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Denis Omerspahic

commented on Knez sings for Montenegro

This kind of crazy turbofolk/pop mash-up is not my cup of tea at all. But at least it's not proper turbofolk, and that's always positive:) Turbofolk should never be performed on the ESC stage, that's ...
This kind of crazy turbofolk/pop mash-up is not my cup of tea at all. But at least it's not proper turbofolk, and that's always positive:)
Turbofolk should never be performed on the ESC stage, that's my opinion.

Not my favourite at all, but who knows? Maybe he'l amaze me:)
The rest of Europe will no doubt love it though, so good luck for Knez!
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Luxembourg plans return to Eurovision?

As interesting as it sounds and as amazing as it would be to have Luxembourg back, I am sceptical. They have been talking about returning every year since 2008, without anything happening. And every year ...
As interesting as it sounds and as amazing as it would be to have Luxembourg back, I am sceptical. They have been talking about returning every year since 2008, without anything happening. And every year people get excited only to end up being disappointed. So I am taking it all with a pinch of salt. Until we actually get an official confirmation I'm not buying it.
But if Italy could return, why not Luxembourg?
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Ireland returns to an open selection for 2015

Yes, I do think people are getting tired of the whole Riverdance/celtic thing. It isn't 1996 anymore. We got tired of the entire thing somewhere in the early 00's. And on top of that it wasn't a great ...
Yes, I do think people are getting tired of the whole Riverdance/celtic thing. It isn't 1996 anymore. We got tired of the entire thing somewhere in the early 00's.
And on top of that it wasn't a great presentation. Weak and flat voice, uninspiring dancers and overall weak performance. Very old-fashioned

That being said, I am looking forward to the Irish selection. I hope they choose something new and not typical Irish. Jedward and Ryan Dolan were good examples. Hope they continue with modern songs like that.
Denis Omerspahic

commented on BBC launches open selection for 2015 British entry

I actaully thought Molly's song was the best in Copenhagen, If they choose a brillaint song like that, I am all for it. I just hope the expert jury doesn't choose the random joke/drag Queen/humour Group ...
I actaully thought Molly's song was the best in Copenhagen, If they choose a brillaint song like that, I am all for it.
I just hope the expert jury doesn't choose the random joke/drag Queen/humour Group entries but chhose someone who can both sing and perform really well and bring the contest back to Britain.
Even Molly had a so-so performance and fell falt. Find someone who can perform and it will all be good.
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Sweden's Melodifestivalen dates, changes and presenters announced‏

Some people really have strange requests for artists:) The Ark? Really? Cause that worked so well last time. And Eric Saade, our own Justin Bieber! Let's not! Alcazar! Cause disco is really what people ...
Some people really have strange requests for artists:)
The Ark? Really? Cause that worked so well last time. And Eric Saade, our own Justin Bieber! Let's not!
Alcazar! Cause disco is really what people are listening to these Days.

I would rather much someone not as famous to win the trophy and go to Vienna. Preferabbly someone with a modern yet simple song.
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Vladimir Graić writes the Eurovision entry for Serbia

It's Always a risk to invite a Composer who has won before. The pressure to deliever a song just as good or better as the winning song can get owerwhelming and the final result ends up being not so great.
But it still sounds exciting so good luck!
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Vienna 2015 slogan revealed

I Think it's the best slogan so far! It couldn't ring more true, with all that's going on in Europe right now. Building bridges is more important than ever!
Well done ORF
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Life After Eurovision: Part Two

Solid songs, I admit. But except for Stella's really good and catchy urban song, none of the other songs are special. Solid songs but very forgettable. You forget how they went after one listening and ...
Solid songs, I admit. But except for Stella's really good and catchy urban song, none of the other songs are special. Solid songs but very forgettable. You forget how they went after one listening and they don't make you want to return to them either.
Nice to hear that they are making music tough! And I love Stella's new sound. Can't get enough of it!
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Vienna to host Eurovision 2015

It was expected to be Vienna. And it was. I knew it would be Vienna ever since Conchita won. Vienna is the only city big enough to hold an anniversary edition. So it was a great logical decision. Innsbruck ...
It was expected to be Vienna. And it was. I knew it would be Vienna ever since Conchita won. Vienna is the only city big enough to hold an anniversary edition. So it was a great logical decision.
Innsbruck would have been a great choice too, but Vienna is a great city full of music history.
Denis Omerspahic

commented on Life After Eurovision: Part One

Solid and interesting work by all four boys, and how peculiar that all turned to rock! I was especially impressed with Kallay and Ryan Dolan, two really good songs that sounds so fresh and radio-made ...
Solid and interesting work by all four boys, and how peculiar that all turned to rock!
I was especially impressed with Kallay and Ryan Dolan, two really good songs that sounds so fresh and radio-made and passionate. Great tracks!
ESC-fans wouldn't recognise the last one, so different from those days:)

Denis Omerspahic

About me

Huge nerd, not just about ESC but many other things like musicals, films, Harry Potter and almost every culture-related stuff. The first ESC I remember watching was in 98, when Dana International won...

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