Rosso Relativo

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Rosso relativo
Studio album by Tiziano Ferro
Released March 1, 2002[1]
Recorded 2000-2002
Genre Pop, R&B
Label EMI Music Italy
Tiziano Ferro chronology
Rosso relativo 111 Centoundici
Singles from Rosso relativo/Rojo relativo
  1. "Perdono/Perdona"
    Released: June 26, 2001
  2. "L'olimpiade/La olimpiada"
    Released: 2002
  3. "Imbranato/Alucinado"
    Released: 2002
  4. "Rosso relativo/Rojo relativo"
    Released: July 6, 2002
  5. "Le cose che non dici/Las cosas que no dices"
    Released: February 4, 2003

Rosso relativo is Tiziano Ferro's debut album, released in 2002. The first single of this album was "Perdono" which earned Ferro popularity among Europe and the Americas. Ferro released a Spanish version of the album, called Rojo relativo, which made him famous in countries such as Mexico and the other portion of South America. The single "Perdona" also topped the charts and made Ferro receive a gold disc because of the high sales throughout Latin America, but it was not until the single "Alucinado" when went platinum in Mexico.

Track listing[edit]

Rosso Relativo[2]

  1. Le cose che non dici - 3:56
  2. Rosso Relativo - 4:00
  3. Perdono - 3:59
  4. Imbranato - 5:01
  5. Di più - 3:55
  6. Mai nata - 3:49
  7. Primavera non è più - 3:03
  8. Il confine - 4:10
  9. Boom Boom - 4:17
  10. L'olimpiade - 3:40
  11. Soul-Dier - 4:32
  12. Il bimbo dentro - 4:35
  13. Perdono (Bonus Track, English Version) - 3:58

Rojo Relativo[3]

  1. Las cosas que no dices - 3:56
  2. Rojo relativo - 4:01
  3. Perdona - 3:59
  4. Alucinado 5:03
  5. Y mas - 3:57
  6. Si no Hubiera nacido - 3:51
  7. Primavera nunca fue - 3:04
  8. El confin - 4:11
  9. Boom Boom - 4:18
  10. La olimpiada - 3:41
  11. Soul-Dier - 4:33
  12. Il bimbo dentro - 4:36
  13. Imbranato (Bonus Track, Versión en Italiano) - 5:02
  14. Alucinado (Bonus Track, Obadam's Radio Edit) - 3:49
  15. Alucinado (Bonus Track, D-Menace Salsa Remix) - 4:29

Charts[edit]

Chart (2002–2003) Peak
position
Austrian Album Chart 7
Belgium Album Chart 18
French Album Chart 25
German Album Chart 9
Italian Album Chart 5
Netherlands Album Chart 40
Spanish Album Chart 4
Swiss Album Chart 5
U.S Billboard Top Heatseekers (South Atlantic) 9
U.S Billboard Top Latin Album 35

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "Rosso Relativo [English Bonus Track], Tiziano Ferro, Music CD - Barnes & Noble". Music.barnesandnoble.com. 2003-06-24. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 
  3. ^ "Rojo Relativo [Bonus Tracks], Tiziano Ferro, Music CD - Barnes & Noble". Music.barnesandnoble.com. 2003-03-25. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 

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