Nelly Furtado rebounds to the top of both of Billboard's pan-European sales charts, to lead them simultaneously for the first time.

"Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) moves 2-1 on European Top 100 Albums, which it led for a week, a fortnight ago, while "All Good Things (Come To An End)" belies its title by returning to the helm of Eurochart Hot 100 Singles 2-1, after topping that list for one chart frame three weeks ago.

"Loose" is in its 33rd week on the European charts, and now has total European shipments of 1.5 million, according to Universal Music Group International. Its top markets are the United Kingdom and Germany, which account for approximately two-third of that figure between them.

"Loose" is likely to sustain its good form as Furtado launches into an extensive tour of the region, beginning at the MEN Arena, Manchester, Feb. 16. The itinerary also takes in eight other European countries, ending in Stockholm March 17.

Meanwhile, the album spends a fourth week at No. 1 at Germany (where "All Good Things" is also No. 1), holds at No. 3 in Switzerland and posts climbs of 10-5 in Holland, 9-8 in Portugal and 21-20 in the United Kingdom. Additionally, the single tops the chart in Austria, Switzerland and Denmark, climbs 6-2 in the Belgian region of Flanders and holds at No. 3 in Norway.

The Good The Bad & The Queen, the new band featuring Gorillaz and Blur frontman Damon Albarn and former Clash member Paul Simonon among others, achieves a No. 3 debut on the composite chart with its self-titled debut album on the independent Honest Jons label. It's new at No. 2 in the United Kingdom, on sales of 40,000 units, at No. 5 in Ireland and No. 10 in Italy and France.

Dundee, Scotland-based rock quartet the View makes a winning start on the U.K. album chart with its first set "Hats Off To The Buskers" (1965), opening at No. 1 on sales of 103,000 copies, according to charts compiler the Official U.K. Charts Company, for a No. 6 debut on Top 100 Albums. It's also in at No. 3 in Ireland. The album includes the single "Same Jeans," which reached No. 3 in the United Kingdom last week.

Stefan Gwildis enters Top 100 Albums at No. 13 with "Heut Is Der Tag" (Sony BMG). The 48-year-old pop-rock musician from Hamburg debuts at No. 2 in Germany. The album includes German-language versions of a number of well-known songs, including "Tanzen Ûbern Kiez" ("Dancing In The Street") and "Ich Bin Da" ("Lean On Me").

France's hot album of the week is an eponymous new release by veteran vocalist Michel Delpech (AZ). Forty-three years after Delpech made his recording debut for Vogue, it opens at No. 1 there and climbs 73-17 on Top 100 Albums.

In an otherwise fairly static Eurochart top 10, teenage R&B-pop singer JoJo's "Too Little Too Late" (Mercury/Universal) progresses into the top ten 13-10, after climbing 6-3 in Ireland and holding at No. 4 in the United Kingdom.