Saturday, February 28, 2015

Moldova - I Want Your Love - Eduard Romanyuta

11 - 41 pts in semi 1
promo cds

I Want Your Love by Eduard Romanyuta is the Moldovan entry for the 2015 contest.
The singer won the Moldovan selection 'O Melodie Pentru Europa 2015'.
The song is written by Erik Lewander (Sweden), Hayley Aitken (Australia) and Tom Andrews (U.K.).

Watch the video at Eurovision.tv's youtube.

The song is released through most digital sources.
A remix can be heard at Eduards Youtube channel.

1st Digital Release Image
The promo used in Vienna features three versions of I Want Your Love plus six other songs, including Silence, his first attempt at Eurovision via Ukraine (2009).

The disc also has videos including two versions of I Want Your Love and his Ukrainian preselection songs I'll Never Let You Go (2012) and Get Real With My Heart (2013). It also includes a photo section.
Audio tracks:
1. I want your love (Official version)
2. I want your love (Radio remake)
3. I want your love (Electro House remix)
4. Reckless
5. Nightmare
6. Betray
7. No regrets
8. I'll find you
9. Silence

Another promo is a DVD with more or less the same content (10 audios, 4 videos),  housed in a DVD box.

DVD box promo

Versions
I Want Your Love - Eurovision version
- on the official Vienna 2CD
I Want Your Love - Radio remake
I Want Your Love - Electro House remix
- above three on promo cds.
I Want Your Love - Karaoke 
- on the official karaoke album, digital release

Romanyuta is a singer from Ukraine, who was a bit of a child star in his home country.
He initially recorded I Want Your Love to represent Ukraine in Vienna, but after the country withdrew he tried his luck in neighbouring Moldova and with result.


2nd DRI
Eduard Romanyuta entered the Ukranian National Final three times and a first attempt that stranded in the semi.
2009 - Silence (semi final)
2011 - Берега (Shores, 7th)
2012 - I'll never let go (5th)
2013 - Get real with my heart (3rd)
Three of the songs can be found on the CD album Conspiracy. (Digital release, Ditto music). Some digital release tracklists include all four of them.



Links and sources
Eduard Romayuta Website and FB
Thanks to Jean François and to Jussi.

Remember these from Moldova?
2014 - Cristina Scarlat
2013 - Aliona Moon
2012 - Pasha Parfeny
2011 - Zdob Si Zdub
2010 - Sunstroke Project ft. Olia Tira
2009 - Nelly Ciobanu

Finland - Aina Mun Pitää - Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät

Digital release image / vinyl single 
16 - 13 pts in semi 1

The Finnish entry for Vienna is Aina Mun Pitää (When I Have To...) by punk band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät (a.k.a. PKN).
PKN won the 2015 of the Finnish selection UMK (Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu).
The band was founded in 2009 in Helsinki, when the members met at a workshop for people with learning disabilities.
PKN are Kari Aalto , Pertti Kurikka, Sami Helle and Toni Välitalo.
In 2012 the band featured in the TV movie The Punk Syndrome (Kovasikajuttu), documenting the daily life with autism and Down syndrome.

Aina Mun Pitää clocks just under one and a half minute and will be the shortest ever entry in Eurovision history allowing the rules to allow it.

Aina Mun Pitää is released on a three track vinyl 7" inch single. (Epic / Sony 0888750548771).
The single has three tracks:
1 Aina mun pitää (1:24)
2 Diaknoosi vammainen (1:27)
3 Sofianlehto (1:07)
A promo cdsingle in a similar was also issued. (Epic / Sony 0888750548726)

UMK digital album
Aina Mun Pitää is also already released as a digital single, available through most well known digitessen like iTunes, Amazon and what have you....
All UMK songs have been released through iTunes and other digital shops.
A promo CD has been issued (Friedmusic 2015011301). No CD in the shops though.

Versions
Aina Mun Pitää - Eurovision version
- 7"inch vinyl single, on the official Vienna 2CD
Aina Mun Pitää - Karaoke (Instrumental)
- on the official karaoke album, digital release

Other releases
PKN are as punk as you can get, their 2012 album Sikakovapaketti was released on cassette with only 50 copies made available to the public. Of 2013 compilation album Coffee Not Tea, with a collection of tracks previously released on singles and EPs 200 copies were made. Also on cassette only.
2012 album Kuus Kuppia Kahvia... Ja Yks Kokis, was released on CD and is still available.
They have already released a follow up vinyl Mies Haisee, a split EP with three tracks by PKN and two by Karanteeni. This one comes in six different editions.

