As Amy Winehouse retains the leadership of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums survey with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), Leona Lewis moves back to No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "Bleeding Love" (Syco Music/Sony BMG).

"Black" has now had ten weeks at the top of the pan-European chart, the last three consecutively. Winehouse's move back to the summit is marked by a 2-1 climb in Germany, as the album stays at No. 1 in Holland and Austria, No. 2 in Italy, and climbs 5-4 in Greece, but dips 1-2 in Portugal and the Belgian region of Flanders. The title track is now a hit in Austria, moving 8-3.

After debuting at No. 1 on Top 100 Albums last month, Michael Jackson's "Thriller: 25th Anniversary Edition" (Legacy/Epic) is at No. 2 overall for a third week. The augmented reissue is up 6-1 in Greece and moves back 5-4 in Spain and 9-7 in the United Kingdom, but recedes in other European markets.

Australian mainstay Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds arrives at No. 3 overall with "Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!" (Mute). The album opens at No. 4 in the United Kingdom on sales of 22,000, giving the EMI-owned label two titles in the U.K. top five (Goldfrapp's "Seventh Tree" dips 2-5 there, and 5-11 on Top 100 Albums). Cave is also new at No. 2 in Norway, No. 3 in Austria, No. 4 in Denmark, No. 5 in Ireland, No. 6 in Germany and No. 9 in Portugal, and moves 2-1 in Flanders.

Lewis, with her debut set "Spirit," and Lenny Kravitz with "It Is Time For A Love Revolution" (Virgin), each move down a place on the composite album chart, to No. 4 and No. 5 respectively. But there's a significant new entry at No. 6, as Welsh singer Duffy arrives with her first album "Rockferry" (A&M/Universal). That's thanks to a No. 1 U.K. debut on sales of 183,000, easily the best single-week tally in that market this year. The album also starts at the top in Ireland, as the singer's bestselling U.K. run with the single "Mercy" extends to four weeks.

Jack Johnson holds at No. 7 on Top 100 Albums with "Sleep Across The Static" (Brushfire/Universal Island), which is up 3-2 in Greece.

Winehouse's deluxe, two-CD edition of "Black" is also static, at No. 8 overall. However, Nickelback's 2005 album "All The Right Reasons" (Roadrunner), is on the rise again, 20-9. It's up 6-3 in the United Kingdom as the single from it that revived the set, "Rockstar," holds at No. 3 in its 21st chart week. The track is steady at No. 5 in Ireland.

German electronic act Schiller falls back a place after last week's No. 9 debut with "Sehnsucht" (Universal), as the album dips to No. 2, behind Winehouse, in Germany.

"Bleeding Love" had a week atop the Eurochart two weeks ago, and although it's down 1-4 in Holland, the track is able to regain its lead over "Apologize" (Mosley/ Blackground/Interscope) by Timbaland presents One Republic. "Apologize" falls to No. 3, after 15 aggregate weeks at No. 1, as "Love" continues at No. 1 in Switzerland and Flanders, No. 2 in Germany and Austria, and climbs 4-3 in Norway and 5-4 in Italy.

The big climber on the Eurochart is Kelly Rowland's "Work" (Columbia), which rebounds 30-7 thanks to a No. 4 debut in France. The song reached No. 4 in the United Kingdom last month.