Bon Jovi's "Lost Highway" (Universal Island) embarks on a fourth week on top of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums survey, as Rihanna's "Umbrella" (Def Jam) featuring Jay-Z begins its sixth week at No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles.

The Bon Jovi album continues to perform robustly in Switzerland, where it leads for a fourth week, and Germany, where it's No. 2 again. "Highway" also posts climbs of 5-2 in Denmark and 5-4 in Greece, and holds at No. 3 in Finland, but loses its crown in Austria, to local favorite "Volle Kanne Sehnsucht" (Koch) by Nockalm Quintett.

Nelly Furtado's inexhaustible "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) is back into runner-up spot on the pan-European album survey. It rises 8-2 overall after posting climbs of 6-5 in Holland, 13-6 in France and 20-7 in the United Kingdom. The new upswing is helped by Furtado's appearance July 1 at the concert for Princess Diana at London's Wembley Stadium, which was broadcast to a reported 500 million homes in 140 countries.

Universal puts worldwide sales of "Loose" at 5.5 million, and Furtado's global album career sales at 12 million. "Loose" is gold, platinum or multi-platinum in 24 countries worldwide. In Germany, the artist has sold in excess of one million digital products, a figure that encompasses not just full track downloads but realtones, ringback tones and videos. Universal Music Group International executive VP, A&R and marketing Max Hole observes that the album "just won't stop selling, whether in physical or digital form."

The top new entry on the composite album chart, at No. 3, is the Chemical Brothers' "We Are The Night" (Virgin). In the United Kingdom, it's the fifth No. 1 album for the dance veterans over a ten-year period, starting with 1997's "Dig Your Own Hole," after which came "Surrender" (1999), "Come With Us" (2002) and 2005's "Push The Button."

Opening U.K. sales of "We Are The Night," at 36,000, are significantly below those of 58,000 for "Button," which in turn compared to 49,000 for "Come With Us." The new album also debuts at No. 4 in Ireland and No. 6 in Italy, while opening single "Do It Again" is at No. 4 in Spain and No. 13 in the United Kingdom, after two weeks at No. 12.

Mark Medlock, the victor in the fourth series of Germany's "Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar" TV talent show, moves back 11-8 on Top 100 Albums with "Mr.Lonely" (Columbia), after debuting two weeks ago at No. 9. The new single "You Can Get It," a duet with Dieter Bohlen, debuts at No. 1 in Germany, No. 3 in Switzerland and No. 4 in Austria, fuelling a No. 5 start on the Eurochart.

Velvet Revolver is new at No. 12 overall with its sophomore set "Libertad" (RCA), after starting at No. 4 in Finland and No. 6 in the United Kingdom, the latter with sales of 25,000. The U.S. rock act started at No. 8 on Top 100 Albums with its 2004 debut set "Contraband."

Meanwhile, reunited antipodean band Crowded House hits the aggregate list at No.14 with "Time On Earth" (Parlophone), after first-week U.K. sales of 27,000 yielded a No. 3 debut, higher than any of its previous studio albums.

The Rihanna single is the longest-running No. 1 on the Eurochart since "Hips Don't Lie" (Epic) by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean had 15 weeks at the top, 13 of them consecutively, last summer. "Umbrella" is in its eighth week at No. 1 in the United Kingdom and still leads in Denmark, Ireland, Switzerland and the Belgian region of Flanders.