There are new titles atop both of Billboard's pan-European sales charts, as Italian singer Carla Bruni's "No Promises" (Naive) starts at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums and Christina Aguilera's "Hurt" (RCA/Sony BMG) moves 3-1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles.

Bruni's album is not in the Italian top ten, but debuts at No. 1 in Germany and No. 5 in Spain and climbs 10-2 in the Belgian region of Wallony. Her 2003 album "Quelqu'Un M'a Dit" topped the chart in France and reached No. 14 in an epic 30-week stay on Top 100 Albums. Turin-born Bruni, 38, was a supermodel until 1998, when she left the fashion industry to become a recording artist.

Pink's "I'm Not Dead" (LaFace/Zomba), now 42 weeks into its European chart stay, is up once again, 9-5 after a 10-5 rise in Germany. It is the album's highest ranking on the pan-European survey since it fell to No. 5 last May after three weeks at No. 1.

Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" (Universal Island), down 7-8 on Top 100 Albums, spends a second week atop the U.K. chart, as sales of roughly 48,000 take its 12-week total there to 409,000 units. Universal labels lock down the entire top five U.K. albums, with James Morrison (Polydor) at No. 2 followed by the Fratellis (Fallout/Island), Snow Patrol (Fiction/Polydor) and Razorlight (Mercury), respectively.

Scottish rock trio the Fratellis is up 19-11 on Top 100 Albums with its debut set "Costello Music" (Universal Island). That's thanks to a 5-3 climb in the United Kingdom on weekly sales of 18,000 copies. After 19 weeks on the chart, the album has cumulative U.K. sales of 612,000.

Beirut, Lebanon-born singer-songwriter Mika glides 16-7 on the Eurochart with "Grace Kelly" (Universal Island) after ascending 3-1 in the United Kingdom. It adds another 30,000 to its initial download total of 20,000 and is only the second song in U.K. chart history to hit the top there on download sales alone, after Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" last March. A CD single of "Grace Kelly" is finally released by Island next Monday (Jan. 29). Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" album follows Feb. 5.

Aguilera's "Hurt" makes a 7-5 move in Wallony and dips 2-3 in Switzerland. It reached No. 3 on the Eurochart in November but finally rises to No. 1 in its 11th week.

Making a 12-5 gain on the Eurochart is French rapper Kamini's "Marly-Gomont" (RCA), the best showing in its nine-week run. The track is up 5-4 in Wallony.

Just Jack, the recording name of north London rapper-singer Jack Allsopp, is up 19-10 on the Eurochart with "Starz In Their Eyes" (Mercury) after weekly sales of 29,000 gave it a 4-2 climb in the U.K. Just Jack's "Overtones" album is released by Mercury next Monday.