The Best Of Greatest Hits
On May 8 PKN released their album The Best Of Greatest Hits. 37(!) tracks of punk and noise to be enjoyed by all. It includes the Eurovision entry, follow up single Oma Rauha and timeless classics like Multa Vietiin Hammasharja, MechelininkadullaSä et oo normaaliHäirikkö-ToniMongoloidi and many others.
Full tracklist below. (Epic/Sony 0888750853820) Also on 2LP (Epic/Sony 0888750853813)
You can shop for all things Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät here.

Seatbelts DRI
American coverversion
American rock band The Seatbelts have recorded and released an English version of Aina Mun Pitää titled I Always Have To. The digital release is available at iTunes.
Watch the video here.

Links and sources
YLE's UMK pages and Eurovision pages
PKN Website and FB
The Punk Syndrome
UMK FB
The Vinyl single at CDDDE, thanks to Jean-François

The recent entries of Finland
2014 - Softengine
2013 - Krista Siegfried
2012 - Pernilla Karlsson
2011 - Paradise Oskar
2010 - Kuunkuiskaajat
2009 - Waldo's People

The Best Of Greatest Hits - Tracklist
1 Aina mun pitää
2 Diagnoosivammainen

3 Sofianlehto

4 Multa vietiin hammasharja

5 Häirikkö-Toni

6 Mä en tarvi mitään

7 Tarkkailija

8 Mongoloidi

9 Tyhmä elämä

10 Me ollaan runkkareita

11 Avaimet
12 Roskaa
13 Mies haisee
14 Oma rauha
15 Kehitysvammainen
16 Puolitoista tuoppia
17 Kyläyhteisön Ulla
18 Leipäveitsi
19 Mechelininkadulla
20 Miks ei kukaan ymmärrä?
21 Mä vihaan maailmaa
22 Kallioon
23 Päättäjä on pettäjä
24 Mikä mättää?
25 Muutan mun kavereille
26 Puhevika
27 Kovasikajuttu
28 Haluan toimintaa
29 Läski-Kari
30 Pyhäpäivä
31 Sä et oo normaali
32 Asuntolaelämää
33 Naapurissa asuu nainen
34 En viihdy kotona
35 Pertin luo kylään
36 Kuus kuppia kahvia
37 Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät

Slovenia - Here For You - Maraaya

14 - 39 pts / 5 - 92 pts in semi 2

Here For You by Maraaya is the winner of the Slovenian selection EMA and the song represented Slovenia in the Vienna contest.
The duo, couple Marjetka and Aleš Vovk, wrote the song themselves.
Promo CD
Aleš Vovk, better known as Raay is a songwriter and producer who also gave us last years Slovenian entry Round And Round by Tinkara Kovač.

Digital Release Image
The first version of Here For You officially released is the radio edit (3:23 sec). It's available through your regular digital shops.
The Eurovision edit has not been released seperately but can be bought as a single track from the Official Vienna 2015 album. (But I guess y'all got the 2CD by now)

A Vocal Orchestra version is recorded with A capella group Perpetuum Jazzile. (Watch and listen here at Eurovision TV's Youtube).
This one has also been released as a digital 1-track.

Pic from Maraayas FB
For Vienna a promo CD was made with 9 versions of the Here For You and one other track: Their 2014 single Lovin' Me. (MRY CD 001)
1. Here For You - Radio Edit
2. Here For You - Tomec & Grabber Guitar Alternative
3. Here For You - Ramus Vienna RMX
4. Here For You - ft Perpetuum Jazzile
5. Here For You - Maraaya & Popsing
6. Here For You - Instrumental (of Radio version)
7. Here For You - Ramus Vienna RMX instrumental
8. Here For You - ESC version
9. Here For You - ESC karaoke + key intro
10. Lovin' Me (radio)
The ESC karaoke (track 9) has a few notes more in the intro compared to the karaoke on the official karaoke album.
Most tracks have not been released outside the promo CD


DRI Perpetuum Jazzile version
Versions
Here For You - ESC version
- on official Vienna 2CD
Here For You - Radio Edit
- digital single release
Here For You - Tomec & Grabber Guitar Alternative
Here For You - Ramus Vienna RMX
Here For You - ft Perpetuum Jazzile
- digital single release
Here For You - Maraaya & Popsing
Here For You - Instrumental (of Radio version)
Here For You - Ramus Vienna RMX instrumental
Here For You - ESC karaoke + key intro
- all above on promo cds
Here For You - Karaoke (Instrumental)
- on official karaoke album, digital release
Both karaoke's are actually instrumental

Charts
Sweden Digilistan top 60: 17, 42
Austria top 75: 23, 72

Slovenija Na Evroviziji 
RTVSLO have released an interesting compilation album featuring highlights from Slovenia's Eurovision history.
It also includes the 2015 entry.
The album features three Slovenian entries from the Yugoslavia era, 11 Slovenian entries and the 2014 Junior Eurovision entry.
More details here at the RTVSLO shop (in Slovenian) and here in English.

