Inedito

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Inedito
Studio album by Laura Pausini
Released 11 November 2011
Recorded July 2011
Genre Latin pop
Length 51:29
Language Italian, Spanish
Label Atlantic, Warner Music Group
Producer Paolo Carta,[1] Laura Pausini, Celso Valli, Corrado Rustici, Daniel Vuletic, Simone Bertolotti
Laura Pausini chronology
Laura Live World Tour 09
(2009)
Inedito
(2011)
20 - The Greatest Hits
(2013)
Singles from Inedito
  1. "Benvenuto"
    Released: 12 September 2011
  2. "Non ho mai smesso"
    Released: 11 November 2011
  3. "Bastava"
    Released: 20 January 2012
  4. "Mi tengo"
    Released: 23 March 2012
  5. "Le cose che non mi aspetto[2]"
    Released: 25 May 2012
  6. "Celeste"
    Released: 5 November 2012 (in selected countries)
  7. "Las cosas que no me espero"
    Released: 30 October 2012 (in selected countries)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]

Inedito (English: All New or Unpublished) is the eleventh studio album by Italian singer Laura Pausini, issued by Atlantic Records in November 2011.[4] This is Pausini's comeback album, after two years of silence.[5] The name of the album was confirmed on the dawn of 10 September 2011.[6][7] The album was previewed with the release of the single "Benvenuto", which debuted at number one on the Italian Singles Chart.[8] The second single from the album was "Non ho mai smesso", followed by "Bastava", released on 20 January 2012.[9]

The Spanish-language version of the album, titled Inédito, was released on 11 November 2011 as a digital download in Spain,[10] and on 15 November 2011 as a Compact Disc both in Spain and in Latin America.

In December 2011, Pausini embarked on the Inedito World Tour to promote the album, first in Italy, then coming to Latin America. In March 2012 Pausini returned to Italy, then she continued with a European leg until August 2012. A return to Latin America, North America and Australia was planned and the tour was originally going to end in December 2012 with a new set of concerts in Italy, but on 15 September 2012 Pausini announced her pregnancy and cancelled the remaining shows of the tour. The album has sold 1,000,000 copies worldwide.[11]

Background[edit]

After announcing in late 2009 that she would have been out of the spotlight for two years,[12] Pausini broke her silence in early January 2011, when her website reported that Pausini's eleventh studio album would be released in late 2011.[13]

Starting from 11 January 2011, Pausini's website was monthly renewed, adding information about her new studio album and the Inedito World Tour. On 10 September 2011, Pausini revealed the artwork and the tracklist of her album.[4][14] The following day, the first single from Inedito, "Benvenuto", was made available in streaming through Pausini's official website. The song was officially released on 12 September 2011.[15]

On 9 November 2011, via her official Facebook page, Pausini confirmed "Non ho mai smesso", released in Italy on 11 November, as the second single from the album.[16][17]

On March 2012, Pausini announced that the title song, "Inedito", would not be ever released as a single, since the co-singer of that song, Gianna Nannini, was currently on vacation and did not promote it. Thus, "Mi tengo" was released as the fourth single, on 23 March 2012.

On May 2012, Pausini announced that the fifth single from the album would be "Le cose che non-mi aspetto", which was released on 25 May 2012.

The last single from the album is going to be "Celeste" (in Italy) and "Las cosas que no me espero" (in Spain and Latin America, featuring Carlos Baute), both to be released on 5 November 2012.[18] Originally, "Troppo tempo" was going to be chosen as the last single (with its music video already been recorded), but when Pausini discovered she was pregnant she changed her mind and chose such song.

