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|Released||16 June 2006|
|Recorded||at PDU studios in Lugano|
|Length||67 min : 16 s|
Ti amo... is a compilation album released in 2006 by the Italian singer Mina.The album contains previously released songs between 1994 and 2005. The cover is inspired by the pop art artist Roy Lichtenstein.
|1.||"Fragile from Bula Bula (2005)"||Gennaro Parlato, Leonardo Abbate, Tiziano Borghi||3:40|
|2.||"Noi soli insieme from Leggera (1997)"||Alberto Salerno, Mauro Culotta||4:38|
|3.||"Dove sarai from Bula Bula (2005)"||Antonio Elia, Nicolò Fragile||4:33|
|4.||"Io sarò con te from Cremona (album) (1996)"||Maurizio Morante||3:54|
|5.||"Portati via from Bula Bula (2005)"||Stefano Borgia||4:34|
|6.||"Stai così from Leggera (1997)"||Filippo Trojani||5:18|
|7.||"Amore (ft Riccardo Cocciante) from Canarino mannaro (1994)"||Maurizio Monti, Riccardo Cocciante||5:49|
|8.||"Come gocce from Olio (1999)"||Francesco Garzone, Luigi Pignalosa, Vincenzo Capasso||5:12|
|9.||"Dio, come ti amo from Sconcerto (2001)"||Domenico Modugno||5:34|
|10.||"Torno venerdi from Pappa di latte (1995)"||Giorgio Calabrese, Massimiliano Pani||5:21|
|11.||"20 parole from Bula Bula (2005)"||Roberto Roversi-Alberto Ravasini||3:09|
|12.||"La bacchetta magica from Cremona (album) (1996)"||Maria Enrica Andolfi||3:59|
|13.||"Canto largo from Olio (1999)"||Samuele Cerri, Massimiliano Pani)||3:11|
|14.||"D’amore non scrivo più from Veleno (2002)"||Mauro Santoro||4:00|
|15.||"Di vista from Pappa di latte (1995)"||Tullio Pizzorno||4:33|
|16.||"Na voce 'na chitarra (e o poco luna) from Canarino mannaro (1994)"||Ugo Calise, Carlo Alberto Rossi)||4:33|
|Classification Italian Chart (FIMI)||29|
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