Thursday, August 6, 2020

The latest at the Tel Aviv collection

Welcome to the Tel Aviv Collection, בברכה
It’s year 11 for the Collection blogs, and this time we’re in Tel Aviv, Israel.
I know it took a while, but work on the Eurovision Collectors Guide 1956-2018 took most of the time available the past few months.
As usual, you'll find all official releases (physical and digital), promo info (as much as possible) and the odd coverversion, chart position and important trivia.

Always more to come, the latest updated pages are at the top of this links list. Thanks to all who have sent me info and alerts, Special thanks to Rick, to Nigel and to Krzysztof.

20/20 The Rotterdam Collection is here


Australia - First ever National Final won by Kate Miller-Heidke, remixes and acoustic out now. Digital EP with yet another remix,
2020 Blue vinyl single.
The Netherlands - Duncan Laurence sings Arcade, Out now!
WINNER OF THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST 2019! 
New 2020 Vinyl release.
Norway - MGP songs online, KEiiNO jojks to victory, Club mix out now, Acoustic version. Norway wins the Televote. OKTA CD out May 15.
Slovenia - Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl Dare To Dream version out now, promo info, 2020 LP, At Home EP version
Let's Get Physical - All releases you can touch and buy in a shop. 2020 LP's
Eurovision Collectors Guide 1956-2018 - Print your own book.
Iceland Söngvakeppninn release, Hate will prevail. 2020: LP CD out now!

Azerbaijan
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Truth! Chingiz Mustafayev, out now, Acoustic version, New remix out now

Finland - Darude didn't take Tel Aviv by (sand)storm? (Look away now), October remixes out now
Spain - Miki Nuñez to Tel Aviv, OT CD out now, new version, promo info, CD Amuza out now
Limited edition vinyl, 7" available since July 26, Shop now!
Switzerland - Dirty dancing with Luca Hänni, #1 hit, chart trivia. Greek-ish version, 7 remixes out now
San Marino We. Love. Serhat, Say Na Na Na, cdsingle now available, Album That's How I Feel out now. Sing Na Na Na auf Deutsch x 6
North Macedonia - Tamara returns after 11 years and she's proud of it. Listen to her song now. Remixes on the Tube. Winner of the Jury vote. Cyrillic remix out now
Cyprus - It's Tamta!, really, it is. Play Replay now, promo info, new acoustic version out now
Romania - Listen to the competing songs, Ester Peony On A Sunday, new version, promo & cdsingle
France - Bilal Hassani rules, Kingdom out now! prom & versions update.
Serbia Beovizija songs online, Nevena Božović wins, New version out now, versions and promo update
Albania - Jonida Maliqi won the 57th Festivali i Këngës, Single out now. Eurovision version out now, Fest 57 digital album
Italy - Mahmood wins Sanremo, Sanremo Vinyl singles,  2CD/2LP out now, Release updates. Benny Benassi mixes Soldi, CD/vinyl boxset, More remixes, More new versions, Silver for Mahmood, 100.000.000 YT views.
Malta - Michela Pace, listen to Chameleon, the last one to be released is out now, New Chameleon, spot the difference, promo info
Montenegro - Listen to the competing songs, Heaven for D Mol but no final, promo info
Hungary - A Dal CD out now, Joci gets a 2nd chance and a new version for Tel Aviv but no final, promo info
Belgium - Wake Up with Eliot Vassamillet. Acoustic version out now, promo info
Greece - Katerina Duska, Better Love out now, promo
Russia - Sergey gets a second chance, Scream today, Lightsaber remix, more remixes, Russian version
Austria - Pænda unlimited, single out now, remix, Darude gets his hands on Limits, out now.
United Kingdom - You Decided: Michel Rice to Eurovision, single out now, 7th Heaven remixes finally released
Sweden - MF CD, John Lundvik, it's his turn, remixes out now.
Denmark - Listen to the competing songs, Leonora wins, Strings version.
Lithuania - Eurovizijos Dainų Konkurso Nacionalinė Atranka 2019 won by Jurijus, new version out now, who's Jurij? Remix out now.
Jurijus has an album out now.
Czech Republic - Friend of a friend rerecorded
Estonia - Listen to the competing songs, Victor Crone to Tel Aviv, Remix out now
Belarus - Like it or not, Zena goes to Tel Aviv with a new version
Israel - Kobi Karimi Israel Homecoming...., song released, remix, new Stage version out now
Georgia - Go ahead Oto Nemsadze has a new title, single out now, promo info
7th Heaven get their own page at the Tel Aviv Collection, play!
The OGAE 2019 ESCzine, Dare To Dream The one publication you need this year.
Portugal - FdC songs online, CD out now, Conan Osiris' piece has a new jacket. promo info
Poland - Tulia sing in Tel Aviv, Pali Się / Fire of Love, LP/CD info, coloured Vinyl single out now
Armenia - Srbuk, Walking Out on March 10. listen, piano version, Going Deeper Mix
Ireland - Sarah McTernan at 22, digital single out now
Moldova - Listen to the competing songs, Anna or Ana wins, versions sorted?
Latvia - Supernova songs online, Carousel wins, new version
Croatia - Roko's Dream, Heroj Original Croatian version. DORA CD available now, update
Germany - Unser Song für !srael, S!sters w!n.
Ukraine - Vidbir 2019 songs, Maruv wins but no one is going to Tel Aviv.
Absentia Bulgaria




