Coldplay's "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" (Parlophone/EMI) starts a sixth week atop European Top 100 Albums, while Kid Rock moves into a third week at No. 1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "All Summer Long" (Topdog/Atlantic/Warner Music).

The Coldplay album moves back to No. 1 in the United Kingdom, France and the Belgian region of Wallony, as U.K. sales to last weekend climb to 768,000.

"Viva" falls 1-2 in Germany, Switzerland and Finland and 1-4 in Greece, but is still No. 1 in Holland and Ireland. It's not the U.K.'s bestselling album of the week, which appears instead on the separate compilations chart. "Now That's What I Call Music! 70" (EMI/Virgin/UMTV) sells 383,000 in its first week, 243 units ahead of "Now 69" in March. Official U.K. Charts Company figures put total U.K sales for the entire "Now" series, over 25 years, at more than 75 million.

Duffy's "Rockferry" (A&M/Universal) spends a sixth week at No. 2 on the composite chart, posting climbs of 4-3 in Holland, 11-4 in Spain, 10-7 in France and holding at No. 1 in Sweden. Amy Winehouse moves back 5-3 overall with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), now in its 85th week on the pan-Eurochart chart. Its best move is a 16-10 jump in Greece. Madonna is at No. 4 on Top 100 Albums for a sixth week running with "Hard Candy" (Warner Bros.). She too has a good week in Greece, climbing 4-2.

The Polydor/Universal soundtrack to "Mamma Mia" is one of two Abba-related titles in the Europe-wide top ten, climbing 22-5. It falls 1-2 on the U.K. compilation chart but climbs 4-1 in Finland, 2-1 in Denmark and Greece, races 31-1 in Hungary, 27-3 in Switzerland and 35-5 in Germany, holds at No.1 in Norway and debuts at No.1 in Austria. Meanwhile Abba's 16-year-old "Gold - Greatest Hits," also on Polydor, is up 17-7 on Top 100 Albums after moving 5-2 in the United Kingdom.

In between them on the aggregate chart, Amy Macdonald is back up 7-6 with "This Is The Life" (Mercury/Universal). It's up 2-1 in Switzerland and at No. 2 in Holland (as is the title track single) and Flanders. Carla Bruni's "Comme Si De Rien N'Etait" (Teorema/Naive) falls from its No. 3 entry position on Top 100 Albums to No. 8. It's down 1-2 in France but rests at No. 3 in Wallony.

Classical crossover vocalist Paul Potts is back up 13-9 overall with "One Chance" (Syco Music/Sony BMG). The debut set topped the U.K. chart last August, but is now up 3-1 in Germany as a single version of "Nessun Dorma" climbs 4-3 there. Basshunter's "Now You're Gone - The Album" (Hard2Beat) falls 6-10 in its second week on the pan-European chart, dropping 1-3 in the United Kingdom but holding at No. 2 in Ireland.

The Kid Rock single is No. 1 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Ireland, and rises 3-2 on the U.K. chart, on which "Dance Wiv Me" (Dirtee Stank) by rapper Dizzee Rascal featuring Calvin Harris and Chrome, leads the way for a fourth week.