Tracks:
1. Berta Ambrož - Brez Besed (Version with orchestra YU 1966)
2. Lado Leskovar - Vse Rože Sveta (YU 1967)
3.
Pepel in kri - Dan Ljubezni (YU 1975)
4. 1 X Band - Tih Deževen Dan (1993)
5. Darja Švajger - Prisluhni mi (1995)
6. Vili Resnik - Naj Bogovi Slišijo (1998)
7. Nuša Derenda - Ne, Ni Res (Energy, 2001)
8. Sestre - Samo Ljubezen  (2002)
9. Omar Naber - Stop (2005)
10. Alenka Gotar - Cvet Z Juga (2007)
11. Maja Keuc - Vanilija (No One, 2011)
12. Eva Boto - Verjamem (2012)
13. Tinkara Kovač - Spet (Round And Round, 2014)
14. Maraaya - Here For You (ESC edit, 2015)
15. Ula Ložar - Nisi Sam (Junior ESC 2014)


Links and sources
RTVSLO EMA and Eurovision pages
Maraaya website and FB
Thanks to Jean François and to Nigel

Slovenia gave us these
2014 - Tinkara Kovač
2013 - Hannah Mancini
2012 - Eva Boto
2011 - Maja Keuc
2010 - Roka Žlindere and Kalamari
2009 - Quartissimo ft. Martina

Friday, February 27, 2015

Ireland - Playing With Numbers - Molly Sterling

Digital release image
12 - 35 pts in semi 2

Ireland celebrates 50 years of Eurovision with 16 year old Molly Sterling. Her winning Eurosong-song Playing With Numbers is the 49th entry for the emerald isle, the country that still holds the record for most Eurovision victories (7).
Watch and listen here at Molly Sterlings website.

Playing With Numbers is written by Greg French and Molly Sterling.

A new version is recorded for Eurovision. This version along with the karaoke version, is released through digital sources on April 3.


Picture from Molly Sterling Facebook
Versions
Playing With Numbers - Eurovision version
- on the official Vienna 2CD
Playing With Numbers - Karaoke version
- on the official karaoke album, digital release
- both as digital single
Playing With Numbers - first version
- video clip only

Charts
Ireland top 100: 77

Links and sources
Molly Sterling website and FB


The Irish entries of the past few years
2014 - Can-linn ft Casey Smith
2013 - Ryan Dolan
2012 - Jedward the second
2011 - Jedward
2010 - Niamh Kavanagh
2009 - Sinead Mulvey and Black Daisy

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Lithuania - This Time - Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila

18 - 30 pts / 7 - 67 pts in semi 2

After a multi week extravanza the Lithuanian people enjoyed a final with three songs performed three times by three different artists.
The winning song is This Time, written by Bikus Vytautas and Monika Liubinaitė.
The performers for Vienna, Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila, were decided a week later.
cdsingle
The singers remaining for the last stage the competition were Mia, Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila, but they opted for two versions in the final: a duet version by Linkytė and Baumila and a solo version by Mia.

A cdsingle issued by LRT includes six versions of This Time.
01. This Time 
02. This Time - Acoustic version
03. This Time - Version Francaise
04. This Time - Dabar  - Lietuviška versija
05. This Time - Karaoke
06. This Time - One Element Remix
Track 1 is a slightly different version from the one on the official Eurovision CD. It's a little bit longer, best noted in the final 10 seconds where there are some more oooh and woos. The karaoke version on the cds is also different from the official karaoke album release.
The Eurovision version on the cdsingle also sounds different (better) than the version on the Vienna 2CD. Vocals are more in front and less drowned in the backings. Thanks Frank for noticing!.

All national final songs were first presented in demo versions. The demo of This Time was recorded by Vaidas Baumila, one of the finalists.
The English duet version has been released on March 26.
The Lithuanian version has appeared on Monika's Youtube on April 22.
Baumila released his new album Iš Naujo. It features his solo version of This Time.
The album is available through digital sources and it's also released on CD in Lithuania.

