Anastacia's self-titled Epic set starts a fourth week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums, while its single "Left Outside Alone" stands at No. 2 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles for a fourth week.

Anastacia's self-titled Epic set starts a fourth week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums, while its single "Left Outside Alone" stands at No. 2 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles for a fourth week.

The album moves up 5-1 in Greece, 2-1 in Sweden and retains pole position in Germany, Holland, Switzerland and Austria. In Denmark, it dips 1-3. Anastacia will conduct her first full European tour later this year in support of the album. The tour will start in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on September 28, and take in 10 countries over 25 dates, before concluding in London at Wembley Arena on November 14.

Guns N' Roses' "Greatest Hits" (Geffen) continues at No. 2 overall, climbing 3-2 in Sweden, 8-6 in Germany and 11-9 in Spain. It's still No. 1 in the United Kingdom and Ireland; it is certified double platinum in Britain for shipments of 600,000 units. Across the counter sales there after six weeks are 471,000 units.

Prince returns to Top 100 Albums at No. 3 with "Musicology" (NPG/Columbia) after a strong opening week around the region that includes No. 2 entries in Denmark and Norway. It's in at No. 3 in the United Kingdom (selling 32,000 units), No. 4 in Germany, Austria and Ireland, No. 7 in France and No. 10 in Italy. In Holland it rose 22-3. Prince's last appearance on Top 100 Albums was in 2001, when Warner Bros.' "The Very Best Of" set debuted at No. 8 and enjoyed a 13-week run.

After debuting four weeks ago at No. 1 on the German album chart, local pop duo Rosenstolz' "Herz" (Island) moves up 3-2 there and 12-9 overall. Its single "Liebe Ist Alles" is back up 15-10 in Germany, following the April 15 start of the act's domestic tour.

Maroon 5's "Songs About Jane" (J) is breaking out in the United Kingdom, helped by a No. 3 debut for its latest single "This Love." "Songs About Jane" has a chart sequence there of 48-32-7-5. The album is up 26-13 overall and the single enters the Eurochart at No. 9.

Usher's "Yeah" (Arista) leads the composite survey for a sixth week, despite falling from No. 1 in France, Holland and Norway. It's up 2-1 in Austria, No. 1 for a fourth week in Germany and also holds sway in Belgium and Switzerland.

The competing versions of the pop novelty "Dragostea Din Tei" both enjoy continuing Eurochart prominence. The version by Romanian act Haiducci, on Universo, holds at No. 6 overall, with top 5 placings in France, Italy and Austria; its United Kingdom release is scheduled for May 17. However, O-Zone's version, "on Time," overtakes it 9-5 on the Eurochart after jumping 3-1 in France and 10-6 in Spain.