1992–1996: C'hanno preso tutto
Bersani's debut album, C'hanno preso tutto
, was released in November 1992. The album included the song "Il mostro", as well as the single "Chiccho e Spillo", which allowed Bersani to receive media attention, becoming a radio hit and supporting sales of the album, which sold more than 20,000 copies in Italy.
In 1995, Bersani released his second album, Freak
. The album's lead single, "Freak", was released in February of the same year, but some Italian radio stations decided not to air it as a consequence of a line referring both to the Italian conservative coalition and to the Italian Communist Party, which was considered a violation of the "par condicio law", which introduced fees for those stations giving airplay to songs including political messages during the electoral campaign preceding the Italian regional elections. As a consequence, Bersani's label decided to anticipate the release of the second single from the album, "Spaccacuore". Both "Freak" and "Spaccacuore" were later performed by Bersani during the itinerant television show Festivalbar
, during the summer of 1995.
The album was a commercial success, and it was certified platinum, selling more than 130,000 copies in Italy.
- C'hanno preso tutto (1992)
- Freak (1995)
- Samuele Bersani (1997)
- L'oroscopo speciale (2000)
- Che vita! Il meglio di Samuele Bersani (2002)
- Caramella smog (2003)
- L'aldiqua (2006)
- Manifesto abusivo (2009)
- Nuvola numero nove (2013)
- La fortuna che abbiamo - Live (2016)
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