Finland's 2009 Eurovision Song Contest entry Lose control by Waldo's people has picked up a gold disk for passing 5,000 single sales. The song has remained on the local music charts for more than six month with it's 28th week.
Waldo's people took Finland to it's fourth consecutive Eurovision Song Contest final with a dance track in 2009 but finished in 25th place in Moscow. The country had previously sent three rock songs to the competition including Lordi's 2006 victorious entry Hard rock hallelujah.
The band have remained on the Finnish pop charts for 28 weeks and also saw chart success in Sweden and broke into the United Kingdom's top 100 downloads with their Eurovision Song Contest entry Lose control. The band's follow up single New vibration is currently at fifth place on the Finnish chart after five weeks and a high of second place. You can listen to the track below.