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Album Review

This 1995 Italian-language album showcases the singer's vocals and super-sweet arrangements on songs like "Gente" and "Strani Amori." Laura Pausini, who's as popular in Spanish-speaking countries as she is in her native one, was just starting out when Laura was released, but she quickly made her name known. Six of these tracks, "Gente," "Lui Non Sta Con Te," "Strani Amori," "Ragazzi Che," "Il Coraggio Che Non C'è," and "Lettera," also appear on the Spanish-language Laura Pausini album, albeit with translated titles. By the time Pausini showed up on the American market, she had developed her chops and her sound ever more, but Laura is still a pretty good taste of what she had to offer early on in her career.

Biography

Born: 16 May 1974 in Solarolo, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

By 2004, roughly a decade after she made her recording debut at the age of 18, Laura Pausini had sold over 25 million albums worldwide, quite an impressive feat for someone who'd never broken into the lucrative English-language market. The Italian singer (born May 16, 1974) began her career at a young age, making her live debut at age 12. Her singing didn't really take off until 1993, however, when she recorded her self-titled debut and scored a big hit with "La Solitudine." A year later —...
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