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Snowflakes - Radio Edit 00:00 Tools
Snowflakes - Club Mix 00:00 Tools
Snowflakes 00:00 Tools
Homebase Signs 00:00 Tools
Sameach 00:00 Tools
Snowflakes (Radio Edit) 00:00 Tools
Vanilla Love Tiger Needs Dope Control 00:00 Tools
The Garden 00:00 Tools
Samba Karamba - Lexer Remix 00:00 Tools
Sa'me'yakh (שמייח) (Israel) 00:00 Tools
Sameyakh 00:00 Tools
Purpur (Original Mix) 00:00 Tools
Samba Karamba 00:00 Tools
Rock Your Body Tonight 00:00 Tools
Snowflakes (Club Mix) 00:00 Tools
The Garden (extended) 00:00 Tools
Vanilla Love Tiger Needs Dope Control ( Survivor vs. Vanilla Ice vs. Justin Timberlake vs. Vienna DC vs. St. Germain) 00:00 Tools
Samba Karamba (Lexer Remix) 00:00 Tools
Sonnendeck - Original Instrumental 00:00 Tools
The Garden - Extended 00:00 Tools
Sonnendeck - Instrumental 00:00 Tools
The Garden (Original Mix) 00:00 Tools
Sameyach 00:00 Tools
Moby, Damien Jurado - Almost Home (PINGPONG Remix) 00:00 Tools
Be Happy 00:00 Tools
Subnatant 00:00 Tools
Sonnendeck 00:00 Tools
The Garden (Radio Edit) 00:00 Tools
You Know the Hand That Feeds You 00:00 Tools
Purpur (Original) 00:00 Tools
Otto Knows - Next To Me (Pingpong Remix) 00:00 Tools
Sa'me'yakh 00:00 Tools
Sameyakh (Be Happy) (live) 00:00 Tools
Pingpong - The Garden (Original Mix) // Le Jardin Anthem 2015 00:00 Tools
Samba Karamba - Dawson Remix 00:00 Tools
Stoneface & Terminal with Ellie Lawson - For You (Pingpong Remix) 00:00 Tools
The Garden (Bassmelodie Remix) 00:00 Tools
Sameach (Israel) 00:00 Tools
Getting Deeper Podcast #29 mixed by PINGPONG 00:00 Tools
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PingPong (Hebrew: פינג פונג‎) is an Israeli pop quartet that represented Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2000 with the song Sameach (Hebrew: שמח‎, lit. Happy). The members of the band were: Guy Asif, Ahal Eden, Roy Arad and Yifat Giladi. The band released one album Between Moral and Fashion (2000, Hed Arzi) with songs like "Burger Ranch" (Israeli chain of fastfood restaurants), "I got a lover in Givati" and "Mr. Israel". This album sells only about 1000 copies. Their hit song "Sameach" (Hebrew for "Happy") was admitted to the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest. At the close of voting the song had received 7 points, placing 22nd in a field of 24. The song lyrics mentioned a friend from Damascus who dates an Israeli girl. The band was dis-endorsed by the Israel Broadcasting Authority after waving the flag of Syria during the rehearsal and the video-clip of the song. They refused to back down for the performance in the final and pulled the flag out live, as planned, all to encourage the Israeli-Syrian peace[1] Ehud Barak was negotiating at the time. They also visited a Syrian community center in Stockholm, where the Eurovision was held. The band was the favourite of the NME magazine for winning the contest, but failed. In 2006 a documentary called "Sipur Sameach" made by filmmaker Alon Weinstock was released on DVD, following the group's trip to Sweden. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.