TOP 41 ● Elen Hâf
Eurowizyjny sezon 2019/2020 dobiega końca, dlatego członkowie naszej redakcji podzielą się swoimi klasyfikacjami wszystkich konkursowych utworów. Cykl kontynuujemy tabelką stworzoną przez Elen Hâf!
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- 4️⃣1️⃣ 🇧🇪 ► Hooverphonic – Release Me
- 4️⃣0️⃣ 🇮🇪 ► Lesley Roy – Story Of My Life
- 3️⃣9️⃣ 🇫🇷 ► Tom Leeb – The Best In Me
- 3️⃣8️⃣ 🇪🇪 ► Uku Suviste – What Love Is
- 3️⃣7️⃣ 🇫🇮 ► Aksel Kankaanranta – Looking Back
- 3️⃣6️⃣ 🇸🇲 ► Senhit – Freaky!
- 3️⃣5️⃣ 🇬🇧 ► James Newman – My Last Breath
- 3️⃣4️⃣ 🇦🇲 ► Athena – Chains On You
- 3️⃣3️⃣ 🇪🇸 ► Blas Cantó – Universo
- 3️⃣2️⃣ 🇦🇿 ► Efendi – Cleopatra
- 3️⃣1️⃣ 🇱🇻 ► Samanta Tīna – Still Breathing
- 3️⃣0️⃣ 🇨🇿 ► Benny Cristo – Kemama
- 2️⃣9️⃣ 🇵🇹 ► Elisa – Medo De Sentir
- 2️⃣8️⃣ 🇩🇰 ► Ben & Tan – Yes
- 2️⃣7️⃣ 🇳🇱 ► Jeangu Macrooy – Grow
- 2️⃣6️⃣ 🇱🇹 ► The Roop – On Fire
- 2️⃣5️⃣ 🇩🇪 ► Ben Dolic – Violent Thing
- 2️⃣4️⃣ 🇨🇾 ► Sandro – Running
- 2️⃣3️⃣ 🇵🇱 ► Alicja Szemplińska – Empires
- 2️⃣2️⃣ 🇮🇹 ► Diodato – Fai Rumore
- 2️⃣1️⃣ 🇸🇮 ► Ana Soklič – Voda
- 2️⃣0️⃣ 🇲🇩 ► Natalia Gordienko – Prison
- 1️⃣9️⃣ 🇲🇹 ► Destiny – All Of My Love
- 1️⃣8️⃣ 🇦🇱 ► Arilena Ara – Fall From The Sky
- 1️⃣7️⃣ 🇺🇦 ► Go_A – Solovey
- 1️⃣6️⃣ 🇧🇾 ► VAL – Da Vidna
- 1️⃣5️⃣ 🇷🇸 ► Hurricane – Hasta La Vista
- 1️⃣4️⃣ 🇧🇬 ► Victoria – Tears Getting Sober
- 1️⃣3️⃣ 🇨🇭 ► Gjon’s Tears – Répondez-moi
- 1️⃣2️⃣ 🇬🇷 ► Stefania – Supergirl
- 1️⃣1️⃣ 🇭🇷 ► Damir Kedzo – Divlji Vjetre
Like Vasil, there is something so captivating about Roxen’s performance. I am so in love with her voice, I think it’s so powerful and beautiful. The lyrics are so deep and beautiful. Romania’s entries don’t usually wow me much, but this is a new direction for them and it works. I’m in love with this entry and it’s so refreshing to see Romania take a step in a different direction. I love the simplicity of the performance. It’s so touching and I don’t think that would’ve been achieved if there were more elements to the staging.
I’m not too sure what it is about this song that draws me to it so much. It’s not extremely upbeat and it’s not a ballad. The melody isn’t too heavy and there’s nothing shocking about the vocals. I think the simplicity of the song is attractive enough to draw my attention. I like the vocals and the harmonies that pair it. The choreography from the music video is so captivating that it takes the attention away from the song itself but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The way everything works together is so satisfying and I think that’s what makes it one of my favourites.