About the Tel Aviv Collection:
The Tel Aviv Collection, a "branch" of the Eurovision Collectors Guide, collects info on all official releases (physical and digital), promo info (as much as possible) and the odd coverversion, chart position and important trivia. 

Digital release info may not apply to all territories, you'll have to do some investigating by yourself there.
All digital release images (DRI's) are taken from the likes of iTunes and/or Amazon or sources noted otherwise.
Digital release also includes streaming (like Spotify), but not all releases can be found there.

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Due to working hours I won’t always be able to publish the latest news first, but the Tel Aviv collection will be your Collectors Guide to the 2019 contest and it will be here to stay for future reference.


The Eurovision Collectors Guide 1956 - 2018 is out now!

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Australia - Kate Miller-Heidke - Zero Gravity

(rather boring) Digital release image
9 - 284 pts /1 - 161pts in semi 1
Kate Miller-Heidke won the first ever Australian pre-selection "Eurovision: Australia Decides Gold Coast 2019" with the song Zero Gravity written by Kate herself with husband Keir Nuttall.
The song was released as a digital single on January 25.
Remixes by 7th Heaven and ATT (see versions) were released on April 19.
Another remix just named Radio Edit was released on April 26.
The Acoustic version was released on May 3.

On May 14 all released versions (except karaoke) were bundled in a digital EP with yet another remix added: The Donatachi remix.

So far Zero physical from Kate Miller-Heidke's Eurovision entry.
Although you can order the Zero Gravity sheet music at KMH's webshop.

The lyric video is here at Kate's Youtube.
A karaoke version is here at KMH's YT.

Australia had a preselection for the first time. And it was held at the Gold Coast obviously. (and, on a personal note, it was probably the best one of the year).
10 songs (out of 700!) fought it out on Saturday February 9.
Most songs have been released through digital sources.

The lady on the pole in the performance of Zero Gravity  in the Australian NF is Emma Waite from performing arts company Strange Fruit from Melbourne. For Eurovision Emma is joined by Emily Ryan. They have a website.

Who's Kate?
The 2016 Best Of CD
Up-Top not many people may have heard of Kate Miller-Heidke but Down-Under she has an impressive body of work to her name.
She's an award winning classically schooled alternative actress singer song/opera writer or something along those lines.
After a few years in a band (Elsewhere) in the early 00's she released a few singles and EP's to be followed by her first solo album Little Eve in 2007.
Second album Curiouser includes her biggest hit The Last Day On Earth (an Australian #3 in 2008, beautiful song, check it out!).
Two more top 5 albums followed with Nightflight (2012) and O Vertigo! (2014).

