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Discussion in 'Eurovision 2012 Betting' started by Gavster, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. Gavster

    Gavster Novelty & Proud

    flag_austria.png ORF has released details of the 10 songs selected for the Austrian national final to be held on the 24th February.

    The 10 acts are detailed below with a presentation video containing 8 of the songs:

    1 !DelaDap - "Swing Crazy"
    2 Blockstars - TBA
    3 James Cottriall - "Stand Up"
    4 Krautschädl - TBA
    5 Papermoon - "Father, father, mon père"
    6 Norbert Schneider - "Medicate My Blues Away"
    7 Trackshittaz - "Woki mit deim Popo"
    8 Valerie - "Comme ça"
    9 Conchita Wurst - "That's What I Am"
    10 Mary Broadcast Band - "How Can You Ask Me?"

    (the video can't be embedded :frown )

    Look out for the Tranny with the beard. Oh how I've missed you Eurovision :hatsoff

    There is usually a betting market open for this national final, so keep you eye on this thread for updates.
  2. Steve_uk

    Steve_uk Well-Known Member BANNED

    Thanks Gavster,we can while away a few hours whilst we're waiting for the clock to go forward..

    1) DelaDap-"Swing Crazy" is probably the best of the eight here,whilst we're waiting for the final two,but I preferred Germany's Miss Kiss in 2009 and Roger Cicero's 2007 effort.
    3)James Cottriall-"Stand Up"-sweet but no chance.
    5)Papermoon-"Vater,Father Mon père"-hasn't really got it.
    6)Norbert Schneider-"Medicate My Blues Away"-Not as good as Germany's Texas Lightning in 2006,I got tired of it,and I think he'd better send for the doctor.
    7)Trackshittaz-"Woki mit deim Popo"-don't know what the title means..not as good as UK's Love City Groove,all those 17 years ago..
    8) Valerie-Comme ça-has its moments,but I'll pass on this song.
    9)Conchita Sausage..I mean Wurst.."That's What I Am"-a stereotypical Eurovision,not as good as Iceland's This Is My Life in 2008.
    10)Mary Broadcast Band-"How Can You Ask Me" is a poorer version of Nadine Beller's effort last year.

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