Laura Pausini "Las Cosas que Vives"
About "Las Cosas que Vives"
The discography of Laura Pausini, an Italian pop singer, consists of thirteen studio albums, two compilation albums, respectively released for the Hispanic and Anglophone markets only, two international greatest hits album, three live albums and five video albums, including the live DVD Amiche per l'Abruzzo, released as part of the all-female Italian ensemble of the same name.
Pausini's first single, "La solitudine", was released by CGD Records in February 1993, and peaked at number one on the Italian Musica e dischi Singles Chart.
The song was included in Pausini's eponymous debut album, released in Italy on 23 April 1993. The album peaked at number 6 on the Italian Albums Chart, and was later released in many other European countries, peaking at number three on the Dutch Albums Chart and selling three million copies worldwide.Pausini's second album, Laura, was released in 1994 and sold more than four million copies worldwide. In November of the same year, a compilation including ten Spanish-language versions of songs originally featured on her previous albums was released in Spain and Latin America.
The album was certified diamond by the Association of Phonographic and Videographic of Spain, later renamed as PROMUSICAE, and became the best-selling album of 1994 in Spain.Starting from 1996's Le cose che vivi—Las cosas que vives in Spanish—all of her studio albums have been released both in Italian and Spanish, except From the Inside, Pausini's English debut album, which was first released in the United States by Atlantic Records, in late 2002. From the Inside was later released in Europe and South America too, but it wasn't as successful as her previous albums, selling 800,000 copies worldwide.
Pausini's studio albums also include La mia risposta (1998, released as Mi respuesta in Spanish), Tra te e il mare (2000, released as Entre tú y mil mares in Spanish), Resta in ascolto (2005), which won a Grammy Award for its Spanish-language counterpart Escucha , the cover album Io canto (2006, Yo canto for the Hispanic market), Primavera in anticipo (2008, Primavera anticipada in Spanish), Inedito (released in 2011 with its Spanish version, Inédito), and Simili (2015, Similares in Spanish).
Her first worldwide released greatest hits album was released in 2001. Titled The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te in its Italian-language version and Lo mejor de Laura Pausini: Volveré junto a ti in its Spanish edition, the album became one of Pausini's biggest commercial successes, selling 700,000 copies in Italy and 800,000 copies in France. A second international compilation album, 20 - The Greatest Hits was released in 2013, celebrating the 20th anniversary of her debut.
In 2016, Pausini also produced her first Christmas album, released both as Laura Xmas and as Laura Navidad.
During her career, Pausini recorded duets with several Italian and international artists, including Ray Charles, Michael Bublé, Juanes, Tiziano Ferro, Andrea Bocelli, Hélène Ségara, James Blunt, Kylie Minogue, Gloria Estefan, and Luciano Pavarotti.
Top songs by Laura Pausini
- La Solitudine
- Amori Infiniti
- Las Cosas Que Vives
- Me Siento Tan Bien
- Entre Tu Y Mil Mares
- Ascolta Il Tuo Cuore
- Escucha A Tu Corazón
- I Need Love
- Apaixonados Como Nós
- Amores Extraños (spanish Version)
- 16|05|74 (spanish)
- La Historia De Los Dos (soledad)?
- I Do To Be
- Carta (spanish Version)
- Baci Che Si Rubano
- Somos Hoy
- From The Inside
- Anni Miei
- Anna Dimmi Sì
- Che Storia è
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