Tu voz se apagará meets the Orient

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Tu voz se apagará was one of the five finalist songs selected by the Spanish viewers to compete at the final of Misión Eurovisión, the Spanish preselection in which both the boyband D'Nash and the song I love you mi vida achieved the victory. One month later, the theme composed by Miguel Linde is to be recorded in three new and different versions: English, Japanese and disco.

Aylin, a singer who tried to represent Spain at the previous Eurovision Song Contest, held in Athens, by entering the song Siente la vida, is already building the Japanese version of Tu voz se apagará. Its composer, Miguel Linde has explained that he agreed with the idea when it was suggested to him. The English version will be elaborated by Raúl Ramírez.

The boyband D'Nash, the Spanish representatives next May in Helsinki, will also record their own version of Tu voz se apagará, to be included in their re-edited album Capaz de todo. Miguel Linde has stated that this version will not be the same the band performed in the final of Misión Eurovisión because it is going to be revamped. Mirela and Gisela are other good options to record the song as well.

After the great expectatives generated by Tu voz se apagará, Miguel Linde will try more attempts to represent Spain as a composer. If the system changes and consequently the song and singer are elected together, Miguel's sister, Isabel, will sing a theme composed by him – it does not exclude that if other artist wishes to defend a Miguel Linde's song, he or she will be able to do so-. And if it does not, Miguel will follow this year's method.

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