Ipirhan Orki

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Ipirhan Orki
Υπήρχαν Όρκοι
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Studio album by Giannis Ploutarhos
Released March 22, 2000 (2000-03-22)
Recorded 2000
Genre Laïka
Length 53:23
Label EMI
Producer Giannis Ploutarhos, Vasilis Kelaïdis, Spiros Georgiou, Giorgos Kafetzopoulos, Dimitris Kordatzis, Giannis Kourkoumelis, Konstantinos Pantzis, Panos Falaras, Nikos Vaxavanelis, Natali, Ilias Filippou, Evi Droutsa
Giannis Ploutarhos chronology
Mono Esy
(1999)Mono Esy1999
Ipirhan Orki
(2000)
Mikres Fotografies
(2001)Mikres Fotografies2001
Singles from Ipirhan Orki
  1. "Ipirhan Orki"
    Released: 2000
  2. "Fysai Poli"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Paramilao"
    Released: 2000
  4. "Se Xeperasa"
    Released: 2000
  5. "Se Hano"
    Released: 2000
  6. "To Kalitero Paidi"
    Released: 2000
  7. "Siga Siga"
    Released: 2000

Ipirhan Orki (Greek: Υπήρχαν Όρκοι; English: There were vows) is the second studio album by Greek musician Giannis Ploutarhos, released on March 22, 2000 by Minos EMI in Greece and Cyprus.[1] This was the first album where Ploutarhos contributed musically. The album was certified double Platinum by the IFPI Greece for sales of at least 80,000 copies, becoming his first album to be certified in Greece and making it his joint third most successful album there.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Fysai Poli" (It is blowing harshly) 4:01
2. "Hartini Kardia" (Paper Heart) 3:30
3. "To Kalitero Paidi" (The best guy) 3:54
4. "Ipirhan Orki" (Whatever you say to me) 3:03
5. "As'Tine Na Figi" (Let her leave) 2:51
6. "Paramilao" (I am talking too much) 3:39
7. "Ego O Giannis" (I, Giannis) 4:41
8. "Tha Piso Tin Kardia Mou" (I will my heart) 4:22
9. "Siga Siga" (Slowly) 3:33
10. "Nihta Irthes" (Night you came) 3:34
11. "Ena Mandili" (A headscarf) 3:39
12. "Meno Ki Epimeno" (I stay and I insist) 4:09
13. "Mono Ego S'agapao" (Only I love you) 3:12
14. "Se Hano" (I am losing you) 2:59
15. "Se Xeperasa" (I got over you) 4:56

Singles[edit]

"Ipirhan Orki"

The first single from the album was "Ipirhan Orki", which was composed by Ploutarhos himself with lyrics by Natali. The music video was directed by Kostas Kapetanidis.

"Fysai Poli"

The second single from the album was "Fysai Poli". The music video was directed by Kostas Kapetanidis and features Ploutarhos and a woman on the beach.

"Paramilao"

The second single from the album was "Paramilao". The music video was directed by Kostas Kapetanidis and features Ploutarhos on a city rooftop.

"Se Xeperasa"

The fourth single from the album was "Se Xeperasa". No music video was made to accompany the single.

"Se Hano"

The fifth single from the album was "Se Hano". No music video was made to accompany the single.

"To Kalitero Paidi"

The fifth single from the album was "To Kalitero Paidi". The music video was directed by Kostas Kapetanidis and features Ploutarhos on top of a cliff.

"Siga Siga"

The last single from the album was "Siga Siga". There was no music video accompanying the single.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Providers Peak
position
Certification Sales
Greek Albums Chart[3] IFPI Greece 1 Platinum 80,000
Cypriot Albums Chart[4] Musical Paradise 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff. "Ipirhan Orki on Musical.gr". Musical.gr. Retrieved 2009-09-28. 
  2. ^ Staff. "Giannis Ploutarhos Biography by Minos EMI" (in Greek). Minos EMI. Retrieved 2009-09-28. 
  3. ^ Greek Albums Chart
  4. ^ Cypriot Top 10 Greek Albums Archived 2008-08-22 at the Wayback Machine.

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