Eurovision Song Contest 2005 (compilation)

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Eurovision Song Contest Kiev 2005
Compilation album by Eurovision Song Contest
Released May 2, 2005
Genre Various
Length 60:17 (Disc 1)
56:54 (Disc 2)
Label EMI/CMC
Eurovision Song Contest chronology
Eurovision Song Contest - Istanbul 2004
(2004)
Eurovision Song Contest - Kiev 2005
(2005)
Eurovision Song Contest - Athens 2006
(2006)

Eurovision Song Contest Kiev 2005 is the official compilation album of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. Released in May 2005 across Europe, the album contains all 39 semi-final and final entries, including the winning Elena Paparizou's "My Number One", Wig Wam's "In My Dreams", Vanilla Ninja's "Cool Vibes" and Shiri Maimon's "Hasheket Shenish'ar". Maymon's song was named "The Silence that Remains" on the album, the English title of the song. The album predictably topped the European compilation chart for several weeks with some of the best sales of the year so far.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1

  1. Marian van de Wal - "La mirada interior" (Andorra)
  2. Ledina Çelo - "Tomorrow I Go" (Albania)
  3. Global Kryner - "Y así" (Austria)
  4. Feminnem - "Call Me" (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  5. Nuno Resende - "Le grand soir" (Belgium)
  6. Kaffe - "Lorraine" (Bulgaria])
  7. Angelica Agurbash - "Love Me Tonight" (Belarus)
  8. Vanilla Ninja - "Cool Vibes" (Switzerland)
  9. No Name - "Zauvijek moja" (Serbia and Montenegro)
  10. Constantinos Christoforou - "Ela Ela (Come Baby)" (Cyprus)
  11. Gracia - "Run & Hide" (Germany)
  12. Jakob Sveistrup - "Talking to You" (Denmark)
  13. Suntribe - "Let's Get Loud" (Estonia])
  14. Son de Sol - "Brujería" (Spain)
  15. Geir Rönning - "Why?" (Finland)
  16. Ortal - "Chacun pense à soi" (France)
  17. Javine - "Touch My Fire" (United Kingdom)
  18. Helena Paparizou - "My Number One" (Greece)
  19. Boris Novković ft. Lado members - "Vukovi umiru sami" (Croatia)
  20. NOX - "Forogj, világ!" (Hungary)

Disc 2

  1. Donna and Joseph McCaul - "Love?" (Republic of Ireland)
  2. Shiri Maymon - "HaSheket SheNish'ar" (Israel)
  3. Selma Björnsdóttir - "If I Had Your Love" (Iceland)
  4. Laura & The Lovers - "Little by Little" (Lithuania)
  5. Walters and Kazha - "The War Is Not Over" (Latvia)
  6. Lise Darly - "Tout de moi" (Monaco)
  7. Zdob şi Zdub - "Boonika bate doba" (Moldova)
  8. Martin Vučić - "Make My Day" (Republic of Macedonia)
  9. Chiara - "Angel" (Malta)
  10. Glennis Grace - "My Impossible Dream" (Netherlands)
  11. Wig Wam - "In My Dreams" (Norway)
  12. Ivan and Delfin - "Czarna dziewczyna" (Poland)
  13. 2B - "Amar" (Portugal)
  14. Luminiţa Anghel and Sistem - "Let Me Try" (Romania)
  15. Natalia Podolskaya - "Nobody Hurt No One" (Russia)
  16. Martin Stenmarck - "Las Vegas" (Sweden)
  17. Omar Naber - "Stop" (Slovenia)
  18. Gülseren - "Rimi Rimi Ley" (Turkey)
  19. GreenJolly - "Razom nas bahato" (Ukraine)

Cover[edit]

The original cover designed for the album was changed after Lebanon's withdrawal from the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 after announcing they would show advertisements over the Israeli entry. Had they entered, they would have been on track 4, disc 2 with the song "Quand tout s'enfuit" by Aline Lahoud.

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