Estonian broadcaster ERR <a href="">has released</a> a list of the songs available for listening from this year's Eesti Laul, the Estonian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen.

All the 20 songs are now available except, notably, Sandra Nurmsalu's "Kui Tuuled Pöörduvad". Sandra is already being touted on social media as one of the favorites to win, especially with her previous experience in Eurovision 2009 as part of Urban Symphony, whose song "Rändajad" came sixth overall.

Sandra isn't alone in trying for another shot at the Eurovision crown. Lauri Pihlap was part of the group 2XL who, along with Tanel Padar and Dave Benton, took the Eurovision trophy home to Tallinn in 2001.

The available songs are below. Each link is via YouTube unless otherwise specified. Click on the song titles below to listen to each song:
<li>August Hunt – <a href="" target="_blank">“Kus On EXIT??</a></li>
<li>Brigita Murutar – “<a href=";video=10522#.Ut7TpBDTkdU" target="_blank">Laule Täis Taevakaar</a>? (via ERR)</li>
<li>Kõrsikud – “<a href="" target="_blank">Tule Ja Jää</a>"</li>
<li>Lauri Pihlap – “<a href="" target="_blank">Lootus</a>?</li>
<li>Lenna – “<a href="" target="_blank">Supernoova</a>?</li>
<li>Maiken – “<a href="" target="_blank">Siin Või Sealpool Maad</a>?</li>
<li>Maltised – “<a href="" target="_blank">Elu</a>?</li>
<li>MiaMee – “<a href="" target="_blank">Fearful Heart</a>? (via SoundCloud)</li>
<li>NimmerSchmidt – “<a href="" target="_blank">Sandra</a>? (via SoundCloud)</li>
<li>Nion – “<a href="" target="_blank">Muud Pole Vaja</a>?</li>
<li>Norman Salumäe – “<a href=";video=10549#.Ut7UuBDTkdV" target="_blank">Search</a>? (via ERR)</li>
<li>Sofia Rubina – “<a href="" target="_blank">City Lights</a>?</li>
<li>State of Zoe – “<a href="" target="_blank">Solina</a>? (mp3 via ERR)</li>
<li>Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band – “<a href="" target="_blank">Maybe-Maybe</a>?</li>
<li>Tanja – “<a href="" target="_blank">Amazing</a>?</li>
<li>The Titles – “<a href="" target="_blank">Flame</a>? (via SoundCloud)</li>
<li>Traffic – “<a href="" target="_blank">Für Elise</a>?</li>
<li>VÖÖRAD – “<a href="" target="_blank">Maailm On Hull</a>? (via SoundCloud)</li>
<li>Wilhelm – “<a href="" target="_blank">Resignal</a>?</li>
The first Eesti Laul semifinal will be held on 14 February, and the second on 21 February. The final will be held on 1 March, when Estonia decides who to send to Copenhagen this year.

<em>Which one do you think's a winner, so far? Waiting in suspense for Sandra Nurmsalu's song? Let us know in the <a href="" target="_blank">Estonia 2014 forum</a>.</em>