NOW That's What I Call Eurovision Song Contest (2LP)
Release date: 27 April, 2023
- Vinyl LP
With the 67th contest taking place in the UK in May, Eurovision fever is about to hit!!! NOW That’s What I Call Eurovision Song Contest presents the ultimate collection of winners, memorable and enduring classics, and fan favourites. Celebrate the legacy with 36 songs across 2LPs – LP1 pressed on translucent red, and LP2 pressed on translucent blue vinyl.
LP1 kicks off with the most celebrated winner ever! - ABBA with ‘Waterloo’ followed by two of the UK’s all-time favourite winners from Bucks Fizz and Brotherhood Of Man. The first disc includes the anthems ‘Hallelujah’ and ‘Love Shine A Light’ before the massively popular winner ‘Fairytale’ from Alexander Rybak, and dance-floor fillers from Charlotte Perrelli, Gina G, and Dana International. Over on side 2, Måns Zelmerlöw with ‘Heroes’ opens, followed by ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’ from Conchita, before two huge hits from 2022; UK runner-up ‘SPACE MAN’ from Sam Ryder, and the huge viral smash ‘SNAP’ from Rosa Linn. Lordi and Måneskin brought Rock to the contest – and won! The LP concludes with the most recent winner ‘Stefania’ from KALUSH.
LP2 presents a run of perfect Pop gems, including Loreen with ‘Euphoria’, ‘Popular’ from Eric Saade, ‘Wild Dances’ from Ruslana, Helena Paparizou, Verka Serduchka and Netta, before heading back to well-loved ‘80s winners from Nicole with ‘A Little Peace’, Johnny Logan’s ‘What’s Another Year’, and one of the greatest singers ever, Céline Dion with the 1988 victor ‘Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi’. Flip the LP over for the final side which is all about celebrating the earlier years of the contest… the classic ‘Congratulations’ by Cliff Richard is leading the track-list. Sandie Shaw’s ‘Puppet On A String’ is up next, before more Pop perfection from Teach In with ‘Ding-A-Dong’, Mouth & MacNeal’s ‘I See A Star’, and Baccara with ‘Parlez-Vous Francais?’. ‘L’Oiseau Et L’Enfant’ from Marie Myriam leads into timeless ballads from Anne-Marie David with ‘Wonderful Dream’, and Gigliola Cinquetti with ‘Go (Before You Break My Heart)’, before closing with the timeless ‘All Kinds Of Everything’ from Dana.
36 Tracks celebrating an incredible legacy - NOW That’s What I Call Eurovision Song Contest