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Gigi D'Alessio: The Complete Discography from 1992 to 2012

Gigi D'Alessio: The Complete Discography from 1992 to 2012

Gigi D'Alessio is one of the most popular and successful Italian pop singers, who has released 19 studio albums, 5 live albums, 3 compilations and 2 EPs in his career. His discography spans from 1992, when he debuted with Lasciatemi cantare, to 2012, when he released Chiaro, his last album before a hiatus of seven years.


In this article, we will review his discography and highlight some of his most famous songs and achievements. We will also provide some links to listen to his music online.

1992-1999: The Early Years

Gigi D'Alessio started his musical career as a keyboardist and singer in local bands in Naples, his hometown. He was influenced by the Neapolitan tradition of songwriting, as well as by international artists such as Stevie Wonder and Lionel Richie. In 1992, he released his first album, Lasciatemi cantare, which was followed by Scivolando verso l'alto in 1993, Dove mi porta il cuore in 1994, Passo dopo passo in 1995 and Fuori dalla mischia in 1996. These albums were mainly distributed in the south of Italy and did not achieve much commercial success.

However, his breakthrough came in 1998, when he participated in the Sanremo Music Festival with the song Non dirgli mai, which won the Critics' Award and reached the third place in the main competition. The song was included in his sixth album, Ã stato un piacere, which sold over 300,000 copies and launched him to national fame. The same year, he also released his first live album, Tutto in un concerto, which captured his energetic and charismatic performances.

In 1999, he returned to Sanremo with the song Portami con te, which reached the fourth place and gave the title to his seventh album. The album also included the hit single Tu che ne sai, a duet with American singer Irene Grandi.

2000-2006: The Peak of Success

The new millennium marked the peak of Gigi D'Alessio's popularity and success. He released eight albums in six years, all of which reached the top five of the Italian charts and sold millions of copies worldwide. He also collaborated with many famous artists, such as Lucio Dalla, Anna Tatangelo, Lara Fabian, Andrea Bocelli and Mario Lavezzi.

In 2000, he released Quando la mia vita cambierà, which included the Sanremo entry Non mollare mai, as well as the hit singles Vorrei spiegarti che non voglio pià soffrire and Un nuovo bacio, a duet with Anna Tatangelo, who would become his partner in life and music. The album sold over 500,000 copies and was certified double platinum.

In 2001, he released Il cammino dell'età, which featured the Sanremo entry L'anno che verrà, a cover of Lucio Dalla's classic song. The album also included the singles Dove sei, Come in un film and Mi vida. The album sold over one million copies and was certified diamond.

In 2002, he released Uno come te, which contained the Sanremo entry Semplicemente sei, as well as the singles Buona vita, Mi fai stare bene and 0efd9a6b88


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