Mika achieves a sixth consecutive week at No. 1 on Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart, while Timbaland's "The Way I Are" (Interscope) featuring DOE and Keri Hilson withstands the challenge of James Blunt's "1973" (Atlantic) to lead Eurochart Hot 100 Singles for a third week.

Mika's six-week run at the top of the French chart is ended as Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals gets a No. 1 debut with its new studio set "Lifeline" (Virgin), repeating that feat in Switzerland where "Motion" falls to No. 4. But Mika is still No. 1 in the Belgian regions of Flanders and Wallony and rises 5-3 in the United Kingdom.

Amy Winehouse moves 3-2 on Top 100 Albums, and in the United Kingdom, with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), which is No. 1 in Greece. "Black" improves its U.K. sales for the seventh straight week, and total sales there in its 44-week chart life are 1,226,000.

Elvis Presley's "The King" (RCA/Sony BMG) edges down 2-3, falling 1-4 in Germany and 2-4 in the United Kingdom, although the compilation is still No. 1 in Austria and No. 3 in Switzerland. RCA's latest U.K. single reissue by Presley, "Hound Dog," arrives at No. 14 there.

Rihanna's "Good Girl Gone Bad" (SRP/Def Jam) and "Timbaland Presents Shock Value" are non-movers on the pan-European sales chart at No. 4 and No. 5 respectively. Rihanna rises 4-3 in Ireland, 12-6 in the United Kingdom and 10-8 in Germany, while Timbaland climbs 21-5 in Denmark, 13-10 in Germany and is No. 1 in Ireland for a second week.

Harper's album makes a No. 6 debut overall, fuelled by those bestselling entries in France and Switzerland as well as in Italy, plus a No. 5 start in Portugal. Harper's last two albums, 2006's "Both Sides Of The Gun" and the 2004 collaboration with the Blind Boys of Alabama, "There Will Be A Light," both opened on Top 100 Albums at No. 7.

Amigos arrives at No. 7 on the pan-European tally with "Der Helle Wahnsinn" (MCP), after debuts at No. 1 in Germany and No. 3 in Austria. The group is comprised of brothers Bernd and Karl-Heinz Ulrich.

Another German success impacting on the top 10 of the composite European chart is "Another Intensity" (Four) by Gentleman, in at No. 9 after starting at No. 2 in Germany and Switzerland and No. 5 in Austria. The fourth studio album by the German reggae artist, it follows a No. 8 debut on Top 100 Albums for its predecessor "Confidence" (Sony Music) in September 2004.

English newcomer Newton Faulkner holds at No. 9 with his debut set "Hand Built By Robots" (Ugly Truth/Sony BMG). It's the U.K.'s No. 1 for a second week, with total sales to last weekend of 133,000. Linkin Park's "Minutes To Midnight" (Machine Shop/Warner Bros.) falls 7-10 on Top 100 Albums, which also shows a 26-20 rise for Snow Patrol's long-running "Eyes Open" (Fiction/Polydor). The single "Chasing Cars" marks a year, non-consecutively, on the U.K. chart.

Timbaland's single remains No. 1 in Denmark and Norway and, despite a 1-3 fall in Ireland, debuts at No. 4 in Finland. It also climbs 4-2 in Wallony and 5-4 in Austria. Blunt's "1973" breathes on Timbaland's shoulder with a mighty 86-2 climb on the Eurochart, debuting at No. 2 in Germany and Austria and No. 10 in the United Kingdom. It's No. 1 in Switzerland for a second week.

Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls" (Beluga Heights/Epic) is up 8-3 on the Eurochart after rising 2-1 in the United Kingdom on total sales of 88,000. It's also up 8-1 in Ireland, 3-2 in Denmark and 27-3 in Switzerland.