Rosso Relativo

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Rosso relativo
Tiziano Ferro - Rosso Relativo.jpg
Studio album by Tiziano Ferro
Released October 26, 2001
(Italy)
March 4, 2002
(Spain, Latin America)
Recorded 2000-2001, Kaneepa Studio, Padova (Italy)
Genre Pop, R&B
Label EMI Music Italy
Producer Tiziano Ferro, Alberto Salerno and Mara Maionchi
Tiziano Ferro chronology
Rosso relativo
Rojo Relativo
(2001)
111
(2003)
Singles from Rosso relativo / Rojo relativo
  1. "Xdono" / "Perdona"
    Released: May 26, 2001
  2. "L'olimpiade" / "La Olimpiada"
    Released: October 26, 2001
  3. "Imbranato" / "Alucinado"
    Released: January 18, 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 2001 in Italy. The album was later released in the rest of the world in 2002.

The first single of the album was "Xdono", which became a #1 hit in his home country of Italy and earned Ferro popularity among the rest of Europe and the Americas. Ferro also released a Spanish version of the album called Rojo relativo, which made him famous in countries such as Mexico, the rest of South America and Puerto Rico.

The single "Perdona" was well received in Latin American countries, but it was not until the release of the single "Alucinado" that Ferro was established as an international star in Latin America.

Commercial reception[edit]

The album, through its many editions for different parts of the world, is still the most commercially successful release from the singer, with more than 2.5 million copies sold worldwide. Its singles also managed to obtain good positions on radio charts in many countries outside of Italy.

The single "Xdono" from the album made Ferro known to the general public and obtained a flattering 3rd place in the best-selling singles in Europe in 2002, placing only after singles by worldwide superstars Eminem and Shakira.[1]

The Spanish single "Alucinado", from the Spanish-language version of the album, further solidified Ferro's career in Latin America, obtaining #1 placings in the charts of Mexico, Chile and Spain, as well as becoming a top five hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs.

Track listing[edit]

Italian edition CD: 0724353655426 (jewel case, 2001) - 5099996545829 (digipak, 2009)[2]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Le cose che non dici" Tiziano Ferro Ferro, Alberto Salerno, Mara Maionchi 3:56
2. "Rosso relativo" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 4:00
3. "Xdono" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 3:59
4. "Imbranato" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 5:01
5. "Di più" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 3:55
6. "Mai nata" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 3:49
7. "Primavera non è più" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 3:03
8. "Il confine" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 4:10
9. "Boom Boom" Ferro, Salerno Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 4:17
10. "L'olimpiade" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 3:40
11. "Soul-Dier" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 4:32
12. "Il bimbo dentro" Ferro Ferro, Salerno, Maionchi 4:35

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

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  20. ^ "Spanish album certifications – Tiziano Ferro – Rojo relativo" (PDF) (in Spanish). Productores de Música de España. Retrieved 4 January 2012.  Select the "Chart", enter 2003 in the field "Year". Select '' in the field "Semana". Click on "Search Charts"
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  25. ^ http://hitparade.ch/charts/jahreshitparade/2002

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