It's "as you were" on Billboard's pan-European charts this week, as Amy Winehouse secures a second consecutive and ninth aggregate week at the helm of European Top 100 Albums with "Back To Black" (Universal Island) while "Apologize" (Mosley/ Blackground/Interscope) by Timbaland presents One Republic resumes its supremacy on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles -- its 15th week as a chart-topper.

Winehouse's regular edition of "Black" loses pole position in Germany, Spain and Ireland but is still No. 1 in Holland, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria and the Belgian region of Flanders, and climbs 3-2 in Italy and 5-4 in Wallony. A two-CD deluxe version of the release, which includes b-sides and newer tracks, is flourishing in the United Kingdom, climbing 3-1. It's the first time in U.K. chart history that an album has topped the survey in two different editions. The two-disc version, which is up 11-8 on Top 100 Albums, had 424,000 U.K. sales up to last weekend, when the original passed the two million sales threshold, according to chart compiler the Official U.K. Charts Co.

In an unchanged pan-European top three, Michael Jackson's "Thriller: 25th Anniversary Edition" (Legacy/Epic) holds at No. 2, as it moves 2-1 in Norway and stays at No. 1 in Wallony. Leona Lewis is at No. 3 again overall with "Spirit" (Syco Music/Sony BMG), climbing 2-1 in Greece and 23-15 in the United Kingdom.

Lenny Kravitz reverses last week's 4-5 move on Top 100 Albums with "It Is Time For A Love Revolution" (Virgin), which improves 6-4 in Flanders, 5-4 in Italy and 9-7 in Germany. It holds at No. 2 in Switzerland and No. 4 in Flanders while the single "I'll Be Waiting" moves into the German top ten, 11-10. Kravitz has rescheduled a European visit for live and promotion work which he recently had to postpone while suffering from bronchitis; dates include Brussels on Monday (10) and a London show at Koko next Thursday (13), with a full European tour to follow throughout June.

British electronic pop-rock duo Goldfrapp makes a career-best No. 5 start on the European tally with its fourth album "Seventh Tree" (Mute). That's one place higher than its predecessor "Supernature" managed in September 2005 and is fuelled by a No. 2 debut in the United Kingdom, the same as that made by the previous album, which sold an opening 52,000 compared to the new set's 46,000.

Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Universal Island) is up 7-6 in its 56th European chart week, thanks to a 5-3 move in the United Kingdom. Jack Johnson's "Sleep Across The Static" (Brushfire/Universal Island) falls 4-7 on the composite survey, despite a 6-5 move in Austria and continuing top five rankings in Greece and Switzerland.

German electronic act Schiller debuts at No.9 on Top 100 Albums with "Sehnsucht" (Universal), following a No. 1 debut in its home market. The act, based around musician Christopher von Deylen, tours Germany in May.

Another special edition release, the tour version of Michael Bublé's "Call Me Irresponsible" (Reprise), is back up 25-10 on the pan-European list, after a 14-4 climb in the United Kingdom prompted chiefly by Mother's Day sales.

Timbaland's indestructible single is back at the top of the Eurochart after climbing 2-1 in Italy (where it replaces Elvis Presley's RCA reissue "Baby Let's Play House") and 5-4 in Germany. The track is No. 2 again in Switzerland and No. 8 in France, and is in its 22nd chart week in the United Kingdom, falling 18-22 as "Scream," another track from "Timbaland Presents Shock Value," featuring Keri Hilson and Nicole Scherzinger, climbs 20-16.