The team of oikotimes.com reviews the songs for the national finals. This is the case with the Estonia’s Eesti Laul 2013. Read the review and vote for the Estonian songs in our Facebook poll.
1. Young Girl – Armastus
The two boys of Armastus duet bring a slow and calm song called Young Girl. The song has some old tunes and their voices give bad feelings. The duet appeared on stage at the quarterfinal performance dressed with bathrobes to complement the song and voices.Composed by Jaan Tätte juunior and Taavi Tulev.
2. Moving To Mmm – Marilyn Jurman
Marilyn Jurman will sing Moving to Mmm at Estonian first semi-final, an untempo song about a girl who decides to move to another country with the aim of start a new life. The song has some typical pop instruments and a trumpet wich is played in the second part of the song. A little bit happy and positive song written by Marilyn Jurman and Karl Kanter.
3. Meiecundimees üks Korsakov läks eile Lätti – Winny Puhh
Probably one of the most geek songs of this Eurovision season is Meiecundimees üks Korsakov läks eile Lätti sang by Winny Puhh band, a rock song performed with an strange voice emulating the famous cartoon bear Winnie the Pooh. The members of the band cover their faces and wear strange costumes during the performance. Perhaps they don’t want to be recognized by family and friends?
An extremly annoying and repetitive song composed by: Silver Lepaste and Indrek Vaheoja
4. Taevas valgeks läeb – Sarah
Sarah will sing the song Taevas Valgeks läeb, a not very special but nice rock ballad sang in Estonian language composed by Sirli Hiius and Mathura. She will perform at first semi-final of Estonian preselection.
5. Ring the Alarm – Teele & Tuuli & Ula
This duet will perform an original entry at Estonian first semi-final: Ring the Alarm. The musical background is a typical flamenco accompaniment with cajón flamenco and guitars in a song completely different to the flamenco ones wich gives a new music but a little bit repetitive. Composed by Priit Uustulnd and Teele Viira.
6. Follow Me – Rosanna Lints
Rosanna Lints performed her song Follow Me at quaterfinal with a totally different music style wich we can listen in the mp3 provided by Estonian broadcaster. We will know If she will perform a techno song or a ballad in the liveshow. Composed by Rolf Roosalu (semi-finalist), Kristel Aaslaid and Mattias Hapsal.
7. Päästke Noored Hinged – Grete Paia
Grete Paia brings us a nice rock ballad sang in Estonian. Powerful song wich ends with techno sounds with lot of chances of qualifing and end high at final. Composed by herself and Sven Lohmus.
8. Enough – Elina Born
Elina Born will sing the R&B song Enough. A very comercial song with some techno sounds wich has also chances of qualifing due the low level in this sem-final. Composed by Stig Rasta and Fred Krieger.
9. Suuda Öelda ei – Korsikud
This trio of men will perform in Estonian at first semi-final. A pop song with strings, ukeleles, acordion, xilophone and keyboard played in an original way by the three components. Composed by Andrus Albrecht, Alari Piispea, Lauri Liivak and Jaan Pehk.
10. The missing thing – anisa
Anisa will peform a not very special techno disco song. We have been able to listen better songs in this genere at Eurovision in the past years despite it has chances of qualifiying for the nation final.
Composed by Alar Kotkas, Pearu Paulus, Ilmar Laisaar and Jana Hallas.
1. Üle vee – Liisi Koikson ja Söörömöö
Liisi will sing this classy song at Estonian second semi-final. The music in the background is performed with jazz instrument like the trumpet or the bass. Composed by ImmI.
2. Et uus saaks alguse – Birgit Õigemeel
Another song in Estonian brings Birgit Õigemeel. A pop ballad that remembers some Icelandinc songs in this genere with chances of qualfying. Composed by Mihkel Mattisen and Silvia Soro.
3. Balance Of Water & Stone – Tenfold Rabbit
The band Tenfold Rabbit will perform this song at second semi-final. Typical pop song wich inculdes an acordion accompaniment, with a happy chour and very strange tempo changes in some parts of the song. Composed by Andres Kõpper, Meelik Samel, and Martin Petermann Sõnad.
4. Uhhuu – Liis Lemsalu
Liis Lemsalu will sing a catchy song called Uhhuu. In the American style, the main characteristic feature of the song is the uhhuu part wich we can listen in the chours. Liis performed with the company of some musicians and backing vocalists at the quarterfinal. Composed by Rene Puura,m and Liis Lemsalu.
5. Maybe – Marie Vaigla
Marie Vaigla will sing Maybe at second semi-final. A not very special soul song composed by Raul Vaigla and Marie Vaigla.
6. Dance – Rasmus Rändvee & Facelift Deer
Another band is trying to represent Estonia at Eurovision in Malmo. A rock song with lot of imaginary elements on its lyrics to invite the people to dance. Composed by Rasmus Rändvee, Paal Piller and Karl Kallas.
7. With U – Rolf Roosalu
Rolf Roosalu brings another ballad in this competition. Nice ballad despite we have seen lot of better songs in this genere, his voice sounds a bit ugly destroying some parts of the song. Composed by himself.