Elvis Presley and Eminem maintained their supremacy at the top of the new U.K. sales charts yesterday (June 30). "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis Vs. JXL (RCA) is Britain's No. 1 single for a thi

Elvis Presley and Eminem maintained their supremacy at the top of the new U.K. sales charts yesterday (June 30). "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis Vs. JXL (RCA) is Britain's No. 1 single for a third week, while "The Eminem Show" (Interscope/Polydor) tops the album survey for a fifth-straight frame.

U.K. R&B/garage trio Mis-teeq had the highest arrival on the latter chart with a repromoted version of its hit album "Lickin' On Both Sides" (Inferno/Telstar) at No. 10. The highest all-new entry is Robert Plant's "Dreamland" (Mercury) at No. 20. Back among the singles, the Calling's "Wherever You Will Go" (RCA) opens at No. 3. Female vocalist Kelly Llorenna, known as the voice of top-10 dance crossovers by N-Trance and Flip 'n' Fill, now has her own solo success with a cover of Taylor Dayne's 1988 hit "Tell It To My Heart," which debuted at No. 9 for the All Around The World label.

In addition to topping the U.K. albums chart, Eminem is still the chart king across Europe, according to Music & Media's sales compilations for the region. "The Eminem Show" and "Without Me" are No. 1 for the fourth and fifth week, respectively, on the European Top 100 Albums chart and the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles tally. Papa Roach's "lovehatetragedy" (DreamWorks) is the week's top new entry on the album list at No. 8.