Episode 48 – Coulda Shoulda Woulda’s: Part 1

Listen to the episode here: Episode 48 – Coulda Shoulda Woulda’s Part 1

In this episode, Danie and Mark get in the TARDIS and travel back to 2016/2017 to see what songs Coulda Shoulda or Woulda made the country episodes if the Yoda Beanie Of Doom picked a different order based on the Jury Of Two.


Songs Include (full or in part):

I Can’t Go On – Robin Bengtsson (2017)

Dance You Off – Benjamin Ingrosso (2018)

Line – Triana Park (2017)

Funny Girl – Laura Rizzotto (2018)

Blackbird – Norma John (2017)

Monsters – Saara Aalto (2018)

Flashlight – Kasia Mos (2017)

Light Me Up – Gromee ft. Lukas Meijer (2018)

Running On Air – Nathan Trent (2017)

Nobody But You – Cesar Sampson (2018)

World – Lindita (2017)

Mall – Eugent Bushpepa (2018)

Skeletons – Dihaj (2017)

X My Heart – Aisel (2018)

Lights and Shadows – OG3NE (2017)

Outlaw In ‘Em – Waylon (2018)

Fly With Me – Artsvik (2017)

Qami – Sevak Khanagyan (2018)

My Friend – Jacques Houdek (2017)

Crazy – Franka (2018)

Never Give Up On You – Lucie Jones (2017)

Storm – SuRie (2018)

Keep The Faith – Tamara Gachechiladze (2017)

For You – Iriao – Jazz Ethno Band (2018)

Where I Am – Anja Nissen (2017)

Higher Ground – Rasmussen (2018)

Gravity – Hovig (2017)

Fuego – Eleni Foureira (2018)

Grab The Moment – JOWST (2017)

That’s How You Write A Song – Alexander Rybak (2018)

In Too Deep – Tijana Bogicevic (2017)

Nova Deca – Sanja Illc and Balkanika (2018)

I Feel Alive – Imri (2017)

Toy – Netta (2018)


…They also chat about good looking Swedish people, TRON, travelators, Molly Meldrum, The Last Supper, David Lynch, Wilson Phillips, Russia getting annoyed with people, everything in pink, dentists, and Yoda Beanie of Doom’s holiday update.

The next episode is our Coulda Shoulda Woulda: Part Two – another five songs that would have made our country top fives if the timing was different.


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Intro and Indents provided by Shock Wave SoundInto The Lights by Global Sound System.


Snippets of audio used for entertainment purposes only:

TARDIS | 2014 | Dematerialisation – (audio taken from YouTube)

Licences available upon request.

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