There's a second week at No. 1 on Billboard's European Top 100 Albums for "The Collection" (Sony Music Entertainment) by Michael Jackson, who continues to have three of the chart's top four titles. Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" (Ultra/B1) leads European Hot 100 Singles for a fourth week.

Jackson also holds at No. 2 on the pan-European survey with "King of Pop" and No. 4 with "The Essential," falling 7-9 with "Number Ones." But "The Collection" remains Europe's favorite among his compilations, holding at No. 1 in Spain, Denmark and the Belgian region of Wallony, climbing 4-2 in Germany and holding at No. 2 in Italy.

"King of Pop" is still on top in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy, but down 1-2 in Holland, while "The Essential" is the U.K.'s best-selling artist album for a sixth straight week (the artist's best-ever unbroken run there) with sales last week of 34,000. It's also steady at No. 3 in Switzerland and No. 6 in Portugal. "Number Ones" has its best ranking in Germany, where it's down 3-4.

Black Eyed Peas' "The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)" (Interscope/Universal) is again Europe's highest-rated non-Jackson title, holding at No. 3. As the single "I Gotta Feeling" spends a second week at No. 2 on the European Hot 100, the album is best-placed in France, at No. 2 again, and the United Kingdom and Wallony, holding at No. 3. It's up 6-4 in Switzerland and 6-5 in Ireland.

The top six releases on Top 100 Albums are unchanged, with Lady Gaga's "The Fame" (Interscope/Universal) at No. 5 and Green Day's "21st Century Breakdown" (Reprise/Warner Music) at No. 6. Lady Gaga moves 5-3 in Hungary.

Beyoncé's "I Am... Sasha Fierce" (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment), now in its 38th week on the composite survey, climbs 15-7, returning to the top ten for the first time since May. That's fuelled by a 12-5 move in the United Kingdom, where the single "Sweet Dreams," up 6-5, has reawakened sales of the album, now at a total of 745,000. "Fierce" is also up 11-10 in Spain.

U2's current stadium tour also helps "No Line on the Horizon" (Mercury/Universal) to make a return visit to the overall top ten with a 14-8 climb. The album had six weeks at No. 1 in March and April. The band plays London's Wembley Stadium tomorrow and Saturday (Aug. 14 and 15).

Breakthrough U.K. act Florence and the Machine plays bridesmaid on the album chart there for a fifth straight week at No. 2 with the debut set "Lungs" (Universal Island). That residency, which has generated sales of 169,000 units, plus a 4-3 move in Ireland, help "Lungs" climb back 12-10 overall.

Pitbull's single is No. 1 for a fifth week in France, a second in Spain, climbs 5-3 in Austria and holds at No. 2 in Flanders and Wallony. The European Hot 100's highest new entry, at No. 5, is "Never Leave You" (4th & Broadway/Universal Island) by London "grime" star Tinchy Stryder featuring Amelle Berrabah from Sugababes. It sells 71,000 there to become Stryder's second consecutive No. 1, also racing 42-2 in Ireland.