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|Ti Ora Tha Vgoume?|
|Studio album by|
|Released||3 June 2013|
|Recorded||August 2012–April 2013|
|Genre||Dance, Pop, Laïko|
|Label||EMI Music Greece|
|Producer||The A Team|
|Helena Paparizou chronology|
|Ti Ora Tha Vgoume? (Booklet cover)|
|Singles from Ti Ora Tha Vgoume?|
Ti Ora Tha Vgoume? (Greek: Τι ώρα θα βγούμε;; English: What time will we go out?) is the fifth Greek-language studio album and seventh studio album overall by Greek singer Helena Paparizou, released on 3 June 2013 in Greece and Cyprus by EMI Music Greece.
The album marks Paparizou's first studio album release with EMI Greece, following her departure from longtime label Sony Music Greece.
Elena Paparizou began studio recordings around July 2012 in Athens. Giannis Doxas, Paparizou's former A&R, actively promoted the project through his personal social networking sites, despite his employment at Paparizou's former label. Songwriters and producers of the new album are Meth (Mihalis Kouinelis/Stavento), Giorgos Papadopoulos, Akis Petrou, Jimmy Jansson, Fredrik Sonefors, Bobby Ljunggren, Dimitris Kontopoulos, Nikos Antypas, Nikos Moraitis, Miltos Ioannidis, Gabriel Russel (Slik Beats), Giorgos Pilianidis, O. Holter, Jakke Erixson, Kristofer Östergren, Youla Georgiou, Nahle Ahlstedt and Giannis Doxas. The liner notes indicate that the album is collectively produced by "The A Team".
In mid of April 2013, Elena Paparizou's official Facebook page posted two photos from the album's photo shoot, which see Paparizou in a garden wearing a white button-down shirt, short light blue denim shorts, male black cowboy boots and a white sun hat.
The album was released on 3 June 2013.
The album is administered by Universal International Music, a Netherlands-based office of Universal Music Group, per Paparizou's latest multi-territory deal. As a result, the album also carries the "Universal Music" logo. EMI Music Greece is Universal Music Group's sole major label operation in Greece (as of April 2013), therefore Paparizou is officially represented by EMI Music Greece in the Greek market.
It's the first Paparizou album to be at the Top10 of the official Greek album chart for 11 straight weeks.[ citation needed ]
"Save Me (This Is An SOS)"
"Den Thelo Allon Iroa"
|1.||"Den Thelo Allon Iroa" (Δε Θέλω Άλλον Ήρωα; I Don't Want Another Hero)||Dimitris Kontopoulos, Nikos Moraitis||Kontopoulos, Thodoros Ntarmas||3:16|
|2.||"Ti Ora Tha Vgoume; (Chainsaw)" (Τι Ώρα Θα Βγούμε; (Chainsaw); What Time Will We Go Out? (Chainsaw))||Oscar Holter, Jakob “Jakke” Erixson, Kristofer Östergren, Moraitis||Hotler/Erixson||3:36|
|3.||"Ena Lepto" (Ένα Λεπτό; One minute)||Giorgos Papadopoulos, Akis Petrou||Leonidas Tzitzos||3:06|
|4.||"Sou Stelno SOS (Save me (This is an SOS))" (Σου Στέλνω SOS (Save Me (This Is an SOS)); I'm Sending You An SOS (Save Me (This Is An SOS)))||Jimmy Jansson, Bobby Ljunggren, Micah Wilshire, Giannis Doxas||Jansson, Fredrik Sonefors||3:08|
|5.||"Epitelous Moni" (Επιτέλους Μόνη; Alone At Last)||Miltos Ioannidis, Giorgos Pilianidis||Ntarmas||3:35|
|6.||"Poso M'Aresei" (Πόσο Μ' Αρέσει; How Much I Like It)||METH||METH||3:34|
|7.||"Den Tha Kimithis Apopse" (Δε Θα Κοιμηθείς Απόψε; You Will Not Sleep Tonight)||Nikos Antipas, Moraitis||Antipas||3:13|
|8.||"The Groove Is The Solution"||Gabriel Russel||Karl-Ola S. Kjellholm||3:51|
|9.||"I Nihta" (Η Νύχτα; The Night)||Papadopoulos, Petrou||Tzitzos||3:24|
|10.||"Oute Ki Esi" (Ούτε Κι Εσύ; Neither Were You)||Papadopoulos, Gioula Georgiou||Tzitzos||3:27|
|11.||"Vrehi Filia (Crazy For Love)" (Βρέχει Φιλιά (Crazy For Love); It's Raining Kisses (Crazy For Love))||Nalle Ahlstedt, Petri Somer, Nicole Fuentes, Moraitis||Ahlstedt||3:20|
|12.||"Mesimeria (One life)" (Μεσημέρια (One Life); Afternoons (One Life))||Pasi Siitonen, Risto Asikainen, her0ism, Doxas||Ntarmas||3:33|
|13.||"Soma Kai Psihi (Set your heart on me)" (Σώμα Και Ψυχή (Set Your Heart On Me); Body And Soul (Set Your Heart On Me))||Jansson, Ljunggren, Vaggelis Konstantinidis||Jansson, Sonefors||3:07|
|14.||"Min Mou Eksigis" (Μη Μου Εξηγείς; Don't Explain To Me)||Antipas, Moraitis||Antipas||4:04|
|15.||"Save Me (This Is An SOS)"||Jansson, Ljunggren, Wilshire||Jansson, Sonefors||3:08|
|Greek Albums Chart (IFPI Greece)||1|
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