Klima Tropiko

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Klima Tropiko
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 29, 1996
LabelSony Music Greece/Columbia
ProducerNikos Karvelas
Anna Vissi chronology
O! Kypros
Klima Tropiko
limited edition
Limited edition cover
Limited edition cover
Singles from Klima Tropiko
  1. "Trelenome (Klima Tropiko)"
    Released: February 1996
  2. "Paralio"
    Released: April 1996
  3. "Ke Ti Egine"
    Released: June 1996
  4. "Parte Ta Ola"
    Released: August 1996
  5. "Ekatommiria"
    Released: October 1996
  6. "Sentonia"
    Released: December 1996

Klima Tropiko (Greek: Κλίμα Τροπικό; English: Tropical Climate) is the name of a Greek album by singer Anna Vissi released in Greece and Cyprus in February 1996. It reached 2x Platinum, acclaiming both critical and commercial success and establishing Vissi's image as a pop icon and contemporary artist in both Greece and Cyprus.[1][2] In 2000,Hülya Avşar covered the song in Turkish as "Sevdim" ("I loved").


Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas, Apostolos Diavolikis, and Natalia Germanou.

Track listing[]

  1. "Trelenome (Klima Tropiko)" (I go crazy (Tropical climate))
  2. "Ke Ti Egine" (So what?)
  3. "Paralio" (I get paralyzed)
  4. "Parte Ta Ola" (Take it all)
  5. "Oti Mou Zitisis" (Whatever you ask me)
  6. "Horevo" (I dance)
  7. "S' Agapo M' Agapas" (I love you, you love me)
  8. "Ekatommiria" (Millions)
  9. "Sentonia" (Sheets)
  10. "Agoni Grammi" (Barren line)
  11. "Dihasmeno Kormi" (Divided body)
  12. "Eleni" (Bonus Track) (Helen)


  • Trelenome (Klima Tropiko)
  • Paralio
  • Ke Ti Egine
  • Parte Ta Ola
  • Ekatommiria
  • Sentonia

Credits and personnel[]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[3]


Chart Providers Peak
Greek Albums Chart IFPI 1 2x Platinum
Cypriot Albums Chart All Records Top 20 1 3x Platinum


  1. ^ ΑΝΝΑ ΒΙΣΣΗ - ΒΙΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ (in Greek). Sony Music Greece. Archived from the original on October 11, 2010. Retrieved February 21, 2010.
  2. ^ Staff. "Anna Vissi". Maple Jam Music Group. Archived from the original on April 21, 2008. Retrieved February 20, 2010.
  3. ^ Klima Tropiko (LP, MC, CD). Anna Vissi. Sony Music. 1996.CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)

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