Metallica's "Death Magnetic" (Vertigo/Universal) starts a fifth week atop Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart, which features top ten debuts for Oasis and Bob Dylan. Katy Perry is No. 1 for a tenth week on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "I Kissed A Girl" (Virgin/EMI).

The Metallica album has two remaining No. 1 European berths, in Sweden and Greece, but loses top spot in Norway and Switzerland. It holds at No. 2 in Austria and No. 3 in Denmark. Its new challenger for the top is Oasis' "Dig Out Your Soul" (Big Brother), which arrives at No. 2 overall after two bestselling starts, in the United Kingdom and Italy. Opening U.K. sales of 200,000 maintain the band's impressive record of seven No. 1 debuts in their home market, a run stretching back to their arrival in 1994 with "Be Here Now." "Soul" is also new at No. 2 in Ireland and Switzerland, No. 4 in France and No. 8 in Germany, and makes an 18-5 climb in the Belgian region of Wallony.

The new pan-European album chart has Coldplay at No. 3 again with "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" (Parlophone/EMI), as it climbs 9-5 in Holland and 9-8 in Italy. Amy Macdonald makes a 7-4 surge overall with "This Is The Life" (Vertigo/Universal), thus achieving a new peak in its 43rd week on the tally. The debut set is up 6-4 in Germany and 8-6 in Greece, while the title track single holds at No. 1 in Austria and No. 3 in Germany, and climbs 5-3 in Sweden.

Kings of Leon's "Only By The Night" slips 2-5 in its third week on Top 100 Albums, despite holding off Oasis at the top in Ireland and improving 5-4 in Flanders. The big climber on the aggregate survey is the Jonas Brothers' "A Little Bit Longer" (Hollywood/Universal), up 60-6 after an even more powerful 84-3 leap in Spain. The album debuts at No. 2 in Italy and moves 6-3 in Greece, where its eponymous predecessor holds at No. 5.

German duo Rosenstolz slips two places from last week's No. 5 debut on the Europe-wide chart with "Die Suche Geht Weiter" (Universal Island), despite keeping its crown in Germany. The album is off 1-4 in Austria and 2-4 in Switzerland. Another German bestseller, "Wettsingen In Schwetzingen" (XN-Entertainment) by Sohne Mannheims and Xavier Naidoo, holds at No. 8 overall after a good third sales week, climbing 3-1 in Switzerland, 5-3 in Austria and resting at No. 2 in Germany.

Polydor/Universal's "Mamma Mia!" soundtrack is down 6-9 on the collective chart, on which Bob Dylan follows his No .6 debut on The Billboard 200 with a No. 10 pan-European debut for "Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8." The rarities collection becomes Dylan's 50th chart album in the United Kingdom at No. 9, on sales of 15,000, and opens at No. 4 in Norway and No. 5 in Denmark and Ireland.

Perry continues her Eurochart reign thanks in part to another week at No. 1 in Italy and a 2-1 move in Flanders. "Girl" holds at No. 2 in Germany, Sweden, Norway and Denmark and No. 3 in Austria. The mega-hit is also still top five in France, Switzerland and Wallony.