Amy Winehouse repels the Radiohead incursion on Billboard's European Top 100 Albums, retaining the No. 1 spot for a third week with "Back to Black" (Universal Island) and restricting the physical edition of "In Rainbows" (XL Recordings) to a No. 2 debut.

Winehouse's album enjoys New Year rises in Germany (4-1), Holland (8-2), France (4-2), Austria (7-3), the Belgian region of Flanders (6-4) and Ireland (6-5), and holds at No. 1 in Switzerland. "Black" now has total global shipments of close to six million, according to Universal.

"In Rainbows" scores two No. 1 debuts, in the United Kingdom and Ireland, plus a No. 2 start in Finland and No. 8 in Germany. It's Radiohead's fifth U.K. No. 1 album, on sales of 44,000, less than half the first-week sale of any of the preceding four there. The modest figure is a reflection of the album's availability as a "pay what you like" download between October and December, but also of the traditional new year sales downturn: on the corresponding U.K. chart last year, Take That's "Beautiful World" (Polydor) was No. 1 with sales of 29,000.

Timbaland's "Shock Value" (Interscope) is back up 15-3 in its 36th week on Top 100 Albums, equalling its best position, when it hit the top three for a week last August. "Value" now races 12-1 in Austria, 10-5 in Germany and 19-10 in the United Kingdom. Universal figures have the album approaching 1.5 million shipments in Europe, from a global total now in excess of three million. Meanwhile, "Apologize" (Mosley/Blackground/Interscope) by Timbaland presents One Republic starts its eighth week atop Eurochart Top 100 Singles, with sales of close to 400,000, says the label.

Another of Universal's most durable titles, Mika's "Life in Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Island), rises again on the pan-European chart, 13-4 in its 48th week. That's after climbing 3-2 in Flanders and 5-4 in neighboring Wallony, 9-4 in the United Kingdom and 10-9 in France. Mika has three singles in the U.K. top 40, with "Relax Take it Easy" up 49-20.

Alicia Keys' "As I Am" (J/Sony BMG) is up 6-5 on Top 100 Albums after a 9-7 rise in France. Led Zeppelin's "Mothership" (Rhino/Atlantic) dips 3-6 overall, but Rihanna returns to the top 10 with "Good Girl Gone Bad" (SRP/Def Jam). In its 31st appearance on the aggregate tally, it's up 14-7, its highest position since last September, after climbing 13-7 in Germany and 20-15 in the United Kingdom. Her single "Don't Stop the Music" holds at No. 3 on the Eurochart behind Keys' "No One."

Three descending titles complete the Europe-wide album top ten: Eros Ramazotti's "E2" (Ariola), down 7-8, James Blunt's "All the Lost Souls" (Custard/Atlantic), 5-9, and Andrea Bocelli's "Vivere" (Sugar/Universal), which dips sharply 2-10.

Timbaland, Keys and Rihanna's singles lead a static Eurochart in which the top seven titles are unchanged. The new tracks in the top 20 are "Ein Stern (Der Deinen Namen Tragt)" (Polydor) by DJ Otzi and Nik P, up 25-15 as it climbs the top five in Germany and Austria, and Nickelback's "Rockstar" (Roadrunner), up 32-20 as it hits the U.K. top 10, 15-8, in its 12th chart week there.