Finland Must Win

Finland’s entry into this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is by Lordi, with a song entitled “Hard Rock Hallelujah”. By virtue of the zombie cheerleaders alone, Finland should win. The song is quite catchy actually.

 

 

If you live in Europe, and plan on watching Eurovision on 20th May, vote for Finland*!

From the Wikipedia entry for Eurovision Song Contest:

The maximum duration of each song is three minutes, and although musicians of any genre can play, the musicians and songs selected for the Contest tend towards very commercial pop (often called ‘Euro Pop’). Some viewers of the Contest view the event as a combination of camp entertainment and a musical train wreck (a fact played upon in the UK broadcast with the sardonic BBC commentary of Terry Wogan) and a subculture of Eurovision Song Contest drinking games has evolved in some countries.

[Thanks, Vidiian.]

* Except if you’re from Finland, of course, since you can’t vote for yourselves.

UPDATE: Brilliant!!! Lordi won the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest!

[Wikipedia entry for Eurovision 2006]

  14 comments for “Finland Must Win

  1. bigwig
    14 May 2006 at 04:20

    well if you like that i thought you might also like

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEO63Ef8RrM

  2. 14 May 2006 at 10:50

    Great Eurovision entry from Finland – but in my mind nothing will ever hold a candle to “My Lovely Horse”!

  3. 14 May 2006 at 12:42

    bigwig: A worthy entry into the hallowed halls of “Rock Music Videos Featuring Zombie Cheerleaders and Set In High Schools”, but there is something almost classic and anthemic about Lordi’s entry. Unfortunately, many of those new school pop punks bands sound the same.

    Guilded Lily: Ah, Father Ted Criley’s classic Eurosong entry from 1996, another great video. That show was awesome. I’ve got the DVDs. :D

  4. 14 May 2006 at 13:44

    I have the whole series on DVD too – the best cure I have found for any type of bad mood!

  5. bigwig
    14 May 2006 at 19:51

    yeah the song is ugh. but zombies!

  6. Dyannamika
    15 May 2006 at 03:52

    Wow, what can I say… zombies, cheerleaders… you can’t go wrong.

    I may have to watch Eurovision just for that!

  7. 15 May 2006 at 04:01

    Dude, you totally have to watch Eurovision, and then get everyone to place bets on who they want to win. :D Years ago, I won some money betting on Sweden. Okay, it was 3 quid, but that was three games of Time Crisis II! Eurovision is especially fun when you watch it with Europeans. Best night in ever.

  8. 15 May 2006 at 16:11

    “Day of Rockening?”

    My God. It’s Full of Rock.

  9. 15 May 2006 at 16:25

    It’s the Arockalypse, dude!

  10. Id
    16 May 2006 at 08:30

    In America we have forgotten how to make bitchin music videos. I am happy to see that the “art” form is not lost.

  11. skanderberg
    17 May 2006 at 02:23

    HETTON VITTU SVENSKA !!!!
    YUJALE

  12. skanderberg
    18 May 2006 at 04:18

    I wonna shower with you sugar lumps
    and its CRILLEY!

  13. joe
    19 May 2006 at 14:45

    Lordi will perform ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’ in the next round of the Eurovision Grand Prix, so prepare to dial in your votes. The official single will be released on 19.05. And then, on 20.05 the final decision will come down in Athens. A grandiose pyro show is guaranteed, and for your viewing pleasure click on the link for a short but amusing film from Finland
    http://files.ww.com/files/15151.html

    Have you seen the trigger happy TV version of the Daz Doorstep challenge….. Genius!
    There is NO working class anymore… Just Chavs and everyone else.
    http://files.ww.com/download.html?id=14207 (Download Daz Sampson Teenage Life music)

  14. 27 June 2007 at 02:20

    More about Lordi –> http://daz.com/artists/Lordi.html
    (including lots of samples)

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