"Back To Black" (Universal Island) gives Amy Winehouse a 13th aggregate and sixth consecutive week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums. Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" (Syco Music/Sony BMG) starts its fourth week atop Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, and second consecutively.

Winehouse retains leadership of the German, Austrian and Dutch charts and moves 2-1 in Switzerland. "Black" is also up 3-2 in Italy, 5-4 in France and Denmark, and holds at No. 2 in Portugal and Greece, No. 3 in Spain and No. 4 in Ireland.

Its new challenger for No. 1 overall is Duffy's "Rockferry" (A&M/Universal), which is up to No. 2 after two weeks at No. 5. The album is in a fourth week at No. 1 in the United Kingdom, where weekly sales of 45,000 produce a running total just shy of 410,000. "Rockferry" rises 7-2 in Switzerland and 6-4 in the Belgian region of Flanders, holding at No. 2 in Ireland and Holland and No. 3 in Denmark.

Duffy's single "Mercy" is at No. 2 behind Lewis on the Eurochart, enjoying debuts at No. 2 in Greece and No. 5 in Germany, and rises of 4-1 in Switzerland, 2-1 in Holland, 5-2 in Norway, 3-2 in Denmark and 9-4 in Italy. The track is down 1-4 in Ireland. Duffy plays a Teenage Cancer Trust benefit show at the Royal Albert Hall next Thursday, sharing the bill with Paul Weller, and starts another U.K. tour May 25.

Lewis' debut album "Spirit" is up 4-3 on Top 100 Albums, the same move it makes in Greece while holding at No. 4 in the United Kingdom and No. 7 in Germany. From it, "Bleeding Love" holds at No. 2 in Germany and No. 4 in Holland.

The highest new entry on the composite chart, at No. 4, is Panic At The Disco's "Pretty Odd" (Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen), after a No. 2 start in the United Kingdom on sales of 28,000, and a No. 5 debut in Austria.

Muse is down 2-5 on the pan-European survey with the live album "HAARP" (Helium 3/Warner Bros.), which rises 8-2 in Norway but falls sharply 2-10 in the United Kingdom, as well as 3-9 in France and 5-7 in Italy. Also falling on the collective chart are Bryan Adams' "11" (Polydor/Universal), 3-6; Michael Jackson's "Thriller: 25th Anniversary Edition" (Legacy/Epic), 6-7; and One Republic's "Dreaming Out Loud" (Interscope/Universal), 7-8.

In its 60th week on Top 100 albums, Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Island) rises 14-9, after climbing 9-5 in France and 4-2 in Flanders. "Fly Alone" (Columbia), the latest collection from the hit German talent series "Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar," opens at No. 10 overall after a No. 2 debut in Germany.

Just outside the top ten of the composite chart, Oxford, England band Foals debuts at No. 11 with the debut album "Antidotes" (Transgressive) after a No. 3 start in the United Kingdom. Initial sales there are 25,000. Transgressive label manager Toby L. says that the company is "100% independent, but we work with Warner Music from time to time on an act-by-act basis, when we need the bigger marketing push." Foals is signed to Sub Pop for the U.S., where the album is out next Tuesday.

Victor Aroldoss, senior marketing manager, Warner Music International, is encouraged by the Foals' strong start in other European markets. He cites a No. 80 debut in France ("we've taken them there for promo many times, got two major TVs and they're touring there next week") and a No. 1 ranking on the student chart in Germany with the track "Balloons." The album came out last week in all major European markets except Spain, which releases "Antidotes" April 15.