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Ben has been writing about TV, music, and pop culture in some form or another since 2009, including stints at Mental Floss and Temporary Obsession. When not solving puzzles of some sort or consuming pop culture at a frightening pace, he can be found collecting shiny pieces of the internet at GoodAtInter.net. E-mail: ben@whatelseison.tv

Eurovision First Listen: The Netherlands Finally Reveals The Common Linnets’ “Calm After The Storm”

The Netherlands manages to completely throw off my Eurovision Predictor sense, once again.

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Eurovision First Listen: Montenegro Debuts Sergej’s “Moj Svijet”

Montenegro gets an A for effort, but will effort alone win them the Eurovision Song Contest?

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Eurovision First Listen: Sweden Selects Sanna Nielsen’s “Undo”

Sanna Nielsen is finally getting a chance to represent Sweden on the Eurovision stage.

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Eurovision First Listen: Basim Keeps Denmark Anything But “Cliché”

Denmark, this year’s Eurovision host country, has selected their entry. Are they crazy enough to go for a second consecutive contest win?

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Eurovision First Listen: France Selects Twin Twin’s “Moustache”

France follows their own drummer when it comes to Eurovision entries. Do they have the right beat this year?

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Eurovision First Listen: Is Tanja “Amazing” Enough for Estonia?

It’s more upbeat than last year’s entry, but is this year’s Estonian entry too much of a copycat?

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Eurovision First Listen: Ruth Lorenzo’s “Dancing in the Rain” to Represent Spain

Spain has chosen their performer for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Will Europe be up for “Dancing in the Rain” with Ruth Lorenzo?

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Eurovision First Listen: Arazemnieki has a “Cake To Bake” for Latvia

Latvia’s Arazemnieki is bringing more pop-folk flavor to Copenhagen with their song “Cake to Bake”. Will it rise or fall flat come Semifinal 1?

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Eurovision First Listen: Hungary sends Kállay-Saunders’ “Running” to Copenhagen

After sending the more sedate ByeAlex to the Contest last year, Hungary picked Kállay-Saunders to represent them in Copenhagen. Will “Running” keep them in the running for the prize this year?

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Eurovision First Listen: Iceland picks Pollapönk’s “Enga Fordóma”

Iceland has never won the Eurovision Song Contest. Will Pollapönk’s peppy “Enga Fordóma” finally bring them a victory?

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