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Eurovision 2012: Bulgaria


BULGARIA – “LOVE UNLIMITED” – SOFI MRANOVA (SF2-08)
“Amor Ilimitado” desde el título queda claro lo que Sofi quiere decir en su canción, a mi me suena a Trance del Sudeste Europeo de ese que sólo suena allá entre Bulgaria y Rumania, me hace acordar mucho de la Rumana Inna en ritmo, el mensaje es fuerte y claro, porque va en no menos de 7 idiomas diferentes, que incluye al español y al azerí. Yo la verdad, es que no la veo en la final, pero todo puede ocurrir.
Bulgaria va de 8 en la Segunda Semifinal después de la canción ucraniana y antes de la eslovena, el próximo 24 de Mayo.

BULGARIA – “LOVE UNLIMITED” – SOFI MIRANOVA (SF2-08)
From the title, it’s clear the message from Sofi’s song, it sounds to me too Trance, the one from the European Southeast what usually sounds between Romania and Bulgaria, being honest this song reminds me a little bit of Inna’s songs in rhythm. The message is clear and loud (she screams a little) and we can understand it because it goes in not least than 7 languages from all across the Europe, including French, Spanish even the Azerbaijani, aside the English of course. Actually, I don’t see her in the final but everything could happen ;)
Bulgaria goes 8th after the Ukrainian song and before the Slovenian one, in the first half of the Second Semifinal of Eurovision 2012.
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