Discussion in 'Eurovision 2012 Betting' started by Gavster, Feb 11, 2012.
Greta Salóme & Jónsi will represent Iceland with 'Mundu Eftir Mér'.
I find it sort of a rip-off of a lot of the better Eurovision songs last few years which is a shame. I would definitely put this down as a contender though. Can’t stand that guy (bit smug). but they do sing brilliantly together. Yeah. Strong singers. Strong everything in Eurovision terms for me.
I give it the thumbs up. Even the entire fist up. Oooer.
In for another listen. The song is really pretty ordinary isn’t it? I think I’m more impressed by their vocals and the tried and tested big drums and fiddles.
It’s a top tenner I think on paper, even this early. Scribble it down methinks.
It's difficult to judge because it depends entirely on the presentation, they'll need to pander to the Eurovision morons and wrap it up as some kind of story so that the ADHD riddled voters dont lose interest.
I also think this is the best song from SF1 so far. I know there are still 5 countries to decide their song, but need to stay alert with semifinal winnigs bets when all songs have been chosen
Iceland has been solid in semis previous years. Yohanna won his semi in 2009, 2010 they were third, and last year fourth. Thoughts?
He was one sexy bitch I recall.
Yes sir! Very fine young lady indeed!
I personally like the Icelandic version better though.
Someone will probably update the OP, but here it is:
I still think the first minute is wasted,the singing is adequate but not brilliant,and the 18 second pause in the middle will not work on the night..I have Sweden, Slovakia,Norway,Denmark,Azerbaijan and Estonia ahead of this.
I wouldn't have Estonia ahead of Iceland. Estonia is a boring drone. Emotional, yes. But boring, grey and dull. Sometime you come out with the most bizarre statements during Eurovision, Steve. I know each person is entitled to their opinion, but it's Eurovision you seem even less informed about.
Sorry nothing,you may remove. The tenuous link was Alex Salmond co-operating with the Nordic countries..