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Mistral Wind

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oh, Lhasa de Sela! She was really talented! This is another great song of hers. 8,5/10

next song's in (I suppose) russian
 
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Overall, not my cup of tea, but it was interesting, atmospheric. A kind of modern-electronic-folk; vocal style - stylization of Russian folk singing. 7/10.

Next one is in French

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Ah Emmanuelle a definite blast from the past, a very sensual French song which sort of lent it's licence for the film itself...9/10

Next one is in Polish
 
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Pretty gloomy song, I like it's melody. 7/10.

Next one is a freak-rock in Russian. Band: Nogu Svelo, the song "Lilliputian love".

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musically pleasant, but vocally I didn't particularly enjoy it... 6/10

well... for the next song I will go to Germany, but I will remain in "freaklandia". It's time for Es ist Zeit für "Dicke Titten"... ^___^'

 
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Ha-ha, "Big T-i-t-s" by Rammstein. :grinthumb These guys always had the sense of humor. 8.5/10.

Next song in Basque:

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not only it's sung in one of the most ancient and peculiar languages of the world, it's also musically very good! the only thing I don't enjoy is his voice... with such powerful instrumentals, I would have preferred stronger vocals... but it is still a very good song. 8/10

Edit: ops! I forgot to write it's in italian. "La fine" means "The End".

 
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Vocally it wasn't very imressive to me, but instrumental is great. Main guitar riff could be written by Joe Perry in 70's, I think.
P.S. At the part from 1:56 I've heard "...we don't need no education...". :grinthumb 8/10.

Next one is in Finnish

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yeah, you're not the only one who noticed that... the fact is both that they like to insert this kind of tributes in their songs and, secondly, you know, I like to say that the notes are 7 and the songs are millions. :p

as for your song, wow! Finnish are always so...overwhelming with energy! It's a great song. Powerful music and good melody: a perfect match. 8,5/10

next song is in italian... the title means "The possible world", the band name's Insidia (it means "peril/danger/trap")

 
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Powerful metal. I like these dissonating guitar parts. 7.5/10.

The next one is in Swedish

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