More recently she dressed up as a well known  Opera House and released a live album with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
In 2016 a compilation album The Best Of Kate Miller-Heidke Act One was released
In 2018 she (and hubby Keir Nuttall a.k.a. comedian Franky Walnut) wrote the original music to the award winning musical version of Muriel's Wedding.
An honorable mention must go to her 2015 Christmas single with The Beards, I'm Growing A Beard Downstairs For Christmas, which is gross.

2020 Vinyl
A limited edition vinyl 7"inch single is released on October 30, 2020. It coincides with the release of KMH's new album Child In Reverse. (This does NOT have Zero Gravity though).
The single also will have the acoustic version on the b-side.
More when it's out.
Kate Miller-Heidke Shopping.

the digital EP DRI
Versions
Zero Gravity
- Tel Aviv 2CD
Zero Gravity - Acoustic
Zero Gravity - Radio edit (= remix)
Zero Gravity - 7th Heaven remix (radio edit)
Zero Gravity - Where it's ATT remix
Zero Gravity - Donatachi remix
- all above are on digital release The Zero Gravity EP
Zero Gravity - karaoke
- video, on the official karaoke album (digital)
Full (long) remixes of the 7th Heaven and Where it's ATT mixes are also made but have only been available to DJ's and the like.
The 7th Heaven video edit can be found here (video only)

Charts
Aria (Pandora) Australian top 100: 95
France top 200 (IFOP): 97, -
Scottish singles top 100 (OCC): 62, -

Picture from SBS Australia
Links and sources
Australia 2018 has the links to all Australian entries from 2015 to 2018.
SBS Eurovision pages
Kate Miller-Heidke WebsiteFB




Friday, July 24, 2020

Netherlands - Duncan Laurence - Arcade

CONGRATULATIONS DUNCAN LAURENCE
As a Dutchie myself I'm over the moon with our victory. After 44 years with Ding A Dong as your most recent trophy it always seemed impossible to get a victory in our beloved game.
But Dare To Dream seemed very appropriate. Austria did it against all odds, Portugal after 50 years and now the Netherlands did it. Just saying: never give up, everything is possible. Thanks Duncan Laurence for an unforgettable moment.


1 - 498 pts / 1 - 280 pts in semi 2
Duncan Laurence represented the Netherlands in Tel Aviv. The song Arcade was revealed on March 7.
Arcade is written by Duncan de Moor (= Duncan Laurence), Joel Sjöö and Wouter Hardy.
The video is here and the single is out now through the usual digital sources.
A vinyl single was released on July 26 and is now available from BeaRecords. More details below.

An early demo has already been available on Youtube

Vinyl !
A limited edition vinyl single was first sold at Duncan's Paradiso concert merchandise stand and it got a proper release on July 26.
It includes the Eurovision version and an acoustic version. (Universal 0 602577 952289).
It's a heavy vinyl edition in a glossy sleeve with a (black) inner sleeve for protection.
The vinyl is available in the Dutch shops, online at BeaRecords and several international retailers.
It has also been spotted in the racks of El Cortes Ingles in Spain.
The b-side acoustic version was released as a digital track on July 19.

Digital release image
Arcade is the 3rd vinyl 7”inch single this year but it’s been a while since a Eurovision winner had a 7” inch release. The last one was in 1994: Rock 'n' roll kids by Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan which won for Ireland. 1994 was also the last year that saw three vinyl singles (Ireland, U.K. and Finland)

Arcade won the Eurovision Song Contest but didn't win any of the  seperate results (Jury or Televote).
It also won the 2nd semifinal.
Only two countries made in to the top five in both the Tele & Jury votes. One won and one came second (Italy), seems right to me.

