TINA ARENA - GREATEST HITS 1994-2004 [LIMITED EDITION], 2CD album released October 2004.
Encoded 320Kbps [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Filippina Lydia Arena [born November 1st 1967] is an Australian singer, songwriter and musical theatre actress. Over her long career in the entertainment industry she has won numerous awards, most notably 5 ARIA Awards and in both 1996 and 2000 she received the World Music Award for the world's best selling Australian artist. Arena was born to Sicilian immigrants, Franca and Giuseppe Arena, living in the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds. A child star of the pre-reality-TV generation, Arena began her career as a 7 year old, singing live on Australia’s longest running variety television show, Young Talent Time [1971-1989]. Even as a young girl she was known for her powerful voice and stage presence, but she dropped from sight for several years following her Young Talent Time tenure, years she spent trying to set up a recording career, working the club circuit alone and in bands, and appearing in musicals. In 1990, at the age of 21, she was reinvented as a raunchy disco diva with the national No.3 Platinum selling single "I Need Your Body". It gave her a successful album, Strong as Steel, and more hits, but for Arena this was a momentary digression, as this was never a music style or image with which she was comfortable. After a couple years, Arena broke the stigma of a TV childhood and carved out a successful solo career with Columbia Records. The David Tyler-produced Don't Ask was Australia's biggest selling album of 1995, and the biggest selling album by any Australian female. Don't Ask sold over 1.3 million copies worldwide and sold 10x Platinum in Australia. "Chains" scaled the charts in the UK to No.6, and charted well throughout Europe, earning her numerous awards in the process. The follow-up album, “In Deep”, produced by Foreigner's Mick Jones, was also a multi-platinum success. Arena's collaboration with Marc Anthony, "I Want To Spend My Lifetime Loving You", from the Mask of Zorro soundtrack, gave her a new kind of European success, tipping the scales of her success in France where both the song and the movie became Top 10 hits. She began to record in French, and her single "Aller plus haut" moved in excess of one million units. She is now credited as being one of only five non-French artists to achieve album sales in excess of one million units in France. Regardless of her recording achievements, musical theatre has always remained more than just a sideline for Arena. Her performance in the Australian production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, while still in her teens, was applauded by the show's producer, Andrew Lloyd Webber. She has since made acclaimed appearances in the UK production of Notre Dame de Paris, as Esmeralda, and as Sally Bowles in the Sam Mendes-directed Cabaret in 2002. Arena returned to the London stage in April 2007, starring as Roxie Hart in the hit West End production of Chicago.
Greatest Hits 1994-2004 is a greatest hits album released by Australian singer Tina Arena. The album contains all the singles released during her ten years signed with Sony BMG Australia and also two new songs. This is the limited edition that was released with a second disc containing her non-English language singles.
01 Italian Love Song
04 Wasn't It Good
05 Sorrento Moon [I Remember]
06 Now I Can Dance
07 Soul Mate No.9
08 Heaven Help My Heart
09 Symphony Of Life
10 That's The Way A Woman Feels
11 If I Didn't Love You
12 I Want To Know What Love Is
13 Dare You To Be Happy [Remix]
14 Show Me Heaven
15 If I Was A River
16 Never [Past Tense-Radio Edit]
17 I Want To Spend My Lifetime Loving You
18 Take Me Apart
01 Aller Plus Haut
02 Les Trois Cloches [The Three Bells]
03 Tu Es Toujours La
04 Coeur De Pierre
05 Si Je Ne T'aimais Pas
06 Je Te Retrouve Un Peu [Duet With Jay]
07 Symphonie De L'ame
08 Ti Voglio Qui
09 Segnali Di Fumo [Duet With Luca Barbarossa]
THE VIDEOS [XviD SkidVid]
Ripped from TV, edited, no logos and encoded 720x540 and 720x380 XviD respectively.
Tina Arena - If I Didn't Love You 
Tina Arena Ft.The Roc Project - Never