As Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" (Universal Island) lands an 11th aggregate week atop European Top 100 Albums, another Universal-signed female artist, A&M's Duffy, moves 2-1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "Mercy."

Winehouse continues to command high rankings in many European markets, with "Black" still No. 1 in Germany, Holland and Austria and up 4-1 in Greece. Its latest hit, in some territories, is the title track, which debuts at No. 7 in Germany and holds at No. 3 in Austria.

Michael Jackson's "Thriller: 25th Anniversary Edition" (Legacy/Epic) spends a fourth straight week at No. 2, enjoying a 4-2 rise in Sweden.

British vocalist Leona Lewis is up 4-3 with her first album "Spirit" (Syco Music/Sony BMG), after it rebounded 16-4 in the United Kingdom. Sales there are being buoyed by a double-sided single for the Sport Relief charity, "Better In Time"/"Footprints In The Sand," which debuts at No. 2 locally and No. 8 on the Eurochart. U.K. sales of "Spirit" this week passed 1.7 million.

The big climber on the pan-European album chart, up 49-4, is One Republic's "Dreaming Out Loud" (Interscope). The band from Colorado have another hit from it with "Stop and Stare," which holds at No. 4 in the United Kingdom and rises 8-5 in Ireland. That's good for a 16-14 climb on the Eurochart, where their former long-running No. 1 with Timbaland, "Apologize," is down 3-5. The album sells 23,000 in its first week in the United Kingdom for a No. 2 debut, behind Duffy's "Rockferry."

The Welsh singer's first album now has two-week U.K. sales of 281,000, and rises 6-5 on Top 100 Albums. It's also No. 1 for a second week in Ireland. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' "Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!" (Mute) is down 3-6 in its second week on the composite survey, as Lenny Kravitz falls 5-7 with "It Is Time For A Love Revolution" (Virgin).

There's a new entry at No. 8 on Top 100 Albums, where Stefanie Heinzmann arrives with "Masterplan" (Ssdsdsswem/Universal). The Swiss soul singer won the German talent series known by the acronym "SSDSDSSWEMUGABRTLAD," hosted by entertainer Stefan Raab as part of his "TB Total" show. That generated the hit single "My Man Is A Mean Man" in the G/S/A territories, and the album, released March 7, now arrives at No. 1 in Switzerland, No. 3 in Germany and No. 5 in Austria.

London-born singer-songwriter Adele is back up 15-9 on the Europe-wide album chart with her "19" debut (XL Recordings), which debuted at No. 6 last month. Now platinum in the United Kingdom for 300,000 shipments, the album holds at No. 4 in Holland and the single "Chasing Pavements" tops the Norwegian chart for a second week.

Nickelback close out the pan-European album top ten, dipping 9-10 with "All The Right Reasons" (Roadrunner), which is No. 3 for a second week in the United Kingdom.

Duffy's "Mercy" single is breaking out across Europe. In addition to a fifth week as the U.K.'s No. 1 with total sales of 256,000, it's new at No. 2 in Spain, holds at No. 2 in Denmark, climbs 3-2 in Ireland and 8-4 in Norway, and dips 3-4 in Holland.