I do think it's interesting, but it requires quite a bit of background knowledge and parsing to make it so.
Doesn't Alaska have oil?
Lots of much bigger countries have to do with the same money underdeveloped States have. Chile has Alabama's economy for example. ...Tennessee is compared to South Africa. Initially I was like, yeah I get it; They make arguably bad movies, we make arguably bad music, fair enough. (lol) But on closer look I see the huge difference. South Africa having 4x the land mass and almost 8x the population. ...I was a little surprised Brazil does as well as Texas.
Valence is based on songs' key, harmony and beats - and ignores the lyrics altogether."It's all from the waveform," said Eliot Van Buskirk, data storyteller at Spotify."The song Happy by Pharrell Williams has an incredible high valence rating, as one would expect, even though the valence attribute has no idea that the song is literally called Happy."There's a clear Eurovision gloom belt cutting across central and eastern Europe, but things perk up significantly if you look further east and to Scandinavia.
It cannot place anywhere high, but good enough it got to the finals.
What if Australia won? The singers of all Europe (and their most passionate fans) would have to travel halfway across the globe, the show must begin at 21:00 CET, but it's something like 5 a.m. in Australia...
Estonia has a good operatic performer this year (Russian singer). And the song is in Italian. No gay or romantic dancing. No other fooling around. It cannot place anywhere high, but good enough it got to the finals.
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