I am always a fan of the songs Norway sends to the competition. This year, Ulrikke’s Attention didn’t disappoint. She is such a beautiful woman and everything she does radiate talent. I appreciate that the staging is quite simple. This entry feeds my love for ballads, but what makes it even better is that her vocals are just so incredibly flawless. She makes the song seem so effortless to sing when that isn’t the case. The lyrics are meaningful and beautiful and this song is just such a great entry from Norway.
The lyrics to the song seem to be much deeper when you read into them than what you hear when you’re not paying too much attention to them while listening to the song. I have always felt like Georgia is an underrated country in this contest. I always love the entries they send and this year is no exception. It’s a powerful song, and this is where my love for ballads comes kicking in. Tornike’s vocals are incredibly powerful. I was so excited to see how this would play out live. It would’ve been interesting to see how they would’ve staged this.
I feel like Austria has been the dark horse of the competition for the last few years. Alive is such a fun song to listen to. It’s easy to dance to and I can imagine this would’ve created an amazing atmosphere live in the arena if the contest wouldn’t have been cancelled. The lyrics stand out amongst other typical <<dance>> songs and I love how that makes this entry stand out compared to the others. I would’ve loved to have seen how the staging would’ve turned out for Austria. Vincent’s vocals are incredible and I think he has a great stage presence to pull off this song and bring energy to the stage and the crowd.
As always, Sweden delivers. They deliver the standard as expected of them each and every year. The song quality is phenomenal, and i must say this is possibly my favourite entry they have sent in years. The way they harmonise together just seems so effortless and flawless. Their voices work together beautifully. The lyrics are a bit cliche but the way they perform it is so energetic and fun you love it regardless. The staging is so beautiful and they bring so much energy to the performance. I like the upbeat tempo and the melody.
This is a very different style I was expecting to come from Israel. I feel like Israel only really sends pop or ballads, so I love the African influence mixed with the Israeli influence on this song. It’s refreshing to see from Israel. The lyrics are very sweet and they go well with the melody. The vocals from Eden and her back up vocalists are flawless and the staging isn’t overbearing yet it’s beautiful. It doesn’t take away from the song and the vocals, it’s just enough to bring the energy that is needed to hype it up and make it memorable.
Australia never fails to send a good entry. I wasn’t necessarily expecting them to send this song from their national selection but I’m so glad they did. This entry wasn’t my favorite, to begin with, but it’s really grown on me the more I listen to it. The lyrics are very meaningful and I think a lot of people can appreciate this song by relating to it. The melody is simple but elegant and goes with the lyrics and the general vibe of the song beautifully. The staging is deep, reflecting underlying meanings of the lyrics and the song and the choreography is beautiful and elegant to match it. It doesn’t lack the quality that I expected to come from Australia.
Russia, for me, seems to be hit or miss in terms of their entries. I typically love the ballads that are sent to the contest, but I love that this entry differs from the serious entries Russia typically sends. I love that Little Big’s entire discography is fun and upbeat. They don’t take it seriously but it’s just so enjoyable and fun. The melody, although repetitive, is so catchy and I like the Spanish vibe to the song. It’s completely different from what they usually send and I love that they’ve taken this risk. I can imagine the staging would have been fun, reflecting the music video. Although the lyrics are extremely repetitive, which is something I would usually criticize a song for, it’s true to Little Big’s style and I can’t help but love it.
I love this so much. It’s so fun and catchy. It can catch the attention of the audience from the general public. The choreography is fun and memorable, as are the iconic stage outfits. The melody is quite simple, the lyrics are sweet and fun. I feel like Iceland’s entries are always underappreciated. They always show massive diversity in the songs they end up sending and it always delivers in terms of staging, outfits, and songs. Their vocals are flawless and their harmonies work so perfectly together. Eurovision is beginning to attract a much younger audience and this entry would be such a hit with children due to its fun nature. I find it difficult to not love this entry.
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