Writing, composition and recording[edit]

In October 2011, during a promotional tour in Mexico, Pausini explained that the title Inedito refers to the creative process of the album, described as very different from the one that led to her previous studio sets, because for the first time she conceived and wrote the whole album without any pressure, in the privacy of her home,[19] instead of working on it in airports and hotel rooms.[20]

Describing the musical style of the album, Pausini claimed that it will include songs with a wide range of influences:

"It's a complete album from the musical point of view, because there are a lot of differences between each song. It is influenced by rock, but it also features ballads and melodies with music by Italian and English orchestras."[21]

The album features guest appearances by Italian singer-songwriters Gianna Nannini, with whom Pausini duets in the title-track,[22] and Ivano Fossati, who performs a guitar solo in "Troppo tempo" / "Hace tiempo".[23][24]

The track "Tutto non-fa te" / "Lo que tú me das" is dedicated to Pausini's mother, while "Nel primo sguardo" / "A simple vista" was written by Pausini thinking about her younger sister, Silvia,[25] with whom she duets in the Italian version of the song.[22][24]

"Nel primo sguardo" is by far the only song ever released and recorded by Pausini in four different languages: Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and French. A 10 second snippet of an English version of the song was sung live by Pausini during a press conference. Also, after the album was released, during a radio broadcast, Pausini sang a snippet of an English version of "Celeste". Later it was confirmed that "Nel primo sguardo" was first written in English, under the name Beautiful, but Pausini did not find words for the chorus at first. Then, when her friend Carolina Leal translated the original version into Portuguese, Pausini knew the song would be good.

The track "Ti dico ciao" / "Te digo adiós" is dedicated to Pausini's late friend, Giuseppe. Indeed, she planted a tree in front of her house, alluding to the lyrics of the song.

The track "Celeste" / "Así Celeste" was written by Pausini after, on many occasions, the media constantly said she was pregnant, when indeed she was not. As declared by herself, the song's lyrics is exactly what she would say to her baby when she actually has one.

Promotion[edit]

On 11 November 2011, Pausini promoted her album appearing on the first episode of the new TV show by Italian presenter Piero Chiambretti, the Chiambretti Muzic Show, during which she sang a few tracks from Inedito.[26][27]

The tour to promote the album started on 22 December 2011 from Milan.[28] The Inedito World Tour will reach Latin America in January and February 2012. In March 2012, Pausini will be back in Italy for a second Italian leg of the tour, while in April and May she will give concerts throughout the rest of Europe.[29]

Track listing[edit]

Inedito[edit]

Standard edition[15][24][30][31]
No. Title Lyrics Music Producer(s) Length
1. "Benvenuto"   Laura Pausini, Niccolò Agliardi Pausini, Paolo Carta Pausini, Carta 3:56
2. "Non ho mai smesso"   Pausini, Agliardi Pausini, Carta Pausini, Carta 3:23
3. "Bastava"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Massimiliano Pelan Pausini, Carta 3:32
4. "Le cose che non mi aspetto"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Luca Chiaravalli Pausini, Carta 3:44
5. "Troppo Tempo" (feat. Ivano Fossati) Ivano Fossati Fossati Celso Valli 4:04
6. "Mi tengo"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Matteo Bassi, Simone Bertolotti Valli 3:38
7. "Ognuno ha la sua matita"   Pausini, Cheope Daniel Vuletic Corrado Rustici 3:44
8. "Inedito" (duet with Gianna Nannini) Pausini, Cheope Vuletic Corrado Rustici 3:11
9. "Come vivi senza me"   Pausini, Cheope Vuletic Pausini, Vuletic 3:22
10. "Nel primo sguardo" (duet with Silvia Pausini) Pausini, Niccolò Fabi Pausini, Carta Pausini, Carta 4:33
11. "Nessuno sa"   Pausini, Agliardi Carta Pausini, Carta 3:06
12. "Celeste"   Pausini, Beppe Dati Dati, Goffredo Orlandi Valli 4:01
13. "Tutto non-fa te"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Bertolotti, Chiaravalli Pausini, Bertolotti 4:00
14. "Ti dico ciao"   Pausini, Cheope Vuletic Pausini, Vuletic 3:15
Bonus track (Digital download)[32][33]
No. Title Length
15. "A simple vista"   4:34
Bonus track (Special Brazilian version of the CD)[34]
No. Title Length
15. "No primeiro olhar"   4:34

Inédito[edit]

