Latvia: Wolves of the Sea release first CD

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Pirates of the sea, who will be representing Latvia in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest are about to release their first CD single, Wolves of the sea. The CD will be distributed to fans and press during the band's Press Conferences in Belgrade.

LTV will be broadcasting EBU special shows "Eurovision Countdown" on May 19th and 20th, followed by both semi finals.The representatives of the other countries participating in Eurovison Song Contest 2008 have had a great chance and opportunity to promote their songs as they were broadcast during the morning show "Labrit, Latvija (Good morning Latvia!) as well as in the breaks between the other programs.

What concerns the international broadcasting, LTV will have the live news from Belgrade informing the Latvian audience about the Pirates of the Sea life and adventures in Serbia. During the shows the greetings from the other participants will be broadcast as well as the interviews with them.

There's a treasure in sight – Pirates of the Sea release their first CD

May 12th is going to be historical for Pirates of the Sea as it is the day when their first CD is released.
By the presentation of the CD at the musical club "Cau, Rasma (Ciao Rasma), Pirates would reach a symbolic finish line for what regards the preparation for Belgrade. Due to the production of the single for the promotional purposes only, it is going to become a real value among the fans. Only the most active fans during the press conferences have the opportunity to possess the treasure! To be ready for the treasure hunt, the first hint is given – Pirates of the Sea are listed as the first to have the rehearsal on May 14, thus the press conference in Sava center will start soon after the rehearsal at 11:05.

Pirates of the Sea are preparing the show taking advantage of the best props they can get! In the last months they have obtained new stage outfits and props. The ship from Latvia to Serbia will arrive loaded with impressive and authentic ship steering wheel, flags, as well as adapted antique weapons and swords. Actually, Pirates are even thinking about negotiating with Serbia National Opera regarding the rent of a cannon.

The only thing bothering the delegation's mind is whether the prompts and the technical equipment will arrive safely to the venue and whether Serbia TV will give the green light to use them during the performance.

You can visit the Pirates' official website here.

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