As Norah Jones racks up a fourth week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums with "Not Too Late" (Blue Note/Parlophone), English rock band Kaiser Chiefs scores its first No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "Ruby" (B-Unique/Polydor), which rises 8-1 on the pan-European survey.

Jones' album is the sales leader again in Sweden, Holland and the Belgian region of Flanders, although it cedes top spot in Germany, Switzerland and Wallony. "Not Too Late" climbs 3-2 in Hungary and holds at No. 2 in Austria and Greece.

As Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) remains in runner-up spot on the composite chart, Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" (Universal Island) improves 5-3, after returning to pole position in the United Kingdom on weekly sales of 47,000. The album moves 5-2 in Finland and 4-3 in Holland, and Winehouse continues her chart double in Norway, where both "Black" and the single "Rehab" are No. 1 again. That track, which has now been on the U.K. chart for 19 weeks, climbs 22-18, having previously reached No. 7 there last November.

Longtime German metal act Boehse Onkelz returns to Top 100 Albums at No. 7 thanks to sales of the new DVD "Vaya Con Tioz" (SPV) in Germany, where DVDs are eligible for the main album chart. The group's last European chart showing was with the CD/DVD combo release "La Ultima/Live in Berlin," which debuted at No. 1 in Germany and No. 10 on the aggregate list in June 2005.

Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" (Jive), which led Top 100 Albums in its first two weeks on release last September, bounces back 12-8 in its 24th chart week. That's after a 32-17 rebound in the United Kingdom, where the single "What Goes Around Comes Around" climbs again 14-11, and a 13-9 improvement in Germany. Timberlake, whose North American tour continues tonight (Thursday) in New Orleans, begins a European itinerary April 24 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

U.S. rock band the Fray arrives at No. 11 on Top 100 Albums with "How To Save A Life" (Epic), after hitting No. 4 in the United Kingdom on sales of 29,000. The album made the bottom rungs of the published top 75 there two weeks ago at No. 72 on initial import and download sales, but makes the big jump after its physical release. It's also new at No. 4 in Ireland. The title track single climbs back 7-5 in its sixth week on the U.K. chart, and debuts at No. 5 in Sweden.

Kaiser Chiefs' ascent to the Eurochart summit is fuelled by a 2-1 rise for "Ruby" in the United Kingdom on sales of 38,000. That is some 6,000 ahead of Mika's "Grace Kelly" (Casablanca/ Universal Island), which relinquishes top spot there after five weeks. "Ruby" also rises 7-5 in Ireland. Kaiser Chiefs' second album "Yours Truly, Angry Mob" was released in Europe on Monday.

Tennis star-turned recording artist Yannick Noah is up 4-3 on the Eurochart with "Aux Arbres Citoyens" (Saint George), which stays at No. 1 in France after debuting there last week.