Monika Linkytė has released her solo album Walk With Me in September. It features the duet version that can also be found on the cdsingle. Out through Gyva Muzika on CD and digital releases.
The album includes songs in Lithuanian and English Also includes singles Po Dangum and Aitvarai.



Digital release image
Versions:
This Time - Eurovision version
- Vienna 2CD. 
This Time - Single version
- on Monika Linkytė solo CD Walk With Me
This Time - Dabar - Lithuanian version
This Time - French version
- Lithuanian and French on Youtube
This Time - Acoustic version
This Time - One Element Remix
This Time - Karaoke of single version
- all above except ESC version on cdsingle
This Time - Original (demo) by Vaidas Baumila solo
- on CD Baumila CD Iš Naujo.
This Time - Karaoke of Eurovision version
- on official karaoke album, digital release

Charts
Austria top 75: 59

pic from Baumila's Facebook
Links and sources
LRT Eurovision pages
Monika Linkytė FB
Vaidas Baumila FB
Thanks to F. Balderas (see comments) and thanks to Frank.

Lithuania brought us these in recent contests:
2014 - Vilija Matačiūnaitė
2013 - Andrijus Pojavis
2012 - Donny Montell
2011 - Evelyna Sashenko
2010 - Inculto
2009 - Sasha Son(g)

Iceland - Unbroken - María Ólafs

Promo sleeve, love the Sound Of Music pose.
15 - 14 pts in semi 2

María Ólafsdóttir has won the Icelandic preselection Söngvakeppnin 2015 with the song Unbroken.
In the first round Maria sang the song in Icelandic as Lítil Skref (Small step) but in the final the English version was performed.

The English version has been released through all your favorite digital sources. There she goes by the name Maria Olafs.

The English version on the Vienna 2CD has a slightly different arrangement and has undergone some lyric changes. Instead of singing "A step at the time" (in the first version) Maria now sings "One step at the time".

The first promo cdsingle features the Eurovision version, the remix and a karaoke version (see versions below).
The presskit used in Vienna includes the 5 track EP (see below)

Unbroken EP
Maria Olafs releases a 5-track EP includingUnbroken and two remixes of the song.. The EP will be released digitally. CDs are also made, and they should be available in Icelandic shops (Grocery stores) by now.
The release has been sold at in-store signings in co-operation with Coca Cola.
Tracks: 
1. Unbroken   
2. Wild As Summerlove       
3. Dancing In The Storm      
4. Unbroken (Ingi Bauer x Larus x StopWaitGo Remix)   
5. Unbroken (StopWaitGo Remix)

Unbroken is written by Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson, Pálmi Ragnar Ásgeirsson and Sæþór Kristjánsson who also wrote the other song that made it to the 2-song superfinal, Once Again by Friðrik Dór.


Digital release image
Versions
Unbroken - English version
- on the official Vienna 2CD, promo cds
Lítil Skref - Original icelandic
- on CD Söngvakeppnin 2015, see below
Unbroken - First English version
- first digital release
Unbroken - Remix (= Ingi Bauer x Larus x StopWaitGo Remix)
- promo cds
Unbroken (StopWaitGo Remix)   
- above two remixes on Unbroken EP
Unbroken - Karaoke
- on the official karaoke album, digital release
Unbroken - Karaoke (longer version)
- on promo cds
Lítil Skref - Án söngs = Icelandic karaoke
on CD Söngvakeppnin 2015, see below
You can watch a live acoustic session of the Icelandic version here.


The Söngvakeppnin CD
All songs of the 2015 Icelandic selection have been released on the album Söngvakeppnin 2015.
The album features the 12 songs in their original Icelandic versions and karaoke version of all songs.
The CD is out now and avialable at BeaRecords.
The digital version is available here at Tónlist and other digital sources.
See tracklist below.


Links and sources:
Maria Ólafs FB
Söngvakeppnin FB
RÚV Eurovision pages
Special thanks to RÚV and Hands Up music
Thanks to Lior for spotting the differences in the versions.

