Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) retains top place on European Top 100 Albums, notching up its tenth aggregate week at No. 1. Meanwhile, Rihanna's "Umbrella" (Def Jam) featuring Jay-Z leads Eurochart Hot 100 Singles for an eighth consecutive week.

Furtado's album makes a 12-3 surge in Germany, also improving 6-5 in Greece and 11-10 in Portugal. It holds at No. 2 in Hungary, No. 5 in France and No. 6 in the United Kingdom. "Loose" is in its 58th chart week, and its strongest challenger is an album in its 24th, Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Universal Island).

"Motion" jumps back into 5-2 in Europe, after climbing 2-1 in France, 4-2 in the Belgian region of Flanders and 13-4 in the United. The album hit the composite European chart at No. 5 in February and had three weeks at No. 2 in April. The U.K. single "Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)" climbs 33-14 there, while the current European release "Relax Take It Easy" moves 2-1 in Wallony and spends a third week behind Rihanna at No. 2 on the Eurochart.

"The Traveling Wilburys Collection" (Rhino/Warner Bros.) remains a sturdy European seller, jumping back 7-3 on Top 100 Albums as it holds at No. 3 in the United Kingdom, its sixth consecutive week in the top three there. It's also up 5-4 in Sweden. But Britain's new bestselling album is by 36-year-old classical crossover vocalist Paul Potts, the winner of the recent ITV series "Britain's Got Talent." His self-titled debut for Syco Music/Sony BMG opens with sales of 128,000 there, and arrives on Top 100 Albums at No. 8.

Amy Winehouse makes new strides with "Back To Black" (Universal Island), which is back up 13-6 in its 32nd week on the composite survey. It jumps 15-4 in Holland, 11-6 in France and 14-8 in the United Kingdom. It's the U.K.'s bestselling album of 2007 to date, and is certified quadruple platinum for shipments of 1.2 million units there.

Timbaland's "Shock Value" (Interscope) is responding to the success of its current single "The Way I Are" featuring Keri Hilson. The album, which reached a pan-European No. 7 in May, is back up 22-10 overall after a 17-5 rise to a new peak in the United Kingdom. The single is up 4-3 there, holds at No. 1 in Denmark and climbs 6-4 in Ireland.

Rihanna, whose "Good Girl Gone Bad" improves 6-4 on Top 100 Albums, is breaking chart records with "Umbrella." The track tops the U.K. chart for the tenth week, making it the longest-running No. 1 there since Wet Wet Wet's "Love Is All Around" had 15 weeks at the summit in 1994. Total U.K. sales of "Umbrella" to last weekend are 354,000, but it sold a lowly 22,143 units to secure its tenth week on top, a whisker ahead of the 22,008 sold by Kate Nash's "Foundations" (Fiction/Polydor). "Foundations" is up 12-10 on the Eurochart.

Meanwhile, the Rihanna single loses the lead in Ireland and Austria, but is No. 1 for a second week in Norway.

"Love Is Gone" (Virgin) by French dance hitmaker David Guetta with Chris Willis is up 13-7 on the Eurochart. It's up 4-3 in France, where Guetta's "Pop Life" album holds at No. 4.