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Narodnozabavni rock

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"Narodnozabavni rock"
Ansambel zlindra kalamari-narodnozabavni rock.jpg
Single by Ansambel Roka Žlindre and Kalamari
Released2010
Recorded2010
GenrePop
Length2:57
Songwriter(s)Marino Legović and Leon Oblak
Slovenia "Narodnozabavni rock"
Eurovision Song Contest 2010 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Leon Oblak
Lyricist(s)
Marino Legović
Finals performance
Semi-final result
16th
Semi-final points
6
Entry chronology
◄ "Love Symphony" (2009)   
"Vanilija" (2011) ►

"Narodnozabavni rock" (Folkpop rock) is a song written by Marino Legović and Leon Oblak and performed by Ansambel Roka Žlindre and Kalamari, who represented Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The song was the winner of the EMA 2010 contest held on 21 February 2010, receiving a total of 15,907 televotes, almost five times as many votes as runner-up Nina Pušlar, who received 3,527.[1][2]

The song did not progress to the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 final from the second semifinal, reaching 16th place out of 17.

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Track listing

Promotion CD
  1. Narodnozabavni rock
  2. Native folk rock (English Version)
  3. Oberkrainer rock 'n' roll (German version)
  4. Narodnozabavni rock (Slovenian - Turbo harmonika remix)
  5. Narodnozabavni rock (Slovenian - Turbo remix)
  6. Oberkrainer rock 'n' roll (German - Turbo Harmonika Remix)
  7. Oberkrainer rock 'n' roll (German - Turbo Remix)
  8. Narodnozabavni rock (Karaoke version)
  9. Narodnozabavni rock (Instrumental version)
  • Video EMA 2010 "Narodnozabavni rock"
  • multimedijska predstavitev/multimedia presentation

References

  1. ^ Webb, Glen (21 February 2010). "Anzambel Roka Žlindere & Kalamari to Oslo for Slovenia!". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  2. ^ Grillhofer, Florian (21 February 2010). "Slovenia sends Roka Žlindre & Kalamari to Eurovision". ESCToday. Retrieved 21 February 2010.

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This page was last edited on 13 April 2020, at 00:32
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