Celine Dion's "Taking Chances" (Columbia) starts a second week at No. 1 on the new European Top 100 Albums chart, as does "Apologize" (Mosley/Blackground/Interscope) by Timbaland presents One Republic on Eurochart Top 100 Singles.

Dion's set falls from its debut positions in several European markets, 2-5 in Denmark, 2-6 in France, 5-7 in Germany, 5-8 in Italy and 5-10 in the United Kingdom. But it climbs 5-3 in the Belgian region of Wallony, 12-9 in Portugal and holds at No. 2 in Switzerland and No. 3 in Austria. The title track single falls 12-16 on the Eurochart.

In an unchanged top four on Top 100 Albums, the Eagles' "Long Road Out Of Eden" (Polydor) is at No. 2 again, Alicia Keys' "As I Am" (J) at No. 3 and Led Zeppelin's "Mothership" (Atlantic) at No. 4. "Long Road" falls 1-3 in Norway, 3-5 in Holland and 4-5 in Germany, but holds at No. 6 in Germany.

Keys is No. 1 for a second week in Switzerland and holds at No. 7 in Portugal, but falls 2-3 in Holland, 3-7 in Italy and 5-10 in France. "As I Am" arrives at No. 14 in the United Kingdom on sales of 28,000. Her first album, 2001's "Songs In A Minor," remains her most successful there, with sales of just over a million.

Zeppelin's compilation moves up 2-1 in Norway in its deluxe CD/DVD edition. "Mothership" is also up 5-3 in Ireland and 13-9 in Italy, but falls 4-5 in the United Kingdom and 7-10 in Germany.

"Jazz Ist Anders" (Hot Action) by German punk veterans Die Ärzte is back up 8-5 on Top 100 Albums, reversing its move of last week. The album holds off another German mainstay, Herbert Grönemeyer, to keep top spot there, as Grönemeyer debuts at No. 2 with "12 Live," a two-DVD in-concert package that provides the sequel to the studio album "12," released last March. The live set hits the pan-European chart at No. 14.

British chart sensation Leona Lewis is up 9-6 on the European survey with her debut album "Spirit" (Syco Music/Sony BMG), which continues its reign in the United Kingdom and Ireland. "Spirit" followed its opening U.K. tally of 375,000 with a second-week scorecard of just under 197,000.

Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" (Universal Island) falls 6-7 in its 19th consecutive week in the pan-European top 10, while Eros Ramazotti is down 5-8 with "E2" (Ariola). "Black" is up 6-5 in Switzerland, while "E2" loses its crown in Ramazotti's native Italy, dropping 1-4. "E2" succeeded in Italy by another local favorite, Ligabue, who debuts at No. 1 with "Primo Tempo" (Warner Bros.). That's the first of two planned best-ofs by the Italian rock singer, with another due next year.

His countryman Andrea Bocelli breaks into the composite European top ten 11-9 with his own retrospective, "Vivere" (Sugar), which falls 1-2 in Hungary and 3-4 in Norway, but holds at No. 8 in the United Kingdom. Irish vocal group Westlife holds at No. 10 on Top 100 Albums with "Back Home" (S/Sony BMG), which moves back 3-2 in the United Kingdom.

Timbaland's single is No. 1 for a second week in Germany and climbs 3-1 in Austria and 3-2 in Ireland and Switzerland. It also stays at No. 2 in Denmark and Norway. Rihanna's "Don't Stop The Music" (SRP/Def Jam), its predecessor atop the Eurochart, holds at No. 2.

Also in the Eurochart top 10, north-of-England club crossover "Heartbroken" (All Around The World) by T2 featuring Jodie Aysha is up 44-9 after climbing 14-2 on the U.K. chart.

French star Jenifer debuts at No. 10 with "Tourner Ma Page" (Mercury) after a local debut at No. 3.