For the second time, A&M/Universal's Duffy completes the pan-European "double," holding at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums with "Rockferry" and climbing back 2-1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "Mercy." The Welsh-born breakthrough artist previously held the top spots simultaneously for a week in mid-April.

"Rockferry" is in a second consecutive and fifth aggregate week at the European helm. Although it falls 1-2 in Sweden, the debut set climbs 5-4 in the Belgian region of Wallony and 14-8 in Poland, holding at No. 2 in the United Kingdom. The album leads Madonna's "Hard Candy" (Warner Bros.), which stays at No. 2 overall, logging another week at No. 1 in Greece and climbing 4-2 in Portugal and 4-3 in Hungary.

The top arrival on the Europe-wide album listing is Alanis Morissette's "Flavors of Entanglement" (Warner Bros.), at No. 3. That's fuelled by a No. 1 start in Switzerland and debuts of No. 3 in Austria, No. 6 in France and No. 8 in Germany and Italy, plus a 17-5 climb in Wallony. The album's U.K. debut is at No. 15, on sales of 9,000, according to the Official U.K. Albums Chart. That compares to an opening 17,000 for 2005's "Jagged Little Pill - Acoustic," which hit Top 100 Albums at No. 10, and 24,000 for "So-Called Chaos," which debuted at No. 1 overall in 2004.

Amy Winehouse, who's at No. 4 again on Top 100 Albums with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), enjoys a 2-1 climb with the album in Portugal, and moves 6-3 in Holland. Parlophone/EMI's trawl of Radiohead's back catalog for the new "Best Of" set makes a No. 5 dent in the European survey, after debuts of No. 1 in Ireland, No. 4 in the United Kingdom (on sales of 29,000), No. 6 in Portugal and No. 9 in Italy. It's up 12-3 in Wallony and 4-1 in neighboring Flanders.

Another longtime British favorite, Paul Weller, extends his solo chart career to 17 years (and his entire chart span, including his previous bands, the Jam and the Style Council, to 31 years) with "22 Dreams" (Universal Island). It's new at No. 6 on Top 100 Albums after becoming his third solo No. 1 in the United Kingdom with sales of 58,000, according to OCC data.

Usher's "Here I Stand" (LaFace/Sony BMG), which was last week's highest pan-European arrival at No. 3, drops to No. 7. That's after falls of 1-5 in the United Kingdom, 2-5 in Ireland and 3-5 in Flanders.

Sido's "Ich und Meine Maske" (Universal) hits the pan-European chart at No. 8, after debuting at No. 1 in Germany and No. 2 in both Austria and Switzerland. The rapper from Berlin, born Paul W├╝rdig, started at No. 4 in Germany with his last album "Ich" in 2006 and at No. 3 with "Maske" in 2004.

Neil Diamond's "Home Before Dark" (Columbia/Sony BMG) falls 5-9 Europe-wide, despite holding at No. 3 in the United Kingdom, where Diamond has two other titles, both compilations, in the top 15. Finally in the pan-European album top ten, Mark Medlock comes in at No. 10 with "Cloud Dancer" (Sony BMG), following a No. 2 start in Germany, where the single "Summer Love" holds at No. 2. Medlock was the winner of the fourth series of Germany's "Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar" last year.

Duffy's "Mercy" topped the Eurochart for a week in April before spending seven weeks at No. 2, but moves back into the lead with a 5-2 climb in France. Madonna's "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake thus dips to No. 2 after seven weeks as the Eurochart leader, while "Love In This Club" by Usher featuring Young Jeezy is up 8-3, debuting at No. 9 in France.