More Vinyl
On July 24 2020 a 10"inch vinyl was released. It's titled Worlds On Fire and includes five songs.
1 Beautiful
2 Yet
3 Arcade
4 Someone Else
5 Love Don't Hate It
The version of Arcade is the one we know. (Universal  0602507258597)


Arcade is the fifth Dutch Eurovision winner.
50 years ago Lenny Kuhr did it with De Troubadour, but she had to share the winners reprise with three others.
The Netherlands also won in 1957 (Corry Brokken - Net Als Toen) and 1959 (Teddy Scholten - 'n Beetje) and was the first country to have two victories, but that was 60 years ago.
The most recent Dutch winner was Teach In in 1975. Their Ding-A-Dong was a decent European hit.

Duncan Laurence had a few moments in the 2014 season of The Voice Of Holland where he reached the semi finals. He was coached by Ilse de lange of Common Linnets fame.

Versions
Arcade
- digital release, Tel Aviv 2CD. 7" inch
Arcade - Acoustic version
- limited edition 7"inch
Arcade - karaoke
- on the official karaoke album (digital)
An early demo has already been available on Youtube
Another (one take) acoustic version recorded in Capitol studios Hollywood is here at Youtube.

Charts
Netherlands Dutch top 100: 10, 12, 12, 14, 13, 15, 10, 8, 7, 1, 1, 1, 4, 4, 6, 8, 12, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 53, 62, 78, 77, 70, 73, 91, 84, 88, - re (Dec 13) 85, -,  (re January 2020): 74, 80, 98, -, re: May 2020: 86
Netherlands Dutch top 40: 29, 11, 8, 6, 4, 4, 5, 5, 3, 1, 1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 13, 20, 26, 33, 37, -
Even though none of the Dutch charts is reliable any longer, (The top 40 is affiliated with just one (crap) radio station now) it's remarkable that Duncan Laurence's Arcade is the first Dutch entry ever to reach the top spot in the Dutch Top 40.
Sweden top 100: 6, 6, 13, 44, 62, -
Belgium top 50 (Flanders): 2, 2, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 9, 7, 14, 11, 10, 11, 11, 20, 23, 40, 44, 44, -
Belgium top 50 (Wallonia): 49, 42, 32, 31, 35, 33, 33, -
Germany top 100: 26, 100, -
Ireland top 100 (Irma): 37, 57, 93, -
Norway top 40 (VG lista): 10, 10, 17, 23, 34, 36, -
Switzerland top 10: 6, 23, 47, 64, -
Switzerland Suisse Romande top 20: 4, -
U.K. top 100 (Official charts): 67, -
Scottish singles top 100 (OCC): 24, -
Denmark Tracklisten top 40: 23, 23, 40, -
Austria top 75: 22, 69, -
France top 200 (IFOP): 8, 86, 177, -
Spain top 100: 38, 74, -
Portugal top 100: 68, -

Links and sources
Netherlands 2018 has the links to all Dutch entries from 2009 to 2018.
Duncan Laurence FB Insta
Thanks to Katja at Universal.nl

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Let's Get Physical: Tel Aviv

Here's a quick checklist of this year's physical releases (CD's, vinyl) available the public. It's not a lot, really, but enough to do the Physical page again.
For promo and digital info please check each country's individual post.
Check out BeaRecords and you may just find what you need.

Singles
The first single released  is the one from Italy. It's a vinyl 7"inch, but you have to get the limited edition album box to get this item.
Eight other songs from the Sanremo contest have been released on vinyl single, find more info at the Italy post.
The second single release is also a vinyl single, it's Tulia's from Poland. Grrreat.
San Marino's Serhat has issued a cdsingle which may not be in the regular stores but it is sold through several 'regular' sources.
Netherlands has a vinyl 7" inch that first was only  available at Duncan Laurence's Paradiso concert, but it it got a Europe wide release on July 26. Better late than never Netta!
In 2020 a 10 inch EP was released by DL, also including Arcade.
Australia Zero Gravity by Kate Miller Heidke wees a vinyl 7"inch release on October 30 2020.

Compilations
The 2CD with all the songs from the show is expected on April 26.  It is the 20th time all songs from the contest are released on an official EBU endorsed CD.  How time flies.....
The DVD release (3-disc set) was released on June 23. It does not feature Madonna's interval act.

