There's no change at the helm of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums survey, as Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) starts a fifth consecutive week at No. 1, and seventh overall. But there's a new leader on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, where Avril Lavigne claims the crown as "Girlfriend" (Arista/RCA) jumps 10-1.

Furtado's set holds on to runner-up spot in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, and enjoys climbs of 7-3 in Holland, 6-5 in Norway and 10-7 in Italy. Current single "Say It Right" slips 4-5 on the Eurochart, despite a 2-1 climb in Switzerland. Its predecessor "All Good Things (Come To An End)" falls 11-13.

Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Island) holds at No. 2 on the composite chart, adding two new No. 1 rankings as it moves 4-1 in Norway and 3-1 in France. Single "Grace Kelly" falls back 2-4 on the Eurochart but improves 2-1 in Norway, 4-2 in Switzerland, 4-3 in Austria and the Belgian region of Wallony and 8-4 in Holland. The next release from the album, "Love Today," climbs 48-38 on download sales in the United Kingdom.

Jennifer Lopez maintains last week's No. 3 debut position with "Como Ama Una Mujer" (Epic). The label claims it as the first Spanish language set to reach the pan-European top three, as it holds at No. 1 in Switzerland and enters at No. 3 in Greece. Lopez is due to release a new English-language album later in the year.

Newcastle, England rock band Maximo Park posts a No. 4 debut on Top 100 Albums with its sophomore set "Our Earthly Pleasures" (Warp). That follows a No. 2 start on the U.K. chart on sales of 39,000, a substantial improvement on its May, 2005 debut "A Certain Trigger," which opened and peaked at No. 15 on first-week sales of 10,000.

Maximo Park misses out on top spot in the United Kingdom thanks to Kings of Leon's third album "Because of the Times" (Hand Me Down/Sony BMG). It debuts at No. 7 on Top 100 Albums, after becoming the American rock quartet's first No. 1 U.K. album. It achieves U.K. sales of 70,000, its best opening tally there. The album also hits No. 2 in Ireland. Opening single "On Call" falls 18-37 in Britain.

New at No. 11 on Top 100 Albums is "Limbo Messiah" (Warner) by Berlin-based punk band Beatsteaks, following debuts at No. 3 in Germany and No. 4 in Austria. Some of the group's upcoming German shows will be supported by London rapper Jamie T. German vocalist Andrea Berg's "Die Neue Best Of" compilation for Ariola starts at No. 13 on the aggregate album list, after arriving at No. 1 in Austria and No. 4 in Germany. A year ago, Berg's "Splitternackt" came in at No. 1 in both countries for a No. 10 debut overall.

Lavigne's single hits the Eurochart summit after enhancing its status with a number of prominent debuts around the region, including No. 1 in Italy, No. 3 in Germany and No. 5 in Austria. Additionally it climbs 6-1 in Ireland and holds at No. 2 in the United Kingdom ahead of next Monday's release of her third album "The Best Damn Thing."