Led Zeppelin's "Mothership" compilation (Rhino/Atlantic) surges 6-1 in its fifth week on European Top 100 Albums to top the survey for the first time. Meanwhile, Europe's "Christmas No. 1" single is "Apologize" (Mosley/Blackground/Interscope) by Timbaland presents One Republic, which leads Eurochart Top 100 Singles for a fifth week.

The Zeppelin album enjoys a sales spurt from publicity surrounding the group's reunion performance at the Ahmet Ertegun memorial concert at London's 02 Arena Dec. 10. In Austria it leaps 16-4, in Germany 12-4, and in the group's native United Kingdom, it's up 8-4. "The massive buzz around the reunion gig, coupled with a powerful marketing campaign, has seen sales of 'Mothership' soar," says Dan Chalmers, VP at Rhino UK & International. "The strength of both the two and three disc versions has meant it's appealing to long term collectors and, importantly, new fans, and proving to be an ideal festive gift."

Amy Winehouse moves back into runner-up spot, 3-2, on Top 100 Albums with "Back To Black" (Universal Island). That's its highest ranking since September, and is fuelled by a 4-1 move in Greece, a second week at No. 1 in Switzerland and an 18-5 move in Germany. It holds at No. 4 in France and No. 9 in the United Kingdom.

Andrea Bocelli dips 2-3 on the Europe-wide list with "Vivere" (Sugar/Universal), despite a 2-1 climb in Hungary. But Michael Bublé's "Call Me Irresponsible" (Reprise), which already had worldwide sales of 3.5 million, according to Warner Music International, is back on the march. The set is up 26-4 overall in its 33rd chart week and was helped by a new two-CD tour edition, and live and promotional dates in Europe, including one on the U.K.'s "The X-Factor" Dec. 8. That's after a U.K. climb of 21-3 (on new sales of 107,000) and a 13-5 leap in Ireland. Dion Singer, VP of international marketing at WMI, says the album "is now a big festive hit, re-entering the top ten in many countries eight months after it was first released."

Last week's pan-European No. 1 album, the Eagles' "Long Road Out Of Eden" (Polydor), is thus relegated to No. 5. But Alicia Keys' "As I Am" (J) rebounds 12-6 after improving 5-3 in Switzerland and 15-5 in the Belgian region of Wallony.

Eros Ramazotti's "E2" (Ariola) is also back up, 9-7 on the composite tally, seven weeks into its run. It holds at No. 2 in Switzerland and climbs 6-3 in Spain and 6-5 in Italy. James Blunt's "All The Lost Souls" (Custard/Atlantic) is down 4-8 in its 13th week on Top 100 Albums, despite a 14-8 climb in France. Completing the pre-Christmas pan-European album top ten are Leona Lewis' "Spirit" (Syco Music/Sony BMG), down 8-9 (despite a fifth week at No. 1 in the United Kingdom with sales to last weekend of 1.1 million) and Die Ärzte's "Jazz Ist Anders" (Hot Action), down 7-10 overall.

The Timbaland single keeps the Eurochart crown as it continues to rule throughout the GSA territories. It also climbs 5-3 in Holland and 5-4 and 7-5 in the Belgian regions of Flanders and Wallony respectively. But the track is down 1-2 in Sweden. Keys' "No One" moves up 3-2 on the Eurochart, on which the former U.S. No. 1 "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" (ColliPark/Interscope) by Soulja Boy Tell'em is up 21-7, helped by a 10-3 climb in the United Kingdom.