|t. A. T. u.|
t.A.T.u. at the Viva Comet concert in Poland (2008)
|Genres||Electronica, pop, rock, dance|
T.A. Music 2005–2011
Soyuz Music 2008
Misteriya Zvuka 2009
Coqueiro Verde Record 2009
Pelo Music 2010
t.A.T.u., or known in Russian as Тату, was a Russian pop music duo, made up of Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova. The group was formed in 1999 in Moscow. Their albums include "200 Russian "200 Po Vstrechnoy", "200 km/h in the wrong lane", "Lyudi Invalidy", "Dangerous and moving" and "Waste management". They split in 2011.
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t.A.T.u. released their first single "All the Things She Said" in 2002. It reached number one in the United Kingdom. The song is about a relationship between two girls. In the music video Lena and Yulia kiss each other. ITV banned it from their show CD:UK. In 2003 t.A.T.U performed "Ne Ver', Ne Boysia" at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest for their country Russia. They came third.
References[change | change source]
- CD Review: t.A.T.u – 200 km/H In The Wrong Lane – Western Herald
- "t.A.T.u. Biography (Rock Musicians) — Infoplease.com".
- "Рок-группа "Тату" не собрала и половины зала (All about group t.A.T.u – Site)". 26 December 2006.