Nelly Furtado's "Loose" (Geffen) ends the Beatles' seven-week reign over European Top 100 Albums with a 3-1 climb. It's the album's first time at the summit in its 31st chart week, although Furtado loses control of Eurochart Hot Singles, dropping 1-2 with "All Good Things (Come To An End)" as "Smack That" by Akon featuring Eminem (Konvict/Universal) returns to the top.

The pan-European No. 1 album is a career first for Furtado, whose debut set "Whoa, Nelly" reached No. 8 in 2001 while its follow-up "Folklore" hit No. 12 in 2004. "Loose" hits the top after starting a second week at No. 1 in Germany and climbing 5-3 in Austria, 19-10 in Italy and 31-22 in the United Kingdom. It's down 1-3 in Switzerland. "All Good Things" has four current No. 1 placings to its name, in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Holland.

The other movers on the composite album chart are also consistent sellers from Universal. Soul-flavored English singer-songwriter James Morrison is back up 10-4 with "Unidiscovered" (Polydor) after 24 weeks, after a 5-2 climb in the United Kingdom. Weekly sales of 20,000 units there take its total, since a No. 1 debut last August, to 889,000.

Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" (Island) moves 2-1 to top the Official U.K. Albums Chart for the first time, and 9-7 on Top 100 Albums. Weekly U.K. sales are 35,000, according to charts compiler the Official U.K. Charts Company, for a running total of 360,000. The album is also up 16-4 in Ireland. Current release "You Know I'm No Good" improves 40-18 on the Official U.K. Singles chart.

Yet another long-runner from Universal, "Das Grosse Leben" (Island) by German pop duo Rosenstolz, is up again, 33-15 in its 45th European chart week. That's after a 7-4 jump in Germany.

"Smack That" rises from No. 5 to top the Eurochart, having spent a week there in November. It owes its revival to a No. 4 debut in France and climbs of 4-1 in Norway, 6-4 in Switzerland, and 11-4 and 6-5 respectively in the Belgian regions of Wallony and Flanders. The track also maintains a top ten berth in the United Kingdom after 10 weeks, dipping 5-8.

German dance trio Cascada continues to flourish with two singles. "Everytime We Touch" (Andorfine), which spent three weeks at No. 5 on the Eurochart in November, is back up 13-9 after entering at No. 8 in Germany. The group's update of Savage Garden's 1998 hit "Truly, Madly, Deeply," licensed in the U.K. to independent dance label All Around The World, is No. 10 there and No. 4 in Ireland.

The fastest riser on the new Eurochart is "Tell Me" (Bad Boy/Atlantic) by P.Diddy featuring Christina Aguilera, up 35-13 following a No. 5 debut in Germany. New at No. 16 is "Grace Kelly" (Casablanca/Universal Island) by Lebanese-born, U.K.-based newcomer Mika. A much-touted discovery in the U.K., he opens at No. 3 there on downloads of 20,000, in a close-run top three in which Leona Lewis' "A Moment Like This" (Syco Music/Sony BMG) narrowly secures a fourth week at No. 1 and "Proper Education" (Data/Positiva) by Eric Prydz vs.Floyd holds at No. 2.

Mika is in the running for the No. 1 spot on the U.K.'s new chart, to be revealed Sunday (Jan. 21), according to midweek data. Mika will be pursued by another rising artist, London-born singer-rapper Just Jack's "Starz In Their Eyes" (Mercury), which opened at No. 4 in the U.K. and at No. 19 on the Eurochart.