Michael Bublé snags a second week atop Billboard's European Top 100 Albums chart with "Call Me Irresponsible" (Reprise).

Bublé's album spends a second week at the top of the Italian and Dutch charts, and climbs 3-2 in Austria. The single "Everything" holds at No. 5 in Italy, while further afield the album makes a No. 1 debut in Australia.

"Irresponsible" leads the pan-European pack ahead of Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Mosley/ Geffen), at No. 2 again, and Mika's "Life In Cartoon Motion" (Casablanca/Universal Island), which moves back 4-3. The Lebanese artist's debut set moves up 7-5 in Sweden, 6-5 in Switzerland and 11-10 in Portugal, and holds at No. 2 in France and the Belgian region of Wallony. His first single "Grace Kelly" is No. 1 again in Norway and Wallony.

The highest new entry on the Europe-wide album chart is Björk's sixth full-length studio release "Volta" (Wellhart/One Little Indian). It's in at No. 4, although that's down on its predecessor "Medulla," which opened at No. 1 on Top 100 Albums in September 2004. "Volta" begins at No. 1 in Norway and Denmark, No. 3 in France and Switzerland, No. 5 in Austria, No. 7 in the United Kingdom (on sales of 20,000) and No. 9 in Germany and Portugal.

Scottish melodic rock quartet Travis returns to the pan-European scene as "The Boy With No Name" (Independiente) opens on Top 100 Albums at No. 7. The band's first studio album for four years and fifth overall bows at No. 4 in the United Kingdom, selling 36,000 out of the box. It also arrives at No. 2 in Norway and No. 8 in Germany. Lead single "Closer" reached No. 10 on the U.K. chart two weeks ago.

Another long-running British rock act, Manic Street Preachers, hits the composite European chart at No. 9 with its eighth studio album "Send Away The Tigers" (Columbia). That's after a No. 2 debut in the United Kingdom with opening sales of 38,000, only some 700 units behind Arctic Monkeys' "Favourite Worst Nightmare" (Domino), which leads there for a third week, slipping 5-6 on the aggregate survey. The Manics' album is also new at No. 4 in Ireland, while the lead single "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" slips 2-8 on the U.K. chart. The album's opening performance betters that of the band's 2004 set "Lifeblood," which debuted and peaked at No. 13 on initial sales of 23,000.

Also new to the Top 100 Albums countdown, at No. 10, is "Bunter Hund" (Capitol) by Reinhard Mey, which hits No. 1 in Germany to extend the veteran singer-songwriter's run of chart albums there to 39 years. Dolores O'Riordan, who's made the solo album "Are You Listening?" (Sanctuary) during a hiatus for the Irish band she fronts, the Cranberries, sees it debut at No. 11 overall. It's new at No. 2 in Ireland, as is the single "Ordinary Day," and the album also makes a No. 28 showing in the United Kingdom.

The big climber on the Eurochart is Linkin Park's "What I've Done" (Machine Shop/Warner Bros.), which soars 39-4 after climbing from No. 17 to a career-best No. 6 in the United Kingdom. The track is also new at No. 3 in Italy and No.4 in Germany. Akon's "Don't Matter" (Konvict/ Upfront/SRC/Universal) is up 11-3 on the Eurochart, mirroring its move on the U.K. chart. It also rises 13-3 in Ireland.