Bruce Springsteen's "Magic" (Columbia) moves into a third week at the summit of European Top 100 Albums, while Illinois pop-rock band Plain White T's is celebrating its slow ascent to the top of Eurochart Hot 100 Singles. Its "Hey There Delilah" (Hollywood) climbs 2-1 in its 13th chart week.

"Magic" has two remaining European No. 1 berths, from its entry tally of seven two weeks ago, in Spain and Ireland. It falls 1-3 in Italy and Norway, and also dips 1-2 in Sweden, reversing its climb of last week. Currently on the North American leg of his tour with the E Street Band, Springsteen reaches Europe Nov. 25 in Madrid, the first of 13 dates across the region.

James Blunt's "All The Lost Souls" (Custard/Atlantic) rebounds 3-2 on Top 100 Albums, swapping places with Katie Melua's "Pictures" (Dramatico). Blunt's set is still No. 1 in France, Greece and the Belgian region of Wallony, and No. 2 in Switzerland. But its initial run in the U.K. top ten ends after four weeks with an 8-11 dip. Melua, meanwhile, is No. 1 for a third week in Holland and a second in Switzerland and climbs 4-3 in Wallony.

Amy Winehouse improves 5-4 on the composite chart with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), the same move it makes in the United Kingdom, a week ahead of its first anniversary on the chart. "Black" also climbs 6-5 in Ireland and 10-7 in France.

The highest new entry of the pan-European week is "R.E.M. Live" (Warner Bros.) at No. 5. The CD-DVD set makes its best showing in Ireland, beginning at No. 3. It's in at No. 4 in Italy, No. 8 in Germany and No. 12 in the United Kingdom, the latter on sales of 14,000.

Eric Clapton's "Complete Clapton" (Polydor) moves up two spots to No. 6 overall, dipping 2-3 in the United Kingdom but climbing 7-5 in Norway. The two-disc set accompanies "Eric Clapton: The Autobiography," published earlier this month by Century.

Durable Welsh rock trio Stereophonics arrives at No. 7 on the aggregate chart with "Pull The Pin" (V2), after becoming the band's fifth in a row to enter the U.K. chart at No. 1. Out-of-the-box sales there are 49,000, although these pale by comparison with opening sales of the other four. 2005's "Language. Sex. Violence. Other" began with 106,000, and the group's best-ever first-week tally was 139,000 for 2001's "Just Enough Education To Perform."

Foo Fighters' "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace" (Roswell/RCA) spends a fourth week in the pan-European top ten, falling 7-8, while Finnish rock act Nightwish falls 4-9 with "Dark Passion Play" (Spinefarm). Closing out the top ten is a staple album of the European sales year, Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Universal Island), which after falling 8-13 two weeks ago, moves 11-10. It's up 7-6 in France.

Plain White T's single has had a measured run to the top of the Eurochart, which it entered in early August. After first reaching the top ten in early September, its history is 9-5-5-5-8-5-2-1, and its final push to the top is powered by a 3-1 climb in Germany.

Sugababes' "Change" moves 6-3 on the Eurochart, on which the highest new entry, at No. 7, is "Elle" (Up) by Melissa M. The ballad is from her album "Avec Tout Mon Amour," released in France Oct. 1. Finally, Britney Spears races 77-10 on the Eurochart with "Gimme More" (Jive) after a No. 3 debut in the United Kingdom on downloads of 17,000.