More than two weeks has passed since the 59th Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and we have gathered these year’s entries charts debut across the world.

Last year, Emmelie de Forest scored 8 top 10 placings, and entered the charts in Australia at number 36. Although Austria’s Conchita Wurst took the crown on the night of the Grand Final, Dutch entrants The Common Linnets continue to have the biggest success this year post-contest.

Please note that the numbers given are the peak position of these songs in the last 3 weeks.

[Austria] Conchita Wurst – Rise like a phoenix

  • Austria #1 while her 2 other songs re-entered the charts as well, That’s what I am at #32 and Unbreakable #51
  • Switzerland #2
  • The Netherlands #3
  • Germany #5
  • Denmark #6
  • Spain #8
  • Belgium (Flanders) #8
  • Ireland #10
  • The United Kingdom #17
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #19
  • Sweden #27
  • France #39

[The Netherlands] The Common Linnets – Calm after the storm

  • The Netherlands #1  + #1 (album)
  • Denmark #2 + #12 (album)
  • Austria #3 + #8 (album)
  • Switzerland #3  + #6 (album)
  • Germany #3 + #11 (album)
  • Spain #5 +#42 (album)
  • Belgium (Flanders) #1 + #12 (album)
  • Ireland #4 +#45 (album)
  • The United Kingdom #9 + #40 (album)
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #20 + #52 (album)
  • Sweden #36
  • France #102
  • Australia #66

[Sweden] Sanna Nielsen – Undo

  • Sweden#2
  • Denmark #5
  • Austria #12
  • The Netherlands #21
  • Ireland #21
  • Belgium (Flanders) #25
  • Germany #32
  • The United Kingdom #40
  • Belgium (Walloon) #48
  • Australia #81
  • France #131

[Armenia] Aram MP3 – Not alone

  • Denmark #21
  • Austria #31
  • Germany #44
  • Sweden #45
  • Switzerland #53
  • Ireland #60
  • UK #88
  • The Netherlands #94

[Hungary] András Kállay-Saunders – Running

  • Denmark #40
  • Ireland#92
  • Germany #93
  • UK #116

[Denmark] Basim – Cliché love song

  • Denmark #2
  • Sweden #9
  • Spain #50
  • Austria # 37
  • Ireland #38
  • UK #46
  • Germany #50
  • Switzerland #55
  • The Netherlands #71

[Spain] Ruth Lorenzo – Dancing in the rain

  • Spain #5
  • Austria # 69
  • Swizerland #69
  • Ireland #75
  • UK #102

[United Kingdom] Molly – Children of the universe

  • Uk #23
  • Ireland #36
  • Denmark #37
  • Austria # 63
  • Switzerland #63
  • Germany #94

[Germany] Elaiza – Is it right?

  • Germany#4 with the album peaking at #24
  • Austria # 14
  • Denmark #39
  • Switzerland #43
  • Ireland #83
  • UK #161

[France] Twin Twin – Moustache

  • Sweden#53
  • Austria #60
  • Ireland #79
  • UK #89
  • Germany #89
  • France #115

[Malta] Firelight – Coming home

  • Austria #50
  • Switzerland #58
  • UK #82 with 2 712 copies sold
  • Germany #83
  • Ireland #93

[Norway] Carl Espen – Silent storm

  • The Netherlands #20
  • Denmark #28
  • Ireland #34
  • Austria #39
  • Switzerland #40
  • Germany #47
  • UK #97

[Greece] Freaky Fortune feat Riskykidd – Rise Up

  • Austria #67
  • UK #108
  • Ireland #73

[Switzerland] SEBalter – Hunter of stars

  • Switzerland #6
  • Austria #48
  • Germany #77
  • UK #85
  • The Netherlands #98

[Iceland] Pollapönk – No prejudice

  • Austria #68
  • UK #70
[Finland] Softengine – Something better

  • Austria #62
  • Finland #72
  • Germany #80
  • UK #93
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Other artists have entered some charts as well, Teo from Belarus #68 in Ireland, #75 in Austria  and in the UK #140 with his entry Cheesecake while Emma from Italy entered the Austrian charts at #71 with La mia città. Romanian duo, Paula Seling & OVI, charted in Ireland at #88 and in the UK at #174 with Miracle, and, finally, Ukrainian Mariya Yaremchuk entered the UK charts at #190 with her entry Tick-tock.

Emmelie de Forest, last year’s winner and also singer of this year’s theme Rainmaker charted #1 in Denmark, #58 in Germany, #65 in Ireland, #74 in Switzerland, #73 in the UK.

The Eurovision Song Contest compilation charted at #2 in Switzerland and Austria, #3 in Norway, #7 in Finland, and #13 in Australia. Speaking of Australia, Jessica Mauboy who performed Sea of flags during the second semi-final entered their national charts at #40.

Please note that each country has its own charting rules therefore the compilation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 might appear in compilations charts only in some countries or in the general album charts in others. Official charts companies only show up to a number in the charts. In Finland we only have the top 20 given. UK and France – top 200, Belgium (Walloon and Flanders) top 50, Denmark – top 40, The Netherlands – top 100, Australia – top 100, Norway – top 20, Sweden – top 60, Spain – top 50, Switzerland and Austria top 75. Several countries in Europe do not have an official chart and therefore have been disregarded in this article because they might not be reliable sources.

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