|Studio album by Anna Vissi|
|Released||April 16, 1997|
|Label||Sony Music Greece/Columbia|
|Anna Vissi chronology|
Travma is the name of a Greek album by singer Anna Vissi released in Greece and Cyprus on April 14, 1997. In Greece it became Gold within 12 days and 3x Platinum within 6 months, becaming one of the most commercially successful albums of the Greek 1990s. The album also includes a duet with fellow Greek pop star Sakis Rouvas.
Trauma was released in Australia with English-language artwork and packaging in mid-1997, to help promote the Australian leg of the Trauma tour and her recent English-language single debut for "Forgive Me This". The album was released in a special tour edition featuring a bonus disc with five songs from previous albums. Vissi promoted the album and tour by participating in a high-profile media campaign including press, radio, national television interviews, and in-store signings.
- "Travma" (Trauma)
- "Eki" (There)
- "Ntrepome" (I'm ashamed)
- "Siga!" (Slowly!)
- "Na' Se Kala" (Be well)
- "To Katalaves?" (Got it?)
- "Me Niazi" (I do care)
- "Mavra Gialia" (Sunglasses)
- "Eprepe" (I should have)
- "Apolito Keno" (Absolute emptiness)
- "To Megalitero Soukse" (The biggest hit)
- "Thanatos Ine I Agapi" (Love is death)
- "Me Halai" (It makes me feel bad)
- "Se Thelo, Me Thelis" (Duet with Sakis Rouvas) (I want you, you want me)
- "Se Thimame" (I remember you)
- "Mavra Gialia"
- "Na' Se Kala"
Disc 2 [Bonus]
Credits and personnel
Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.
|Greek Albums Chart||IFPI||1||3x Platinum|
|Cypriot Albums Chart||All Records Top 20||1||3x Platinum|
|Official Australian Album Charts||ARIA Album Charts||73||-|
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