Cool Vibes

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"Cool Vibes"
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Single by Vanilla Ninja
from the album Blue Tattoo
A-side "Cool Vibes"
ReleasedJune 20, 2005
Recorded2005
Genre Gothic rock, hard rock, pop rock, Symphonic metal
Length3:00
Label Bros Music
Songwriter(s) David Brandes,
Jane Tempest (Petra Brändle),
John O'Flynn
Producer(s) David Brandes
Vanilla Ninja singles chronology
"I Know (Unplugged)"
(2005)
"Cool Vibes"
(2005)
"Megamix"
(2005)
Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
Country
Artist(s)
As
Language
Composer(s)
David Brandes,
Jane Tempest
Lyricist(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
8th
Semi-final points
114
Final result
8th
Final points
128
Entry chronology
◄ "Celebrate" (2004)   
"If We All Give a Little" (2006) ►

"Cool Vibes" was the Swiss entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, sung by Estonian girl band Vanilla Ninja. The song was composed by David Brandes and "Jane Tempest" (Petra Brändle), and was written by Bernd Meinunger, under the pseudonym "John O'Flynn".

It performed at the semi-final Eurovision Song Contest 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine. It performed 19th on the night, following Andorra's Marian van de Wal with "La mirada interior" and preceding Croatia's Boris Novković and "Vukovi umiru sami". At the close of the voting the song received 114 points, placing 8th.

At the final of the contest, Vanilla Ninja performed 22nd on the night, following Bosnia and Herzegovina's Feminnem with "Call Me" and preceding Latvia's Walters and Kazha and "The War Is Not Over". At the close of the voting the song received 128 points, placing 8th out of 24 countries.

It was succeeded as Swiss representative by Six4one with "If We All Give a Little".

Charts

Chart (2005)Peak
position
Austrian Singles Chart [1] 58
German Singles Chart [2] 42
Estonian Singles Chart 3
Swiss Singles Chart [3] 17

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