Bon Jovi fends off the challenge of the White Stripes to maintain leadership of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart, starting a second week at No. 1 with "Lost Highway" (Universal Island) as "Icky Thump" (Third Man/Warner Bros.) debuts at No. 2.

Rihanna's "Umbrella," featuring Jay-Z, still rules Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, for a fourth week.

The Bon Jovi album gets a second week atop the national sales charts in Austria and Switzerland and adds debuts at No. 2 in Spain, No. 3 in Finland and No. 4 in Sweden, plus a 12-10 climb in Italy. "Highway" loses top spot in Germany and Holland, but the single "(You Want To) Make A Memory" is up 4-3 in Austria.

The White Stripes' set starts at No. 1 in the United Kingdom. It returns them to the level of 2003's "Elephant," which also debuted at the peak there. The subsequent album, 2005's "Get Behind Me Satan," failed to get higher than No. 3. However, first-week sales of "Satan" were, at 70,000, some 4,000 more than those for the new set.

"Icky Thump" is also new at No. 4 in Germany and Norway, No. 5 in Austria, Switzerland and Ireland, No. 9 in France and Italy, and climbs 13-3 in the Belgian region of Flanders and 18-5 in Finland. The title track single peaked at No. 2 in the United Kingdom last week and now falls to No. 6.

The other debutant in the top ten of the composite European album list is "Mr.Lonely" (Columbia) by Mark Medlock, after debuts of No. 1 in Germany and No. 2 in Austria and Switzerland. The single from it, "Now or Never," reached No. 1 in all three G/S/A territories. Frankfurt-born singer Medlock won the fourth series of Germany's "Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar" TV talent series.

Amy Winehouse hops back into the pan-European top ten with her second album "Back To Black" (Universal Island), 13-10. That follows an 8-6 rise in the United Kingdom, where the set has now sold a million copies (three-times platinum). It's also No. 4 in Finland.

Enrique Iglesias leaps 53-11 on Top 100 Albums with "Insomniac" (Interscope) after a No. 3 start in the United Kingdom on sales of 27,000. The single "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" is also No. 3 there for a second week, and climbs 7-3 in Holland and 6-4 in Ireland, to fuel a 6-5 move on the Eurochart.

Rihanna's Eurochart reign continues thanks to a sixth week at the top of the U.K. singles chart, with total sales there to last weekend of 252,000, and No. 1 berths in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Denmark and Ireland, and a 4-1 climb in Flanders. "Umbrella" is also up 5-2 in Sweden and 4-2 in Holland.

French singer-actor Christophe Willem, who won last year's "Nouvelle Star" series there, climbs back 7-4 on the Eurochart with "Double Je" (Vogue). The single returns to No. 1 in France (2-1) and 4-3 in Wallony.