Todavía (album)

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Released21 September 2007 (2007-09-21)
Label PDU
Producer Massimiliano Pani
Mina chronology
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Todavía is a studio album by Italian singer Mina, released on 21 September 2007 by PDU. The album features 13 songs in Spanish and one in Portuguese, and includes seven duets with Latin-American, Spanish and Italian stars.


Track listing

1."Grande amor (Grande amore)"
  • Giulia Fasolino
  • Samuele Cerri
2."Vuela por mi vida (Volami nel cuore)"
3."Un año de amor (Un anno d'amore [C'est irréparable])" (duet with Diego el Cigala)4:46
4."Llévate ahora (Portati via)"
  • Stefano Borgia
  • Ortiz
5."Cuestión de feeling (Questione di feeling)" (duet with Tiziano Ferro)
6."Corazón felino (Brivido felino)" (duet with Diego Torres)
  • Stefano Cenci
  • Paolo Audino
  • Ortiz
7."Uvas maduras (Succhiando l'uva)"
8."Valsinha" (duet with Chico Buarque)
9."Nieve (Neve)"
  • Giovanni Donzelli
  • Vincenzo Leomporro
  • Ortiz
10."Agua y sal (Acqua e sale)" (duet with Miguel Bosé)
  • Donzelli
  • Leomporro
  • Cerri
11."No sè si eres tù (Sei o non sei)"
12."Parole parole" (duet with Javier Zanetti)
13."Sin piedad" (duet with Joan Manuel Serrat)Joan Manuel Serrat5:11
14."¿Cómo estás? (Come stai?)"
Total length:60:17



Certifications and sales

Certifications for Todavía
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Italy (FIMI) [4] Platinum80,000*

* Sales figures based on certification alone.

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