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Tag: Margaret Berger

The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2014

wasp TECWith a less intense release schedule than last year, it was a bit more straightforward for The Electricity Club to choose its songs of 2014. Whereas 2013 had a short list of 45 songs, 2014 was closer to 35 although not the struggle to find 30 as was the case in 2012. As usual, they are listed in alphabetical order and all have been released either in physical formats, or digitally as purchasable or free downloads during the calendar year. Here are TEC’s 30 Songs of 2014. Continue Reading ›

KARIN PARK + MARGARET BERGER Launch New Singles at Melodi Grand Prix

Scandipop songstresses KARIN PARK and MARGARET BERGER appeared together for a joint performance at Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix, the country’s selection vehicle for the Eurovision Song Contest. MARGARET BERGER was last year’s entry with a song was co-written by KARIN PARK. Their marvellous duet on ‘I Feed You My Love’ was preceded by a medley of Park and Berger’s brand new singles. Continue Reading ›

The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2013

In one of the most productive years ever for electronic music, The Electricity Club has found it extremely difficult to whittle down the list to 30 songs. The standard has been extremely high and songs which would have made the listing in previous years have been left off. So the songs on this alphabetical list have been released in physical formats, or digitally as purchasable or free downloads during the calendar year with a limit of one song per artist moniker. Continue Reading ›

MARGARET BERGER I Feed You My Love

margaret bergerElectro songstress KARIN PARK has co-written a song that is in the running to be Norway’s Eurovision Song Contest 2013 entry…and it’s a goody, UK entries are NEVER like this!!! ‘I Feed You My Love’ could be best described as ROBYN and KELLY CLARKSON meeting 'Songs Of Faith & Devotion' era DEPECHE MODE. In fact, its performer MARGARET BERGER came second in the 2004 series of 'Norwegian Idol' so the description is quite apt. Yes, the song veers a bit on the rock side but the melody is strong… very important for capturing those pan-European ears. Continue Reading ›