In an unchanged top two on European Top 100 Albums, Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) is No. 1 for a fifth non-consecutive week ahead of Simply Red's "Stay" (simplyred.com). Justin Timberlake's "What Goes Around Comes Around" (Jive) is the new No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 10 Singles, up from No. 6.

Furtado rises 11-6 with "Loose" in the United Kingdom, where after 41 weeks on the chart the album has amassed sales of 620,000, according to charts compiler the Official U.K. Charts Company. It holds at No. 1 in the Belgian region of Flanders and climbs 3-2 in Hungary, 4-3 in Austria and 5-4 in Ireland. Her single "Say It Right" stays at No. 3 on the Eurochart, after climbing 2-1 in Switzerland.

Joss Stone's third album "Introducing Joss Stone" (Relentless/Virgin) improves one place on last week's No. 4 debut on the pan-European chart, while the highest new entry on Top 100 Albums is Good Charlotte's "Good Morning Revival" (Epic) at No. 12. The album makes a No. 13 start in the United Kingdom on sales of 7,000, while its single "Keep Your Hands Off My Girl" falls 23-32 there.

The TV talent show spinoff "Power of Love" by Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar opens at No. 17 overall, after a No. 3 debut in Germany.

Enter Shikari, whose blend of hardcore trance and rock has won them much media coverage in the United Kingdom since the turn of the year, delivers a No. 4 debut there with its first album "Take To The Skies" (Ambush Reality) on sales of 28,000. That's good for a No. 19 start on the pan-European list.

The big climber on the Eurochart, posting a 63-7 improvement, is "Destination Calabria" (Data) by the Italian DJ Alex Gaudino featuring Crystal Waters. That's after an 18-5 climb in the United Kingdom, where it's the American R &B vocalist's highest-charting single since her best-known song "Gypsy Woman (La Da Dee)" hit No. 2 some 16 years ago.

The other addition to the Eurochart top 10 is Scottish duo the Proclaimers' update of its 1988 hit "(I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles" (EMI), featuring comics Peter Kay and Matt Lucas in their TV characters of Brian Potter and Andy Pipkin respectively. It's up 14-9 on the composite chart after rising 3-1 on impressive sales of 120,000, fuelled by its fundraising status for the BBC's Comic Relief appeal. The original version of the song, on Chrysalis, is also attracting new U.K. record buyers, rising 37-26.