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Playlist update – check out our latest tracks

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New additions this week include tracks by Denmark’s 2013 Eurovision winner Emmelie de Forest, Ira Losco, Andrius Pojavis, Blue Café, Celine Dion and more. Emmelie de Forest, is out with a second single release from her debut album Only Teardrops:  Hunter & Prey written by Lise Cabble and Jakob Glæsner, who also co-wrote New Tomorrow, Denmark’s 2011 entry by A Friend In London. Read more to check out Emmelie’s video and all the other new songs on our playlist…


Emmelie de Forest_Sep2013

New additions this week include tracks by Denmark’s 2013 Eurovision winner Emmelie de Forest, Ira Losco, Andrius Pojavis, Blue Café, Celine Dion and more. Emmelie de Forest, is out with a second single release from her debut album Only TeardropsHunter & Prey written by Lise Cabble and Jakob Glæsner, who also co-wrote New Tomorrow, Denmark’s 2011 Eurovision entry by A Friend In London. Watch the music video of Hunter & Prey below:

Emmelie de Forest – Hunter & Prey

 

Another 2013 Malmö contestant, Lithuania’s Andrius Pojavis, has released a follow-up single to his ESC entry Something. The self-penned song is entitled Play Your Game and is available on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/play-your-game-single/id714986513.  Check out the official home-made video here

 

1988 Eurovision winner Celine Dion’s long expected new English-language album is due out in November. The release is preceded by a first single, Loved Me Back To Life, available now on all major download stores. This is the video clip:

Céline Dion – Loved Me Back to Life (PSEUDO VIDEO)

 

Rebels is the title of Tooji’s new single. Norway’s 2012 ESC representative (Stay) took a break after his 2012 Eurovision adventure and is back now with a new look and this very cool dance track. Check out the music video here:

Tooji – Rebels (Official Music Video)

 

The band Blue Café represented Poland at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul with their Love Song. Lead singer Tatiana Okupnik left the band one year later, and Dominika Gaweda took her place. Blue Café scored a number of hits over the years, and end of last month, Dendix, a dance track in English language was released. It’s available on Amazon and iTunes. Watch the video clip here:

Blue Cafe – DENDIX (Lyric Video)

 

Serbia’s 2010 representative Milan Stankovic (Ovo Je Balkan) has a new single out: Od Mene Se Odvikavaj is the title of the song, and this is the official music video:

Milan Stankovic – Od mene se odvikavaj (Official HD Video)

 

The name Ira Losco stands for one of Malta’s biggest successes in Eurovision, a second place at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn, Estonia, with the song 7th Wonder. Ira’s latest single release Me Luv U Long Time is another new addition to our playlist. Watch the video clip here:

Ira Losco – Me Luv U Long Time

 

The second single release from Rui Bandeira’s new album Sempre A Pensar Em Voces is the track Ainda Me Olhas Com Amor. Check out the video:

Rui Bandeira | AÍNDA ME OLHAS COM AMOR (Video Oficial) HD

 

Luxembourg’s last Eurovision entry to date happened twenty years ago, at the 1993 Contest in Millstreet, Ireland, where Simone Weis and Jimmy Martin (Modern Times) performed Donne-Moi Une Chance. Jimmy is out with a brand new solo album this week, entitled Wild At Heart, and the single release Love Don’t Live Here Anymore. If this is how a Luxembourg entry would sound in the second decade of the new millennium, the Grand Duchy should definitely return to the Contest. You can visit Jimmy’s website at http://www.jimmymartin.de to read more about his activities. Watch the official music video here

Jimmy Martin – Love Don´t Live Here Anymore (Official Video)

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2 comments

  1. My rankings:
    1. Ira Losco – The catchiest and most engaging.
    2. Jimmy Martin – a solid rock ballad
    3. Rui Bandeira – it’s like listening to an upgraded copy/paste version of his 1999 entry. Easy on the ear.
    4. Emmelie De Forest – ignoring the production value of the clip, the chorus reminds me of Kate Bush’s “Running Up that Hill”, and altogether it’s not melodically versatile enough for me.
    5. Tooji – Starts promising, but unfortunately evolves into a one-dimensional electronic dance beat.
    6. Blue Cafe – same as Tooji…when the synthesized electronic music beat takes over the entire thing, it becomes annoying.
    7. Celine Dion – disappointing, as if style was more important than substance. Lacked in genuine emotion.
    8. Andrius Pojavis – All I can hear is Dino Merlin’s ‘Love in Rewind’.
    9. Milan Stankovich – makes me indifferent. Not impressed by the synthesis of this particular Balkan-pop act.

    I think most of the songs here wouldn’t do that well On the actual song contest, even if they underwent some modifications for the 3 minutes rule.

  2. nice design and shares your successes.

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