Standard edition[35][36]
No. Title Lyrics Music Adaptation Length
1. "Bienvenido"   Laura Pausini, Niccolò Agliardi Pausini, Paolo Carta Jorge Ballesteros 3:55
2. "Jamás abandoné"   Pausini, Agliardi Pausini, Carta J. Ballesteros 3:23
3. "Bastaba"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Massimiliano Pelan Ignacio Ballesteros 3:32
4. "Las cosas que no me espero"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Luca Chiaravalli I. Ballesteros 3:44
5. "Hace tiempo" (feat. Ivano Fossati) Ivano Fossati Fossati Ana Incorvaia 4:04
6. "Me quedo"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Matteo Bassi, Simone Bertolotti Incorvaia 3:38
7. "Cada uno juega su partida"   Pausini, Cheope Daniel Vuletic I. Ballesteros 3:44
8. "Inédito (Lo exacto opuesto de ti)" (duet with Gianna Nannini) Pausini, Cheope Vuletic J. Ballesteros 3:11
9. "Como vives tú sin mi"   Pausini, Cheope Vuletic I. Ballesteros 3:22
10. "A simple vista"   Pausini, Niccolò Fabi Pausini, Carta J. Ballesteros 4:33
11. "Quién lo sabrá"   Pausini, Agliardi Carta I. Ballesteros 3:06
12. "Así celeste"   Pausini, Beppe Dati Dati, Goffredo Orlandi J. Ballesteros 4:01
13. "Lo que tú me das"   Pausini, Agliardi Agliardi, Bertolotti, Chiaravalli I. Ballesteros 4:00
14. "Te digo adiós"   Pausini, Cheope Vuletic J. Ballesteros 3:15

Deluxe Version[edit]

The deluxe edition of Inedito includes both the Italian-language and the Spanish-language versions of the album, and also features 5 additional tracks:[37][38][39]

Bonus Tracks contained in the Deluxe Version – CD 1 (Italian-language version)
No. Title Length
15. "Inedito" (Solo Version) 3:12
16. "Nel primo sguardo" (Solo Version) 4:34
17. "Dans le premier regard"   4:38
Bonus Tracks contained in the Deluxe Version – CD 2 (Spanish-language version)
No. Title Length
15. "Inédito" (Solo Version) 3:12
16. "No primeiro olhar"   4:38

Special Edition[edit]

The special editions of Inedito and Inédito contain the two original CDs plus a live bonus track recorded on December 31, 2011 and a live DVD of the Inedito World Tour.

Bonus track of the Italian Special Edition - CD 1
No. Title Length
15. "Medley New Year's Eve (live)"   20:15
Inedito Special Edition - DVD Live Inedito World Tour
No. Title Length
1. "Benvenuto"   5:05
2. "Io canto"   3:51
3. "Con la musica alla radio"   5:27
4. "Bastava"   4:35
5. "Medley Dance: Surrender/Bellissimo così"   6:38
6. "Nel primo sguardo"   6:26
7. "Inedito Guitar War"   2:34
8. "Inedito"   5:07
9. "Primavera in Anticipo (It Is My Song)"   5:04
10. "Come se non fosse stato mai amore"   3:56
11. "Non C'è"   5:23
12. "Intro "Father's Eye""   2:03
13. "Medley Luna: Celeste/La geografia del mio cammino/Nessuno sa/Gente"   8:39
14. "Invece no"   4:18
15. "La mia banda suona il rock"   5:08
16. "Non ho mai smesso"   10:52
Bonus track of the Spanish Special Edition - CD 1
No. Title Length
15. "Medley New Year's Eve (live)"   20:15
Inedito Special Edition CD2 - DVD Live Inedito World Tour
No. Title Length
1. "Bienvenido"   5:05
2. "Yo canto"   3:51
3. "Con la musica en la radio"   5:27
4. "Bastaba"   4:35
5. "Medley Dance: Surrender/Bellissimo così"   6:38
6. "A Simple Vista"   6:26
7. "Inedito Guitar War"   2:34
8. "Inédito (Lo Exacto Opuesto de Ti)"   5:07
9. "Primavera Antecipada (It Is My Song)"   5:04
10. "Como si no nos hubiéramos amado"   3:56
11. "Se fue"   5:23
12. "Intro "Father's Eye""   2:03
13. "Medley Luna: Celeste/La geografia del mio cammino/Nessuno sa/Gente"   8:39
14. "En cambio no"   4:18
15. "Y mi banda toca el rock"   5:08
16. "Jamás abandoné"   10:52

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from Inedito's linear notes.