Also check out these other Icelandic entries from recent contests:
2014 - Pollapönk
2013 - Eyþór Ingi
2012 - Greta Salomé and Jónsi
2011 - Sjonni's Friends
2010 - Hera Björk
2009 - Yohanna

Tracklist Söngvakeppnin 2015
1. Aldrei of Seint -  Regina Osk
2. Augnablik -  Stefania Svavarsdottir
3. Brotið Gler -  Bjarni Hall
4. Fjaðrir -  Sunday
5. Fyrir Alla -  Cadem
6. Í Kvöld -  Elín Sif Halldórsdóttir
7. Í Síðasta Skipti -  Friðrik Dór
8. Lítil Skref -  María Ólafsdóttir
9. Milljón Augnablik -  Haukur Heiðar Hauksson
10. Myrkrið Hljótt -  Erna Hrönn Ólafsdóttir
11. Piltur Og Stúlka -  Björn Og Félagar
12. Þú Leitar Líka Að Mér -  Hinemoa
13-24 Án söngs (karaoke) versions of all the songs

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Armenia - Face The Shadow - Genealogy

16 - 34 pts / 7 - 77 pts in semi 1

promo cds
Armenia has chosen to send a collective of singers with Armenian roots from five continents to Vienna. The sixth singer, Inga Arshakyan, is from Armenia.
The group is named Genealogy and they performed the song Face The Shadow.
Face The Shadow is written by Armen Martirosyan with lyrics by Inna Mkrtchyan.
Martirosyan also wrote the 2010 entry Apricot Stone which also had a tree....

ARM TV disclosed the names of the six singers one by one starting Februari 16. (see below).

The song was originally titled Don't Deny, but to avoid confusion about the message tying with the 100 years anniversary of the Armenian genocide the title was changed to Face The Shadow.
They also changed the logo's on the facebook pages as the original one was very similar to the one of the Armenian genocide centennial. (see end of page).
The song was presented on March 12.
Watch here at Eurovision TV.


Digital release image
A seperate promo cds features the Eurovision version and the Sunside remix of Face The Shadow. (The remix is track 1)
A promo set has three discs: 1 with the same tracks as the cdsingle, a cd-rom with press material and a DVD with the video.

You can listen to the remix at The Sunsides Soundcloud.




Versions
Face The Shadow - Eurovision version
- on the official Vienna 2CD
Face The Shadow - Sunside remix
- on promo cds, soundcloud
Face The Shadow - Karaoke version (Instrumental)
- on the official karaoke album, digital release
promo folder hosting the 3 discs

Genealogy members
Essaï Altounian (Եսայի Ալթունյան) from France
Tamar Kaprelian (Թամար Գաբրելեան) U.S.A. (Arizona)
Vahe Tilbian (Վահե Թիլբյան) Ethiopia
Stephanie Topalian (Ստեֆանի Թօփալեան a.k.a. ステファニー) from Japan
Mary-Jean O'Doherty Vazmatzian (Մերի - Ջին Օ'Դոհերթի Վասմաթզյանին) Australia
Inga Arshakyan (Ինգա Արշակյաններ) Armenia

Inga Arshakyan (left) in 2009
Jan Jan
Inga Arshakyan was the last of the six singers to be revealed, at the same time as the song. Eurovision fans know her from the Armenian entry Jan Jan which she sang with her sister Anush. The duo ended 10th in the Moscow contest of 2009.
You can read everything about this entry here at the Moscow Collection.

Links and sources
Genealogy FB
Special thanks to Jean François

Original logo from Genealogy Facebook
Armenia's entries in recent years
2014 - Aram MP3
2013 - Dorians
2012 - No participation
2011 - Emmy
2010 - Eva Rivas
2009 - Inga and Anush Arshakyans


Sunday, February 8, 2015

Denmark - The Way You Are - Anti Social Media

Digital release image iTunes
13 - 33 pts in semi 1

The band Anti Social Media has won the Danish Melodi Grand Prix with their song The Way You Are.
The song is written by Remee and Chief 1.

For Remee and Chief 1 it's their second Danish Eurovision entry. They co-wrote the 2012 entry Should Have Known Better for Soluna Samay.
Remee was also one of the writers of Disappear, the German entry by No Angels that only got to 23 in 2008.
You can read more about the songwriters here at the Baku Collection.

The Way You Are is released through RE:A:CH (Remee and Chief1's record label) via your usual digital sources and can also be found on the DMGP album (see below).

