Ti Amo Ti Amo

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"Ti Amo Ti Amo"
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Single by Alexia
from the album The Hits
Released 2000
Format CD, 12" Vinyl
Genre Europop
Length3:13
Label Sony Music
Songwriter(s) Roberto Zanetti
Producer(s) Roberto Zanetti
Alexia singles chronology
"Happy"
(1999)
"Ti Amo Ti Amo"
(2000)
"Non Ti Dimentichero"
(2000)

"Happy"
(1999)
"Ti Amo Ti Amo"
(2000)
"Non Ti Dimentichero"
(2000)

"Ti Amo Ti Amo" is the tenth single released by the Italian singer Alexia released in 2000 [1] and was the only new track from her first best of compilation album The Hits . It was the last single she released that was produced by Robyx as she decided to leave the DWA team so that she could grow as an artist and pursue different styles of music. [2]

Alexia (Italian singer) Italian singer

Alexia is an Italian singer. Before recording in Italian in the 2000s, she made records in English in the 1990s. Many of those were international hits. Before her solo career she was the vocalist of Ice Mc.

<i>The Hits</i> (Alexia album) compilation album by Alexia

The Hits is the second compilation album and first greatest hits release by Italian singer Alexia released in 2000 and would be her final album released with Robyx and DWA. The album spans all her international singles from 1995 to 2000, with the sole new song being the lead single Ti Amo Ti Amo. As they were released in only one territory, the singles Virtual Reality and Hold On were not included on the album.

Contents

When the single was announced, there was some confusion in that it was initially thought the single was "Te Amo", a track from Alexia's then current album Happy which had been a fan favourite. [3] Fan opinion on the single was divided, with some fans labelling it "unacceptable". [4]

<i>Happy</i> (Alexia album) 1999 studio album by Alexia

Happy is the third studio album by Italian singer Alexia released in 1999, and would be her final studio album to be written and produced by Robyx and the DWA team. The album continued to see Alexia have a broad range of styles, though the move away from eurodance was not as dramatic as it had been with The Party. It was Alexia's first album on the Sony Epic label. Alexia's management team had boasted that every track on the album was good enough to be released as a single, yet only two tracks were released as singles.

Music video

The video for the single was filmed in America. [5]

Release

The track was released in Italy on CD and 12" (Sony Code 669426) in May 2000. [6] Remixes were done solely by Robyx and this would be the last Alexia release he would do remixes for. A promotional CD was released in Brazil.

Official versions

Chart performance

CountryPosition
Italy
12 [7]

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