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Inedito (Deluxe)

Laura Pausini2017年9月1日 32 首歌
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Inedito (English: "unpublished") is the title of Italian singer, Laura Pausini’s eleventh studio album, issued by Atlantic Records in November 2011. This is Pausini's comeback album, after two years of silence.The name of the album was confirmed on the dawn of 10 September 2011.The album was previewed with the release of the single "Benvenuto", which debuted at number one on the Italian Singles Chart.

The Spanish-language version of the album, titled Inédito, was realesed on 11 November 2011 as a digital download in Spain, and on 15 November 2011 as a Compact Disc both in Spain and in Latin America.

Beginning in December 2011, Pausini will embark the Inedito World Tour to promote the album, first in Italy, then coming to Latin America.

Laura Pausini, omri (born 16 May 1974) is a Grammy Award-winning Italian soul singer-songwriter. She debuted in 1993, winning the newcomer artists' section of the 43rd Sanremo Music Festival with the song "La solitudine", which became an Italian standard and an international hit, reaching the top spot on the Italian Singles Chart and the top 10 in France and the Netherlands.

Her eponymous debut album was released in Italy on 18 May 1993 and later became an international success, selling two million copies worldwide. Her second studio album, Laura, was released in 1994 and confirmed her success, selling 3,000,000 copies worldwide and spawning the hit singles "Strani amori" and "Gente". In November 1994 she released her first Spanish language album, titled Laura Pausini and composed of ten songs included in her previous works. The album was certified Diamond by the Association of Phonographic and Videographic of Spain, making her the first non-Spanish artist to sell more than 1,000,000 copies in Spain.

During her career, she won three Latin Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Album, with her records Escucha (2005), Yo canto (2007) and Primavera anticipada (2009).On 8 February 2006 she also became the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award, receiving the prize for Best Latin Pop Album with Escucha. As of November 2011, she had released 10 Italian-language studio albums, 9 Spanish-language albums and a greatest hits album. In 2004, Allmusic's Jason Birchmeier considered Pausini's sales "an impressive feat for someone who'd never really broken into the lucrative English–language market".