Europe: song contest won by Lordi, Styracosaur hard rock band


This music video is called LordiHard Rock Hallelujah (Finland) 2006 Eurovision Song Contest Winner.

The Eurovision song contest of tonight was won by heavy metal band Lordi from Finland, with their song “Hard rock hallelujah”.

Their web site is not working right at this moment, probably due to overload.

They look like Kiss, but with even more make-up.

One of them looks like a styracosaur dinosaur (see also here; and here).

Interesting to see different music from usually win.

Usually, the climax of the Eurovision song contest is the winners playing the winning song once more.

BBC television seemed to dislike Lordi and their unusual song so much that they finished their broadcasting of the contest prematurely.

Heavy metal fans from various European countries had campaigned on the Internet to vote for Lordi.

This is a Styracosaurus video.

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