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The album 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane achieved huge success worldwide and eventually became the first group ever to get the IFPI Europe platinum award for the same album in two different languages.In March 2011, the duo officially announced their separation, due to personal reasons and conflicts between themselves and embarked on solo careers, which started around the end of 2008.The album peaked inside the top twenty in the majority of European and Western countries, and to date has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.The first single from the album was "All the Things She Said" released in October 2002.T.u.'s manager Boris Renski announced that Yulia Volkova was seriously ill.web shop on 18 October, with a small number of buyers receiving a limited-edition postcard set as a prize.The documentary revealed that the girls were not lesbians, and chronicled the group as they took part in Eurovision, earlier in the year.
She also started recording not long after Lena's "Yugoslavia" demo was finished."All About Us" was a worldwide hit, charting in the top ten in majority of European charts.
Many musical journalists, publications and music critics had branded the group's music as "paedophilic pop." On 25 February 2003 the women mocked NBC's insistence that they neither kiss nor comment on the Iraq war by performing "All the Things She Said" in white "T-shirts that bore the Russian language message Khuy Voyne!
) across the front, and by blocking their faces with their hands as they kissed during a break in their performance." The "Fuck the War!
I'm sure our fans would rather hear new songs and new albums than new scandals." Katina then stated, "He made us out to BE lesbians when we were just singing FOR lesbians.
performed in Saint Petersburg, Russia on 28 April kicking off their Dangerous and Moving Tour.