There's no dethroning Madonna on Billboard's pan-European sales charts. Her reign continues as the Warner Bros. album "Hard Candy" enters a fourth week atop European Top 100 Albums and "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake snags a sixth week at No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles.

Consumers are still sweet on "Candy" in Denmark and Greece, where the album continues at No. 1. The set climbs 10-8 in Spain and holds at No. 2 in the Belgian region of Wallony and No. 4 in Germany. However, "Candy" falls 1-3 in Switzerland and is descending other European top tens.

The first four titles on Top 100 Albums all hold firm, with Duffy's "Rockferry" (A&M/Universal) at No. 2 for a fourth week. As its latest single "Warwick Avenue" climbs into the U.K. top ten, 13-7, the album moves 4-3 there, with total sales to last weekend of 656,000, according to the Official U.K. Charts Company. "Rockferry" is up 5-4 in Switzerland and Flanders, 8-5 in Denmark and 7-5 in Ireland. Previous single "Mercy" is at No. 2 on the Eurochart for a sixth week.

"Back To Black" (Universal Island) is at No. 3 again overall for Amy Winehouse, helped by a 7-5 climb in Switzerland, while Neil Diamond's "Home Before Dark" (Columbia/Sony BMG) holds its No. 4 debut position of last week. It falls 1-2 in the United Kingdom, where the singer-songwriter now has concurrent top ten titles, after UCJ/Universal's "The Best of Neil Diamond," compiled from his pre-Sony years on MCA, is re-promoted and re-charts at No. 8.

The highest new entry on the pan-European album chart is "We Started Nothing" (Columbia/Sony BMG), by British electro-pop duo the Ting Tings. It's new at No. 1 in their home market on sales of 47,000, according to the OCC, fuelled by last week's chart-topping start on the U.K. singles chart for "That's Not My Name," which this week cedes top spot to Rihanna's "Take A Bow" (SRP/Def Jam/Universal). That track is up 7-3 on the Eurochart, also climbing 5-1 in Ireland.

Portishead's "Third" (Universal Island) slips 5-6 on Top 100 Albums, dipping 4-5 in Flanders and 20-32 in the United Kingdom, but the album is up 3-2 in Greece. The second new title on the Europe-wide top ten is "Radio Pandora" (Capitol/EMI) by long-running German rock band Bap, which arrives at No. 7 after a No. 1 start in Germany.

Amy Macdonald's "This Is the Life" (Vertigo/Universal) reverses last week's move by climbing 9-8. It's a good week for the Scottish singer-songwriter in Switzerland, as she climbs 4-2 with the album and 3-1 with the title track single. The album also holds at No. 2 in Denmark and Switzerland. Macdonald's show in Belfast last night was postponed due to illness but she's due to play the Isle of Wight Festival, off England's south coast, June 14.

Two more German acts complete the pan-European album top ten. Ich + Ich is up 10-9 overall with "Vom Selben Stern" (Polydor/Universal), climbing 3-2 behind Bap in the duo's home territory and holding at No. 5 in Austria. Scooter's "Jumping All Over The World" (All Around The World/UMTV) is down 7-10, falling 3-4 in both the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Singles-wise, "4 Minutes" is still No. 1 in Switzerland and Flanders, but loses the top spot in Holland, Wallony, Ireland and Finland. It's up 3-2 in Italy. The biggest mover in the Eurochart top 20 is Sara Bareilles' former Billboard Hot 100 No. 4 "Love Song" (Sony BMG), which is up 45-15 after a 23-16 climb in the United Kingdom.