Eleftheria Arvanitaki discography

This page includes the discography of Greek singer Eleftheria Arvanitaki.

Eleftheria Arvanitaki discography
Releases
Studio albums 12
Live albums 1
Singles 4
Soundtracks 1

Albums

Year Title Certification
1984 Eleftheria Arvanitaki
-
1986 Kontrabanto
Platinum
1989 Tanirama
-
1991 Meno Ektos
Gold
1993 I Nihta Katevainei
-
1994 Ta Kormia Kai Ta Maheria
Platinum
1996 Tragoudia Gia Tous Mines
Platinum
1998 Ektos Programmatos
2x Platinum
2001 Ekpombi
Gold
2002 Eleftheria Arvanitaki - Live
Gold
2004 Ola Sto Fos
Platinum
2006 Grigora I Ora Perase
Gold
2008 Kai Ta Matia Kai I Kardia
Gold
  • She also took part in four more albums with "Opisthodromiki Kompania".

CD Singles

Year Title Certification
1995 "Zontana Stous Vrahous"
Platinum
2000 "Tragoudia Gia Tous Mines: The Third Side"

(Songs for the months: The third side)

-
2004 "Tria Tragoudia"

(Three songs)

Gold
2007 "Min Orkizesai"

(Don't take an oath)

-

Compilations

Year Title Certification
1995 Megales Epitihies

(Greatest hits)

-
1999 The Very Best of 1989-1998

International Release

-
2005 Dromoi Paralliloi
-
2006 Stis Akres Ap' Ta Matia Sou/To the Edge of Your Eyes

International Release

-
2007 Dinata 1986-2007
Gold

Soundtracks

Year Title Certification
1993 Anastasia
  • Three track soundtrack: "Anastasia", "Na 'he I Nikta Akri", and "Thelo Na Se Do"
Platinum

See also

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