Hungary, Sweden, Croatia, Spain, Italy and Portugal all have CD albums out with the complete collection of 2019 National Final Songs.

Time Tunnel
And if you're going to Tel Aviv you can score a new 2CD compilation with Eurovision hits including TOY and Fuego from 2018. A collection of Eurovision winners and classics you probably already own in some form or another, but you know you want it anyway.
The album compiled by Time Tunnel 100FM radio is released on the Helicon label.
A few of the less likely entries on this compilation are Bandido by Azucar Moreno (which was a big hit in Israel), Alain Barrière, Co-Co. Beth and Caline and Olivier Toussaint.
It includes (only) four Israeli entries (the ones that won the contest). Of A Ba Ni Bi, Diva and Hallelujah Hebrew versions are included.
The 2CD is also available at Israel Music, where I bought it and it arrived in a week. See tracklist scan below. 




Artist's albums
Mahmood from Italy has his album out now on CD, LP and limited edition box set.
Pænda from Austria has her new album Evolution II out now.
Tulia's re-issued debut album Tulia (Poland) includes the original version of their Eurovision entry. Out on CD and 2LP. 
France: Bilal Hassani released his debut CD Kingdom on April 26.
Latvia's Carousel have been working on an album which will include their Eurovision song. No release date yet.
San Marino: Serhat's album That's How I Feel will get several physical editions soon.... (or not so soon, or not at all)
Miki from Spain released his album Amuza on September 13.
2020 sees the release albums by Hatari (Iceland, LP/CD) and Zalagasper (Slovenia, LP)
Also released in 2020, Norwegians KEiiNO release their album OKTA on March 15.


And then there's this:
Flash back to 2000, Nicki French was the U.K. singer with Don't Play That Song Again.
Her latest release includes coverversions of four Eurovision songs. Four surprising choices you can read about here. Also has the CD ordering details.


The Time Tunnel Track List

Norway - KEiiNO - Spirit In The Sky

6 - 331 pts / 7 - 210 pts in semi 2
Club mix DRI
Trio KEiiNO represented Norway in the Tel Aviv Eurovision Song Contest.
The won the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix held on March 2.
KEiiNO are Fred Buljo, Alexandra Rotan and Tom Hugo and they wrote their song, Spirit In The Sky, with Henrik Tala and Alex Olsson.

The song is sung in English with a few bits of Sámi thrown in by Buljo.
Spirit was released as a digital single on January 25, an extended Club mix followed on February 8.
The acoustic version was released on April 12.

No physical release or promo was issued.

KEiiNO went on to win the televote in the final.

Here's a bit from their bio: "KEiiNO is a Norwegian-Sámi-Finnish lovechild born in late summer 2018. With a goal of creating arctic pop-bangers they mix Sámi joik, Nordic folk and camp pop in a synth heavy sound". That sums up the sound of Spirit nicely.


OKTA
On May 15 2020 the band release their long awaited debut album.
The album has 10 tracks of which six have already been released as digital singles (including Spirit In The Sky). You can buy the CD from the KEiiNO website
(Hugoworld HW 2003)
OKTA TRACKS
01 Take me home
02 Black leather - feat. Charlotte Qamaniq (Inuit singer from Canada)
03 Would I lie - feat. Electric Fields*
* Electric Fields were the runners-up in the 2019 Australian Eurovision selection (Australia Decides) with the song 2000 And Whatever.
04 Spirit in the Sky
05 Dancing in the Smoke
06 Roar like a Lion - feat. Te Hau Tawhiti (Māori vocal group)
07 Praying
08 Colours
09 Louder - feat Drezus (Indigenous singer from Saskatchewan, Canada)

