It's Eurovision week and here at Munster we've decided to take part too, but in our own way. So we've rounded up some of the European artists that appear on our records to create a line-up for an alternative Eurovision. Hope you enjoy it, pick a favourite and vote!
From the Czech Republic comes Marta Kubisová with 'Modrej Vres', where her powerful voice shines surrounded by a wonderful production.
Micky actually represented Spain at Eurovision in 1977, where he finished 9th with 'Enséñame a cantar'. Now accompanied by Los Tonys, 'El problema de mis pelos' sounds like a guaranteed top 3 position.
Punk attitude is missing from Eurovision these days, but to solve that here's Steve Treatment from the UK with his experimental glam rock hit 'Change Of Plan'.
Can you imagine singing at Eurovision and being out of tune in front of millions of people watching at home? That's not something Italian Sandro Brugnolini has to worry about while he plays 'Megattera', an instrumental full of groove.
Although Claudine Coppin spent part of her singing career in Spain during the 60s, here she represents her native France with her irresistible style and the sparkling 'Saint-Trop' Express'.
From the country that gave us Abba come Aoousch! with a slab of another of the great Swedish specialties: raw and powerful garage punk.
Blues one-man band The Legendary Tigerman (aka Paolo Furtado) is accompanied this time by Asia Argento in the sensual and captivating 'Life Ain't Enough For You'.
The Netherlands have a distinguished garage beat tradition and De Keefmen pay it tribute with 'You Remind Me', an amazing Outsiders cover.