Travma

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Travma
Traumavissi.jpg
Studio album by Anna Vissi
Released April 16, 1997
Label Sony Music Greece/Columbia
Producer Nikos Karvelas
Anna Vissi chronology
Klima Tropiko
(1996)
Travma
(1997)
Antidoto
(1998)

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.[1][2] The album also includes a duet with fellow Greek pop star Sakis Rouvas.

Australian Edition[edit]

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".[3] 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.[3]

Music[edit]

Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas and Natalia Germanou (4, 5, 10).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Travma" (Trauma)
  2. "Eki" (There)
  3. "Ntrepome" (I'm ashamed)
  4. "Siga!" (Slowly!)
  5. "Na' Se Kala" (Be well)
  6. "To Katalaves?" (Got it?)
  7. "Me Niazi" (I do care)
  8. "Mavra Gialia" (Sunglasses)
  9. "Eprepe" (I should have)
  10. "Apolito Keno" (Absolute emptiness)
  11. "To Megalitero Soukse" (The biggest hit)
  12. "Thanatos Ine I Agapi" (Love is death)
  13. "Me Halai" (It makes me feel bad)
  14. "Se Thelo, Me Thelis" (Duet with Sakis Rouvas) (I want you, you want me)
  15. "Se Thimame" (I remember you)

Singles[edit]

  1. "Travma"
  2. "Mavra Gialia"
  3. "Na' Se Kala"

Australian Release[edit]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[4]

Charts[edit]

Chart Providers Peak
Position
Certification
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 -

References[edit]

  1. ^ ΑΝΝΑ ΒΙΣΣΗ - ΒΙΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ (in Greek). Sony Music Greece. Retrieved February 21, 2010. 
  2. ^ Staff. "Anna Vissi". Maple Jam Music Group. Retrieved February 20, 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Inc., Nielsen Business Media,; Develegas, Cosmas (1997-09-06). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 69–. Retrieved November 28, 2010. 
  4. ^ Travma (LP, MC, CD). Anna Vissi. Sony Music. 1997.