Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy regains control of Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart with "Rockferry" (A&M/Universal). It replaces Madonna's "Hard Candy" at No. 1 but the pop mainstay does extend her run atop Eurochart Hot 100 Singles with "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake to seven weeks.

"Rockferry" had three weeks at the European summit in April before spending all of May at No. 2 behind Madonna. Duffy's album now rises 3-1 in Sweden, 3-2 in the United Kingdom, 4-3 in France and Finland, 7-4 in Norway, 5-4 in Denmark and 7-5 in the Belgian region of Wallony. The single "Mercy," which topped the Eurochart for a week in April, is No. 2 for a seventh week (all of them just behind the Madonna single) and its successor "Warwick Avenue" climbs 23-11 on the Eurochart and 7-3 in the United Kingdom on total sales there of just under 72,000.

"Hard Candy" does its best business of the European week in Greece, where it's No. 1 for a third week. It rises 3-2 in Italy and Switzerland and 6-5 in Norway.

The highest debut on Top 100 Albums is Usher's "Here I Stand" (LaFace/Sony BMG), at No. 3. It's the R&B star's third studio set in a row to go in at No. 1 in the United Kingdom, although an opening tally of 56,000 falls well short of the 98,000 for 2004's "Confessions." The new album arrives at No. 2 in Ireland, No. 4 in Switzerland, No. 7 in France, No. 10 in Germany and rises 13-3 in Flanders.

Amy Winehouse dips 3-4 overall with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), despite climbs of 9-2 in Portugal, 7-2 in Greece and 10-8 in France. Neil Diamond also slips one place with "Home Before Dark" (Columbia/Sony BMG), despite rising 9-5 in Flanders.

Another veteran name returning to the pan-European top ten is Genesis, whose CD and DVD package "Live Over Europe"/"When In Rome" (EMI) comes in at No. 6. That's after a No. 1 debut in Germany for the memento of the band's reunion 2007 tour. Amy Macdonald's first album "This Is The Life" (Vertigo/Universal) improves again, 8-7 on Top 100 Albums as it rises 2-1 in Switzerland and 11-5 in Wallony.

German duo Ich + Ich is down one place on the pan-European album listing with "Vom Selben Stern" (Polydor/Universal), which holds at No. 2 in Germany, behind Genesis, and No. 5 in Austria.

One of the bestselling titles of the European year to date, Leona Lewis' debut album "Spirit" (Syco Music/Sony BMG), is up 11-9 after two weeks outside the pan-European top ten. Completing the Europe-wide album top ten is Portishead's "Third" (Universal Island), which falls 6-10 in its fifth week. It's certified gold in the United Kingdom for shipments of 100,000 units, but falls 32-46 there, and 2-8 in Greece.

The Madonna single is No. 2 in no fewer than six European markets, holding at that position in France, Spain, Italy and Denmark, rising 5-2 in Finland and falling 1-2 in Flanders.

The top new title on the Eurochart is "Love Is You" (Sony BMG) by Thomas Godoj, new at No. 4 after a sweep of No. 1 debuts in the G/S/A territories, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The Polish-German pop-rock singer won the fifth season of talent series "Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar" May 17.