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Serbia: Zeljko Joksimovic – Synonym

After a full-length concert, Zeljko finally presented his song for Eurovision – well he actually presented two. Zeljko’s voice is the main reason to love this song. The clarity and earthy tone make this a pleasure whatever language he eventually …

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Romania: Mandinga – Zaleilah

Mandinga will be representing Romania at Eurovision with Zaleilah – yet another upbeat tune to join the what is a crowded genre in Baku. Bagpipes and Romania are not two words usually found together in the same sentence. Mandinga seem …

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Estonia: Ott Lepland – Kuula

Estonia predictably sent Ott Lepland to Eurovision with the song Kuula. It’s certainly one of the better emotional songs so far this year. There is real emotion on display here, which gives the song and performance integrity. It should claw …

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Spain: Pastora Soler – Quédate Conmigo

[youtube id=”eJBh_fUBreA” width=”600″ height=”350″] Last night, Spain selected Quédate Conmigo for singer Pastora Soler. Apart from the big fortissimo part at 2:18, I was very indifferent this song. It’s lacking power during the verses and it’s difficult to spot any …

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FYR Macedonia: Kaliopi – Black & White

Black & White, Kaliopi’s song for Baku, was officially unveiled tonight. For me, it’s miles off the required standard and is a song that seems to jump from genre to genre. She sounds like she’s just smoked 40 Cubans. There …

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Bulgaria: Sofi Marinova – Love unlimited

Bulgaria have chosen Sofi Marinova with the song, Love Unlimited to represent them at Eurovision. Add yet another house tune to the list of about seven competing in this year’s contest. If house tunes keep being selected, there’s going to …

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Slovenia: Eva Boto – Verjamem

Slovenia have chosen Eva Boto with ‘Verjamem’ to represent the country at Eurovision 2012. It’s another dramatic song entering the fray, which is a welcome relief from the dance songs. How often can we say that? As for the song… …

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