Winehouse said, in a 2007 interview, "I don't write songs because I want my voice to be heard or I want to be famous or any of that stuff.

"I write songs about things I have problems with and I have to get past them and I have to make something good out of something bad."

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