Production credits
  • Massimo Aluzzi – engineer
  • Marco Barusso – engineer
  • Simone Bertolotti – producer
  • Marco Borsatti – engineer, mixing
  • Andy Bradfield – mixing
  • Jason Carmer – engineer
  • Renato Cantele – engineer, mixing
  • Enrico Capalbo – assistant
  • Paolo Carta – engineer, producer
  • Luca Chiaravalli – pre-production
  • Fiona Cruickshank – Pro Tools
  • Luigi De Maio – engineer
  • Samuele Dessì – engineer
  • Nicola Fantozzi – engineer, assistant
  • Mo Hausler – assistant
  • Jake Jackson – engineer
  • Davide Palmiotto – assistant
  • Angelo Paracchini – assistant
  • Laura Pausini – producer
  • Corrado Rustici – producer
  • Giuseppe Salvadori – assistant
  • Celso Valli – mixing, producer
  • Daniel Vuletic – pre-production, producer
Music credits
  • Leo Abrahams – guitar
  • Niccolò Agliardi – backing vocals, composer
  • Prisca Amori – orchestra leader
  • Dave Arch – piano
  • B.I.M. Orchestra – orchestra
  • Emiliano Bassi – drums, percussions
  • Matteo Bassi – bass, composer
  • Simone Bertolotti – additional keyboards, piano, Rhodes piano, glockenspiel, composer, arrangements, orchestra conductor
  • C.V. Ensamble orchestra – orchestra
  • Paolo Carta – guitar, computer programming, harmonica, backing vocals, composer, arrangements, orchestra conductor
  • Luca Chiaravalli – backing vocals, additional computer programming, composer
  • Cesare Chiodo – bass
  • Valentino Corvino – leader
  • Beppe Dati – composer
  • Edoardo De Angelis – orchestra leader
  • Samuele Dessì – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, computer programming
  • Nathan East – bass
  • Niccolò Fabi – composer
  • Gianluigi Fazio – backing vocals
  • Steve Ferrone – drums, percussions
  • Ivano Fossati – electric guitar, vocals
  • Elvezio Fortunato – electric guitar
  • Marzia Gonzo – backing vocals
  • Nick Ingman – arrangements, orchestra conductor
  • Frank Martin – piano
  • Gianna Nannini – vocals
  • Everton Nelson – orchestra leader
  • Andy Pask – bass
  • Nicola Oliva – acoustic guitar
  • Orchestra Edodea Ensemble – orchestra
  • Goffredo Orlandi – composer
  • Laura Pausini – vocals, composer, backing vocals
  • Silvia Pausini – vocals
  • Massimiliano Pelan – composer
  • Kaveh Rastegar – bass
  • Andrea Rigonat – electric guitar
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – orchestra
  • Tommy Ruggero – percussion
  • Corrado Rustici – guitar, keyboards, treatments, beats, arrangements, orchestra conductor
  • Rosaria Sindona – backing vocals
  • Solis String Quartet – orchestra
  • Ian Thomas – drums
  • Giuseppe Tortora – contractor
  • Michael Urbano – drums
  • Celso Valli – piano, Hammond organ, keyboards, armonium, orchestra conductor
  • Paolo Valli – drums, arrangements
  • Massimo Varini – acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Daniel Vuletic – composer, arrangements
  • Paolo Zampini – flute
  • Bruno Zucchetti – piano, Hammond organ, keyboards, computer programming

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Release date Format Edition Label
Italy 11 November 2011 CD,[64] digital download[37] Deluxe Version Atlantic
CD,[65] digital download[66] Italian-language version[33]
France[32][67] CD, digital download
Spain Digital download Spanish-language version,[10] Deluxe version[68]
15 November 2011 CD Spanish-language version,[69] Deluxe version[70]
United States[71] CD, digital download Spanish-language version Warner Music Latina
Mexico[72]
Brazil[73] 17 November 2011 CD Special Brazilian version Warner Music Brazil

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