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Laura Pausini was born on 16 May 1974 in Solarolo (Ravenna).

1993
Takes part in the Sanremo Festival – New Artists category with the song “La Solitudine” and wins first prize.

Releases the album “Laura Pausini” (Warner Music). The album stays in the Italian Top Ten for a whole year, and tops the charts in Benelux before the end of 1993, followed by ... Read more in Amazon's Laura Pausini Store

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  • Audio CD (November 22, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B005YCZLT4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,209 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Limited two CD edition includes both the Spanish and the Italian language editions of the album. 2011 release, the 11th album from the Italian superstar. Guests include singer/songwriters Gianna Nannin and Ivano Fossati plus her younger sister Sylvia. Features the single 'Benvenuto'.

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I have the deluxe version and I love it.
Richard D. Cappetto
The first single of this album is "Benvenuto/Bienvenido" - What an amazing song to inspire you even if, like me, you're depressed.
Jose Melendez Ruiz
This is a great CD; I love Laura Pausini's voice and music and that hasn't changed.
John K. Gayley

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jose Melendez Ruiz on December 24, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I have been a Laura Pausini fan since I was about 7 years old when I first heard "Strani Amori/Amores Extraños".

I even learned to speak Italian as a third language, when I was 12, thanks to her music.

I'm not going into extensive details but I feel the Great Laura from the times of "Le Cose che vivi/Las Cosas que Vives" is back.

This album is way better than the last ones she made, especially "Primavera Anticipada/Primavera in anticipo".

Not only the music is great but the songs' lyrics are amazing.

The first single of this album is "Benvenuto/Bienvenido" - What an amazing song to inspire you even if, like me, you're depressed.

The second single is "Non ho smesso mai/Jamás abandoné" - I thought, at first, It was just a ballad but this is one of those songs where you can really appreciate her wonderful voice.

The third single will be "Bastava/Bastaba" - This is a song about two people who loved each other but they ended up hating each other. Lyrics are very good on this one and has a good rhythm. I have the feeling this song will be the biggest hit from this album

Other songs I liked the most were:

"Troppo Tempo/Hace Tiempo": This is a duet with a great Italian singer (Ivano Fossati) who wrote the lyrics and made the music too. One of the best songs from this album here, for me.

"Celeste/Así Celeste": This song has an amazing rhythym and lyrics structure. It has a very powerful meaning in its chorus' It talks about Light blue skies and happiness. It seems she dedicated this song to the child she still doesn't have (Avrai gli occhi di tuo padre/Tendrás los ojos de tu padre/You will have your father's eyes). It's just beautiful.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Richard D. Cappetto VINE VOICE on November 15, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Laura Pausini's new CD Inedito comes in three versions An Italian, Spanish and a Deluxe that has both. I have the deluxe version and I love it. Both Italian and Spanish are beautiful languages and Laura has a wonderful voice. She has a voice that one falls in love with right away. Inedito has a great selection of songs, and some of the best are Inedito, Benvenuto/Bienvenido, and Bastava/Bastaba All the songs are very good. I highly recommend this CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By clutchxp on April 10, 2013
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I have been a Laura Pausini fan since the early 2000s and I have quite a number of her albums. So when I heard this album was being released, I wanted to add it to my collection. I recently got the chance to purchase this item and I am glad that I did. All of the songs sound great and Laura sounds great, too. I definitely recommend this CD to any Laura Pausini fan. I am also looking forward to purchasing more of Laura's albums in the future.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Irishgal on January 2, 2012
Format: Audio CD
"A tutto questo che verrà..."
"To all this that will come..."

There has been a lot of hype surrounding Laura Pausini's eleventh studio album, "Inedito". It's been three years since her last new record, and for the last two of those years, she had stepped back from the spotlight. Would she continue with the pop sound of "Primavera in Anticipo" or return to the rock vibe present on "Resta in Ascolto"? Or would she go in a new direction entirely?

The answer to all of these questions is yes. "Inedito" ("Brand New") is a little bit of everything, featuring the pop songs ('Nessuno Sa') that made "Primavera in Anticipo" stand out while maintaining some of the rock vibe of "Resta in Ascolto" ('Come Vivi Senza Me', 'Mi Tengo') and even harkening back to the balladic sounds of "Tra Te E Il Mare" ('Celeste', 'Nel Primo Sguardo'). And, while I initially wasn't sure what to think of it, I now find myself appreciating it more and more.

The record has definite hits on it. The ones that I have come to think of as the Big Four are:

'Benvenuto' ('Welcome'), a pop tune that is nearly identical in structure to 'Mille Braccia' (from her previous studio album) but manages to convey a seriousness that the other one didn't quite have.

'Non Ho Mai Smesso' ('I Never Stopped') is a strong ballad I suspect is about Pausini's break from music. Though I'm not a huge fan of its intro (on flute), it has a climax that is unforgettable.

'Bastava' ('It was Enough') is about a bad breakup and will most likely end up being a huge hit for the singer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GaryMahon on December 9, 2012
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Incredible album, Italian, Spanish, English... you always deliver with your VOICE AND HEART! When are you coming out with another album?
Thanks for singing Laura
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John K. Gayley on September 3, 2012
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This is a great CD; I love Laura Pausini's voice and music and that hasn't changed. However,I would like to see her progress a little more in future....this album (while wonderful) does sound very much --too much--like her last several.

Also, Amazon marketplace purchasers will want to check their product carefully. I too received the spanish version instead of the Italian one. In the end, Laura is Laura, and the beauty of her singing really transcends whatever romance language she happens to be using on the CD. So I decided to avoid the hassle and stick with the Spanish version. However, for those of you for whom this matters more...caveat emptor. "Italian version" may be what it says, but that doesn't mean that's what you get.
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