Synonyms for paradisou or Related words with paradisou

kosmou              agapo              erotas              apenanti              stin              einai              erota              epitihies              ellada              tragoudia              agapes              tragoudi              eimai              mousiki              paradeisou              giati              koritsia              megales              kardia              feggariou              stigmes              stigmi              alitheia              neou              chronia              agapis              psihi              hronia              kravgi              nihta              kalimera              kokkino              sotia              theou              anemou              thiella              treli              tsotou              galazio              akoma              hronou              apopse              mporo              afto              megaliteres              pethaino              makria              psyhi              koritsi              dakrya             

Examples of "paradisou"
"Stin Avli Tou Paradisou" and its re-release "Special Edition: Stin Avli Tou Paradisou", won Despina Vandi six awards over two years at Mad Video Music Awards. Τhe first three awards were given to Vandi at the 2005 awards while the second three were awarded at the 2006 awards. Having won three each year made Vandi the artist with the most awards at both award shows.
Stin Avli Tou Paradeisou (Greek: "Στην Αυλή του Παράδεισου"; English: "In the Garden of Eden") is the sixth studio album by Greek singer Despina Vandi. It was released in Greece in 2004 by Heaven Music. Following "Stin Tou Paradisou"'s platinum status, it was re-released with four new songs and a bonus DVD, and renamed "Special Edition: Stin Avli Tou Paradisou" in December 2005. With the combination of both releases, the album went 2x Platinum in Greece.
"Jambi" is the platinum selling single from the Special Edition version of the album "Stin Avli Tou Paradisou" by Greek singer Despina Vandi. It was released in Greece by Heaven Music and in the US by Ultra Records.
"Stin Avli Tou Paradisou" was successful in Greece, where it charted for 58 weeks, peaking at number one certifying platinum in its first week of release. It soon went twice platinum, and was certified Platinum in Cyprus too.
10 H.M. (Short for 10 Hronia Mazi, Greek: "10 Χρόνια Μαζί"; English: "10 Years Together") is an album released by Greek singer Despina Vandi starting on December 6, 2007. It is her 12th album from the beginning of her career, and her 10th album with Phoebus. It is also her first studio album of new material since her 2004 release of "Stin Avli Tou Paradisou". The album is dedicated to the 10-year collaboration with Phoebus and features a track of the same name. The album is a triple CD, with the first CD containing pop/rock songs, the second CD containing Modern Laika songs and third CD containing new remixes of older songs. The album is completely written and produced by Phoebus and released by Heaven Music. The main sponsor is WIND Hellas.
Despina's next studio album was released at the end of 2004, titled "Stin Avli Tou Paradisou" (In The Garden of Paradise). Although it sold significantly less than "Gia", it reached double platinum status in 2005, becoming her fourth album to reach six figure sales The album was repackaged as a special edition and included 5 new songs, including the song "Amane", a duet with Giorgos Mazonakis. The actress Katiana Balanika guest stars in the song's music video along with Vandi and Mazonakis. The special edition of the album was released in Greece, Cyprus, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. In Turkey the album reached number 2 of the Turkish charts and the Turkish newspaper "Hurriyet Daily News" named Despina Vandi as the Queen of Greek Pop. For the winter season 2005–06 Vandi performed at Rex with Giorgos Mazonakis. In July 2006, Despina gave a concert in the theater of Lycabettus in Athens singing many of her popular songs.
The longest-running weekly show on Cyprus television is "Istories Tou Horkou" ("Villages Stories", which premiered on CyBC in March 1996 and ran until its cancellation in June 2006; it was revived in September 2010 but was cancelled again in March 2011 due to very low ratings), followed by "Manolis Ke Katina" ("Manolis and Katina", which ran from 1995 to 2004). The most controversial of these series was "To Kafenio" ("The Coffee Shop"), which premiered on CyBC on 1993 as a weekly series, before moving to MEGA Channel Cyprus six years later in 1999 as a weekdaily show and then moved to ANT1 Cyprus on 2000, which canceled the show one year later. There were plans to move the show back to CyBC as a weekly series in 2001, with the original cast, however this plan was never realised. The most successful weekly shows in Cyprus currently are ANT1's "Eleni I Porni" ("Eleni, The Whore"), which premiered in October 2010 and CyBC's "Stin Akri Tu Paradisou" ("At The Heaven's Edge"), which premiered in 2007. The most successful weekdaily soap was "Aigia Fuxia", which aired on ANT1 Cyprus from 2008 to 2010.