The Way EP
A six track digital EP is released on May 15. It features the original DMGP version of The Way You Are.
1. More Than A Friend
2. The Way You Are
3. Whoopsie Daisy
4. Fire Exit
5. Until You Came
6. City Bound
Out through RE:A:CH records




versions
The Way You Are - Eurovision version
- on the official Vienna 2CD
The Way You Are - DMGP version
- on the Melodi Grand Prix CD
The Way You Are (Freisig Classic mix)
- digital release
The Way You Are - Eurovision karaoke (Instrumental)
- on the official karaoke album, digital release
The Way You Are - DMGP karaoke (Instrumental)
- on the Melodi Grand Prix CD

First digital release image
The difference between the DMGP and Eurovision versions is in the intro which is slightly shorter in the Eurovision versions. The remix is part of a three track digital release which also has the unedited DMGP versions. Thanks to Lior for spotting that (here).
You can listen to the remix here at Lars Freisigs Youtube.



Charts
Danish Tracklisten top 40: 38, -

DMGP CD
All ten songs from the 2015 Danish preselection have been released on the CD album Melodi Grand Prix 2015. The album also includes instrumental versions of the songs. (SME (Sony) 888750-15422)
See tracklist below.
The CD is available now at BeaRecords

Links and sources:
Anti Social Media FB
DR  DMGP and Eurovision pages
RE:A:CH  FB
Thanks to Lior


Denmarks latest hits
2014 - Basim
2013 - Emmelie De Forest
2012 - Soluna Samay
2011 - A Friend In London
2010 - Chanee and N'Evergreen
2009 - Niels Brinck

Tracklist Melodi Grand Prix 2015
 1 Tina & René – Mi Amore
 2 Anne Gadegaard – Suitcase
 3 Babou – Manjana

 4 Cecilie Alexandra – Hotel a
 5 Anti Social Media – the Way You Are
 6 Julie Bjerre - Tæt På Mine Drømme
 7 Andy Roda – Love is Love
 8 Sara Sukurani – Love Me Love Me
 9 Marcel & Soulman Group – Når Veje Krydses
10 World of Girls – Summer Without You
Plus instrumental versions


Sunday, February 1, 2015

Cyprus - One Thing I Should Have Done - John Karayiannis

Digital release image (2 track issue)
22 - 11 pts / 6 - 87 pts in semi 2

Cyprus returns to the Eurovision stage after a year absence. John Karayiannis (Giannis Karagiannis, Γιάννης Καραγιάννης) won the Cypriot selection with the acoustic ballad One Thing I Should Have Done.
The song is written by Mike Connaris and John Karayiannis himself.

There is a new version made for Eurovision, the main changes are in the recording of the acoustic guitar and the violins come in a bit earlier in the new mix.

Watch the first version official video here at CyBC
The new version is here at Eurovision.tv's Youtube channel.
2nd promo cds

first promo cds
Releases
A 2-track digital release has one version called Promo mix which is again slightly different from the other releases. The second one is the Unplugged mix featuring a string section.
Both are also released on a promo CD.
A second promo cds has the Promo mix and the Euroclub remix.

The Euroclub remix (by Pepperoni Mohawx) is released as a two track digital release also including an instrumental version of the remix.


Digital release image 
Versions
One Thing I Should Have Done - Eurovision version
- on the official Vienna 2CD
One Thing I Should Have Done - Promo mix
- on both promo cdsingles
One Thing I Should Have Done - Unplugged mix
- digital release, 1st promo
One Thing I Should Have Done - First version
- first digital release
One Thing I Should Have Done - Euroclub mix Pepperoni Mohawx
- 2nd promo cds, digital release
One Thing I Should Have Done - Euroclub remix instrumental
- digital release
One Thing I Should Have Done - Karaoke (Instrumental)
- on the official karaoke album, digital release

Charts
Sweden Digilistan top 60: 39
Austria top 75: 61


digital release image remixes
Mike Connaris
10 years ago Connaris gave us the wonderful Stronger Every Minute, performed by Lisa Andreas, which ended fifth, the highest place Cyprus ever achieved in Eurovision.
He wrote and produced several Cypriot national final entries including If You Go for Constantinos (2005) and Invincible (2006) and Moments Of Madness (2008) for Eleni Skarpari.
He also wrote a few NF entries in the U.K. including Sexy Sadie's I Won't Let You Do This To Me (2000), Alberta's Don't It Make You Feel So Good (1998) and personal favorite I Just Wanna Make Love 2U by Lois (1996)


Links and sources:
John Karayiannis Website and FB
Thanks to Jean-François

Remember these entries from Cyprus?
2013 - Despina Olympiou
2012 - Ivi Adamou
2011 - Christos Mylordos
2010 - Jon Lilygreen and the Islanders
2009 - Christine Metaxa