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111 Centoundici

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111 Centoundici (2003)  Nessuno รจ solo (2006)
Release date  7 November 2003
Artist  Tiziano Ferro
Label  EMI Music Italy
111 Centoundici httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaen991111
Released  November 7, 2003 (Italy) November 10, 2003 (Spain, Latin America)
Genres  Pop music, Rhythm and blues
Similar  Tiziano Ferro albums, Pop music albums

111 Centoundici is Tiziano Ferro's second studio album, released in late 2003.

The album was a tremendous success in Italy, topping the Italian Album Chart and selling over 250,000 copies, surpassing the success of previous album, Rosso Relativo, in the country. The Spanish version of the album, 111 Ciento once, was also released the same year and helped the album sell over one million copies around the world, further cementing Ferro as a well-recognized international pop and R&B artist.

The album sold well due to the popularity of the first single "Xverso", but when single "Sere nere" was released the album increased in sales much faster, thanks to the song reaching #1 in the airplay charts of Italy and Mexico.

Songs

1Centoundici4:20
2Xverso3:51
3Sere nere4:25

References

111 Centoundici Wikipedia


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