Scott Weiland’s catalog is experiencing a posthumous rise in song and album purchases and streaming since the singer’s death at the beginning of the month, Billboard reports.

Following Weiland’s death on Dec. 3 at the age of 48, his music is dominating Billboard Rock charts. Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver make up eight of the top 10 songs on the Hard Rock Digital Songs chart. STP’s Core classic “Plush” stands at No. 1, with “Interstate Love Song” at No. 2 and “Creep” at No. 3. Velvet Revolver’s “Fall to Pieces” then takes over at No. 4, while the supergroup’s “Slither” places at No. 9. STP’s “Vasoline,” “Big Empty” and “Sex Type Thing” hold positions 6-8.

Weiland’s work is also making headway on the Hot Rock Songs chart. “Plush” is seated at No. 7, “Interstate Love Song” reached No. 9 and “Creep” landed at No. 12.

Stone Temple Pilots are also experiencing an influx in album sales. Their 1992 debut Core made its way to No. 145 on the Billboard 200, while the band’s 2003 greatest hits compilation Thank You sold 17,000 copies and landed at No. 47.

Streaming is also up for STP: “Plush” saw a 313 percent increase in streaming with 1.3 million plays.

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