Greece: Secret combination, the album released

by Stella Floras 80 views

Kalomira Sarantis, who placed third for Greece in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, has just released her fourth personal album which includes among other tracks her Eurovision entry, Secret combination in two versions.

Secret combination, The album hit Greek stores this week following Kalomira's success in Belgrade. It contains twelve tracks, some in English but most in Greek. This is Kalomira's fourth personal album and the artist herself is very happy with the outcome, stating that this is her best album so far.

Inside the CD cover, Kalomira thanks everyone who helped and supported her get so far and especially Greece: "I want to thank Greece who gave me the opportunity to do what I love and represent my country in the Eurovision Song Contest. That made all my dreams come true. Thank you!" she writes.

Currently, Secret combination, the single, can be found in charts across Europe. It is at #71 in the official UK singles chart, #41 in the Irish charts, # 29 in Denmark and # 50 in Sweden. As far as the itunes Top Ten World Songs chart is concerned, Secret combination is charting almost everywhere from Luxemburg to New Zealand (see the chart here ).

You can listen to samples from songs from Kalomira's new album here.

Full track list:
01.Secret combination
02.Sto diko sou rythmo
03.All thatI need
04.Fall to you
05.S’agapo
06.Kathe fora
07.Money ain't the key
08.Yparchoun ores
09.Sto eipa chiliades fores
10.Vradiazei
11.Hot
12.Secret combination (Master Tempo mix)

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Stella Floras

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