The Beatles continue to spread "Love" (Apple) throughout Europe, as Sir George and Giles Martin's "re-imagining" of the Fab Four oeuvre starts a third week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums. On Monday (Dec. 11), the album reached Platinum Europe certification for one million shipments throughout the region.

"Love" now adds a No. 1 entry in Greece to its list of achievements, while climbing back 3-2 in Germany and holding at No. 2 in Sweden and No. 5 in Portugal. It's down 5-6 in the United Kingdom, where sales over its three weeks on release to last Saturday night total 360,000, according to charts compiler the Official U.K. Charts Company.

Il Divo's "Siempre" (RCA), which debuted at No. 4 on Top 100 Albums last week, is up to No. 2, despite making that move in reverse in the United Kingdom. It ascends 2-1 in Spain, holds at No. 1 in Switzerland and vaults 6-2 in the Belgian region of Flanders, 4-3 in Ireland and 18-4 in Sweden.

Rammstein's "Volkerball" (Universal) is up 6-5 overall, after holding at No. 1 in Germany and No. 3 in Austria, while Westlife's "The Love Album" (S/Sony BMG) moves back from No. 9 to No. 6, where it debuted two weeks ago. Third-week sales in the United Kingdom total 123,000, where the album climbs 4-3, as it does in Germany. The set holds at No. 1 in Ireland and climbs 7-3 in Sweden.

Pink's hardy seller "I'm Not Dead" (LaFace/Zomba) is back for another tour of top ten duty with a 13-8 improvement in its 36th chart week. That's after an 11-6 climb in Germany. The highest new entry on Top 100 Albums, meanwhile, is "Ich" by Sido (Aggro Berlin), after a No. 4 start in Germany. Sido is the 26-year-old rapper from Berlin, Paul Wuerdig, who enjoyed great success in Germany with his debut album "Maske" two years ago.

Returning to European Top 100 Albums is Canadian-born French superstar Mylène Farmer. Her new live album and DVD package "Avant Que L'Ombre... a Bercy" (Polydor) hits the composite chart at No. 14 and arrives at No. 1 in France. "Slipping Away (Crier La Vie)," her collaborative single with Moby, drops 9-10 in France and 3-4 in Wallony.

Take That's "Patience" (Polydor) is into its third week at No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, mirroring its reign on the British charts. The parent album "Beautiful World" is also No. 1 in the United Kingdom for a second week, slipping 3-4 on the aggregate chart. "Patience" has sold 138,000 CD singles and downloads in the U.K. in three weeks; it also holds at No. 2 in Austria, No. 3 in Italy and No. 5 in Ireland.

"Shame" (Starwatch) by Monrose is the top new entry on the Eurochart at No. 5, after achieving a sweep of No. 1 debuts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The three-girl R&B group was "formed" last month during the fifth series of the German TV talent series "Popstars."