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|Eurovision Song Contest 1992 entry|
Pekka Juhani Maijanen
|◄ "Hullu yö" (1991)|
|"Tule luo" (1993) ►|
The song was performed twelfth on the night, following Iceland's Heart 2 Heart with "Nei eða já" and preceding Switzerland's Daisy Auvray with "Mister Music Man". At the close of voting, it had received 4 points, placing 23rd (last) in a field of 23.
The song is in praise of listening to "valve radio", with Maijanen likening it to a stadium with "a hundred musicians inside it". The unusual subject matter and title have contributed to the song becoming something of a favourite among Contest fans. Maijanen also recorded the song in English under the same title; "Yamma-yamma".
During the ESC 2010 semi-final voting session "Yamma Yamma" was included in a medley presenting some "funniest bottoms".
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