Michael Jackson replaces himself at the top of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart, as "The Collection" moves 2-1 to swap places with another Epic/Sony Music Entertainment compilation, "King of Pop."

Meanwhile, Pitbull starts a third week at No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" (Ultra/B1).

"The Collection" moves to the pan-European summit as it spends another week at No. 1 in Spain, Denmark and the Belgian regions of Flanders and Wallony. It's also up 8-2 in Italy and holds at No. 4 in Germany and Switzerland, but dips 2-3 in Holland, 4-7 in Portugal and 14-26 in the United Kingdom. "King of Pop," meanwhile, continues to lead the way in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and Holland, and climbs 5-3 in Hungary.

For the first time in five weeks, however, a non-Jackson title breaks into the overall top three. Black Eyed Peas' "The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)" (Interscope/Universal), which spent its first three weeks on the chart at No. 2, rebounds 5-3, after holding at No. 2 in France and climbing 8-3 in the United Kingdom (where sales to last weekend were 133,000), 4-3 in Wallony and 13-10 in Germany.

"The Essential Michael Jackson" falls 3-4 on Top 100 Albums, but is in its fifth week at No. 1 in the United Kingdom, with total sales of 679,000. That retrospective is also on top again in Ireland, up 6-5 in Norway and steady at No. 2 in Finland and No. 3 in Switzerland.

"The Fame" (Interscope/Universal) drops back 4-5 for Lady Gaga, despite a big 25-3 climb in Finland and climbs of 6-4 in Denmark and 7-5 in Hungary. Green Day's "21st Century Breakdown" (Reprise/Warner Music) climbs again, 9-6 on the composite chart with the help of a 14-9 climb in Germany.

Jackson still has six of the top 10 albums on the Europe-wide survey, as "Number Ones" holds at No. 7, "Thriller" falls 6-9 and "The Motown Years" (Motown/Universal), with the Jackson 5, dips 8-10. The latter set is No. 1 again in Norway. "Billy Talent III" (Atlantic/Warner Music) is back up 10-8 overall, climbing 3-2 in Germany and 7-5 in Switzerland.

Pitbull's Eurochart reign extends with the help of a fourth week at No. 1 in France, a 3-1 climb in Spain and improvements of 7-4 in the United Kingdom, 8-5 in Sweden, 7-5 in Norway, 6-5 in Austria, 10-8 in Germany and 11-8 in Italy. It's also No. 2 in Flanders, Wallony and Switzerland.

Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling" should challenge it for the collective top spot next week, climbing 3-2 as it tops the singles charts in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Flanders and Wallony.