Adele, Shirley Bassey Set for Big Post-Oscars Sales Gains

"Skyfall" could see a 45% jump after Adele's win; Bassey's signature version of "Goldfinger" eyes a 275% gain

Music from Adele, Dame Shirley Bassey, Jennifer Hudson and more are all due to see huge sales increases on this week's Billboard charts thanks to Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony.

Sources suggest "Skyfall," which won Adele and Paul Epworth the Oscar for best original song, could see a 45% jump in digital download sales for the week ending Feb. 24. In the previous week, the single moved 36,000 according to Nielsen SoundScan. (We won't have the latest week's official SoundScan sales figures until Wednesday, Feb. 27.)

"Skyfall" is the first Academy Award winner to have also been a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 since 2003, when Eminem's No. 1 single "Lose Yourself" won. "Skyfall" is also the first song from a James Bond film to take home the Oscar.

Speaking of James Bond, it was a big night on the Awards for the silver screen's most famous secret agent. The Oscars celebrated Bond's 50th anniversary in motion pictures with a montage of moments and a performance of "Goldfinger" by Dame Shirley Bassey.