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UK Eurovision Entry 2018 - AnNie

Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by NecessaryVoodoo, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. You'd have to go back to 1992 and Michael Ball.
  2. K94


    The winner is aural Brexit but what was up with Asanda! I felt exasperated watching it - how can you be gasping for air from the start!
  3. James fox in 2004?
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  4. That wasn't a ballad!
  5. Oh yeah... ugh.
  6. I stan Scooch as much the next gay, but I was reminded of this recently, and it still feels like a missed opportunity. I genuinely think it could have done well back then.

    Actually, is it too late to sack off Annie Lennox (© @Robsolete) and send this instead?
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  7. C79E2240-85E8-4AFE-A7A9-5200028E36E1.jpeg Looks like a revamped/re-recorded version of Storm is coming.
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  8. Intrigued, but I really can’t see what they can do to improve it. Maybe extending the drum and choir section of the middle 8 would help.
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  9. I think for me they just need to make the production bigger and more current. I actually think there’s quite a good song in there, it just sounds very much like a demo at the moment (which I guess it is really).
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  10. I read the winning UK entry was written at a songwriting bootcamp in one day.

    That explains a lot.

    I hope they rework the heck out of it.
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  12. It sounds to me like You Raise Me Up.
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  13. There's definitely more than a little 'inspiration' from that song.
  14. Revamp....
  15. Oh dear ...

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  16. Was her pronunciation always that odd?

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  17. Well they finally put it on Spotify........ if they're not going to do any promotion for the track, the least they can let you do is listen to it.......
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