10 Bed with the wolf
Pre-ordering / CD Shopping links here at the KEiiNO website.


Acoustic version DRI
Who is KEiiNO band?
The KEiiNO members were brought together with the Melodi Grand Prix and Eurovision in mind but we met Alexandra Rotas already in the 2018 MGP where You Got Me, a duet with Stella Mwangi, ended 3rd. Before that she was in the superfinal of the Junior MGP in 2010 with Det Vi Vil (What we want).
Singer and Songwriter Tom Hugo (Hermansen) also has a bit of MGP history. In 2013 he entered with Det Er Di (That's you) but he got stuck in the first semi. In 2018 his I Like I Like I Like didn't make it to the final four.
He's also a prolific songwriter and wrote several hits for Asian boybands like EXO, SHINEE or TVXQ.
Sámi Rapper/Joiker/Producer Fred Buljo (Fred-René Øvergård Buljo) was a member of Sámi rap outfit Duolva Duottar who released their only album Dá lea Duolva Duottar in 2011. They're still active and you can listen to their music through your Spotify and the like. Check out their most recent single Markanstallu!

10 songs were in the running to represent Norway in the 2019 contest.
You can listen to them through this NRK page. All songs are also available through digital sources.

Versions
Spirit In The Sky
- Tel Aviv 2CD. CD OKTA
Spirit In The Sky - Extended Club mix
Spirit In The Sky - Instrumental mix (= karaoke)
Spirit In The Sky - Acoustic
- all digital releases

Charts
Norway VG lista top 40: 3, 3, 6, 12, 25, 25, 33, -, 1, 3, 6, 11, 17, 18, 25, 33, 34, 36, 36, 37, 39, -
Sweden top 100: 33, 77, -
Ireland top 100: 84, -
Netherlands top 100: 59, -
Switzerland top 100: 7, 35, -
Suisse Romande top 20: 5
U.K. top 100 (Official charts company): 61, -
Scottish singles top 100 (OCC): 7, 62, -
Austria top 75: 61
France top 200 (IFOP): 23, 161, -
Original Digital release image
Links and sources
Norway 2018 has the links to all Norwegian entries from 2009 to 2018.
NRK MGP pages
KEiiNO Website,  FB
Tom Hugo Website
Duolva Duottar Website
Alexandra Rotan FB
Thanks to Krzysztof

Friday, May 8, 2020

Slovenia - Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl - Sebi

15 - 105 pts / 6 - 167 pts in semi 1
New version DRI
Duo Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl are the winners of the Slovenian selection EMA which was held on February 16.
Sebi was first released on the digital EP Štiri on Februari 16.
The EP includes all their digital singles to date.
The first single release is shorter (2.50) and has no vocal in the intro.
A new version, the Dare To Dream version was released on March 15, along with its instrumental version.
Both tracks also appear on the promo cds.

Post Sebi work is released under the name zalagasper (no capitals, how hip).

4 - LP
In 2020 (February 14) zalagasper released their album (LP!)  4. It's a mix of previously released singles and a few new ones with songs in Slovenian on side A (and one in Serbian) and English on side B.  (Universal Music Slovenia 602508 389764)

At Home EP
4 includes the longer version of Sebi.  Of course it's a missed opportunity not including the English version of the Eurovision song but the album is a really beautiful thing anyway.
The album is out through digital sources and also on Vinyl LP.
The LP is available through the Zalagasper website and I also spotted some on Amazon. Out through Universal.
Tracks side A: 1. Valovi, 2. Baloni, 3. S teboi, 4. Sebi 5. Novo Sonce (Dan D cover)
Tracks side B: 1. Come to me, 2. Signals, 3. Me & my boi, 4. Box, 5. Hazey (Glass Animals cover)

2020 At Home EP
Zalagasper stays at home during the 2020 Corona crisis and the re-recorded three songs. S Teboi, Sebi and Signals. Quieter than quiet.
Sebi at home Youtube audio


4, the album

Versions
Sebi - Dare To Dream version
- digital single, Tel Aviv 2CD, promo
Sebi - longer version
- first digital release on EP Stiri, LP 4 (2020)
Sebi - first single version
- digital release
Sebi - instrumental Dare To Dream version
- digital release, promo
Sebi - at home version
- digital EP At Home
The duo shared a bit of an English version on their instagram but it remains unreleased.
promo

Charts
Switzerland top 100: 77, -
France top 200 (IFOP): 96, -

Digital EP Štiri
Links and sources
Slovenia 2018 has links to all Slovenian entries from 2009 on.
RTVSLO EMA FB and Eurovision pages
Zala and Gašper FB Insta
Thanks Frank!

