Another graduate of the popular talent show Amici, Annalisa Scarrone makes her album debut with a record that includes several songs she introduced during the contest, such as "Inverno," "Cado Giù," and "Solo," the latter being the only track written by the singer herself. A typical product of Amici's Italian easy listening assembly line, most of the album was written by professional songwriters Federica Camba, Daniele Coro, and Dario Faini, as well as Roberto Casalini, author of the first two singles, "Giorno Per Giorno" and "Diamante Lei e Luce Lui." Nali ends on a high note with Annalisa's fine rendition of Mina's "Mi Sei Scoppiato Dentro il Cuore."
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AllMusic Review by Mariano Prunes