Keane follows up on its No. 4 debut on The Billboard 200 with "Under the Iron Sea" (Universal Island) by consolidating its leadership of European Top 100 Albums.

Keane follows up on its No. 4 debut on The Billboard 200 with "Under the Iron Sea" (Universal Island) by consolidating its leadership of European Top 100 Albums.

Its second week at the top is confirmed after the album stayed at No. 1 in the United Kingdom, where weekly sales of 79,000 took its two-week tally to 301,000. "Sea" climbs 4-3 in Spain and Flanders, 5-4 in Wallony and debuts at No. 4 in Sweden, but falls 1-2 in Holland, 1-3 in Ireland, 2-4 in Switzerland and 3-4 in Portugal.

Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Stadium Arcadium" (Warner Bros.) holds at No. 2 on the composite chart, while Shakira's "Oral Fixation Vol.2" (Epic), No. 3, trades places with Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) at No. 4. "Hips Don't Lie" (Epic) by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean tops the Eurochart for the fourth consecutive and sixth aggregate week. "Hips" leads the way again in Ireland and Wallony and climbs 3-2 in the United Kingdom, where the re-promoted "Oral Fixation Vol.2" re-enters at No. 14.

Furtado is another artist enjoying substantial success both in America and Europe. "Loose," newly installed at No. 1 on The Billboard 200, holds at No. 1 in Germany and Switzerland. The European single "Maneater" is No. 2 for a second week on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles. "Maneater" tops the U.K chart for a third week, taking its total sales to 141,000 units, according to charts compiler the Official U.K. Charts Co. As "Promiscuous" featuring Timbaland climbs 3-1 on Billboard's Hot 100, Furtado becomes the first artist to top the British and American charts with different songs since Usher achieved the feat in July 2004 with "Burn" in the United Kingdom and "Confessions Part.II" in the United States.

The highest new entry on Top 100 Albums, at No. 5, is Madonna's first live album "I'm Going To Tell You A Secret" (Warner Bros.). The recording from her 2004 "Reinvention" tour is packaged with a 126-minute bonus DVD featuring extra live material and a documentary. "Secret" arrives at No. 1 in Italy, No. 5 in Portugal, No. 8 in France and Germany, and climbs 12-5 in Flanders. Its overall debut would have been higher but for a somewhat lukewarm No. 18 start in the United Kingdom, on sales of 14,449. Its outsold (if only by three units) by Australian pop singer Dannii Minogue's "The Hits and Beyond" (All Around The World/UMTV), which is at No. 17 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart.

The Dixie Chicks' "Taking The Long Way" (Open Wide/Columbia) climbs 19-6 on the composite European chart, as it marks the country trio's first appearance in the British top ten with a 12-10 climb there. The album is also making strides in Sweden, with an 8-2 climb, and Germany, where it's new at No. 5.

Fatboy Slim's hits compilation "Why Try Harder" (Skint) charts at No. 8 overall, following debuts of No. 2 in the United Kingdom, on sales of 44,000, and No. 5 in Ireland. The other top ten debutant on the aggregate chart is "Not Accepted Anywhere" (B Unique/Polydor) by Welsh rock band the Automatic, who have made a big imprint on the British charts in recent weeks with the single "Monster." That track is a top five hit there for the third consecutive week and the album is new at No. 3 on sales of 33,000.

Pop-country vocalist Ilsa De Lange makes a chart-topping start in Holland with her new album "The Great Escape" (Universal). The 29-year-old has been a favorite there for the last eight years. Another Universal-signed European star, Swedish chart regular Thomas Ledin, makes a No. 1 debut there with his new album "Plektrum."

The one top ten debut on the Eurochart is "Roc" (Columbia) by French singer Nadiya, born in Tours of Algerian descent. The single opens at No. 2 in France while her self-titled album slips 2-3 there.