Friday, January 17, 2020

Iceland - Hatari - Hatrið Mun Sigra

Neyslutrans, the album
10 - 232 pts / 3 - 221 pts in semi 1
Hatari won this years Söngvakeppninn with the song Hatrið Mun Sigra (Hate will prevail). The band wrote their song themselves.
Hatari are Klemens Hannigan,  Matthías Tryggvi Haraldsson and Einar Stefánsson.

Hatrið Mun Sigra was not released as a digital (or physical) single but can be found on the Söngvakeppninn (digital) release and the Tel Aviv 2CD.
Watch the official video here

Neyslutrans 2020
January 17, 2020 sees the release of the debut album by Hatari titled Neyslutrans. (Capitalist Google translates it as "Consumption of Trans, but it probably should be Trance").
It has 13 tracks including Hatrið Mun Sigra, early favorite Spillingardans and post Eurovision single Klefi/Samed with Bashar Murat.
On the digital version of Hatrið Mun Sigra is subtitled Xtended and it has a longer intro. I'm not sure if this is also the version on the physical releases.

And, for us physicalist capitalists, there's a CD and LP release.
Available for 30 euros  (40 for the LP) (including 10,- postage) from the Hatari totally non capitalist Mechandise shop. Orders shipped from Febryary 4, also available at their upcoming tour.
(Svikamylla 2020) Full tracklist below.


Hatari is
According to a Icelandic Music News interview participating (and winning) Söngvakeppninn is the "first step in renewed plan to bring down capitalism". Beginning with the Icelandic tourists industry. So now you know.
Photo by Lilja Jóns, taken from Iceland Music News

The band released their first EP Neysluvara (Consumer) in 2017 which includes fun titles like Tortímandi (Exterminator) and Biðröð Mistaka (Queue of mistakes)
In December 2018 they released a new single Spillingardans (Corruption dance).
They sing about popular issues like Death and Revolution in the capitalist society and Judgement day.
The band broke up after Spillingardans but re-united soon afterwards for Söngvakeppninn.

Versions
Hatrið Mun Sigra
- Tel Aviv 2CD
Hatrið Mun Sigra - Xtended
- album Neyslutrans (2020)
Hatrið Mun Sigra - karaoke
- karaoke on official karaoke album (digital)
- ESC and karaoke on the digital Söngvakeppninn album (digital)

Spillingardans DRI
Iceland selected their Tel Aviv entry through the usual Söngvakeppninn preselection.
You can listen to all the songs here at Rúv's pages and Spotify.
All 10 songs have been released through Spotify and I'm sure digital shops will follow. All 10 entries are in Icelandic, 8 of them are also available in English. And there's also 18 karaokes to sing along to, I know you want to...

Charts
France top 200 (IFOP): 156, -
Scottish singles top 100 (OCC): 92, -

Links and sources
Iceland 2018 has the links to all Icelandic entries from 2009 to 2018.
Rúv Eurovision pages
Hatari websiteFB
Iceland Music News: Award Winning Techno Bondage Group to Open First Night of Icelandic Eurovision Preliminary Contest



Neyslutrans tracklist
1. Engin Miskunn
2. Spillingardans
3. Klámstrákur
4. Klefi / صامد (featuring Bashar Murad)
5. Þræll
6. Hlauptu (featuring CYBER)
7. Hatrið Mun Sigra (Xtended)
8. Spectavisti Me Mori, Op. 8 (featuring Pétur Björnsson)
9. 14 Ár
10. Ógleói
11. Helvíti (featuring Svarti Laxness)
12. Nunquam Iterum, Op. 12 (featuring Friðrik Margrétar)
13. Niðurlút (featuring GDRN)