It seems like interest in Marvin Gaye's collection of music has gone up after the verdict in the "Blurred Lines" trial. In a report from Billboard, Gaye's 2009 greatest hits album Number 1's debuted on the Top 200 chart. "Got To Give It Up (Pt. 1)," the song that Gaye's family alleged was wrongfully sampled on "Blurred Lines," also appears on that album and sold over 10,000 downloads for the week –– its largest sales week ever. Overall the song had a 246 percent sales rise, re-entering the charts at No. 18. This is Gaye's first entry on the Top 200 in over a decade.

[via Billboard]