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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! show and replaced with T-shirts that said "Censored". The next single "Not Gonna Get Us" was released in May 2003. represented Russia at Eurovision Song Contest 2003, where they placed third. There were many rumors around the split until the show aired, which depicted the group leaving due to a lack of interest and care from their producer.Though not popular as the debut single, it managed to have success in most record charts. After the contest, Russia's Channel One complained that Irish broadcaster RTÉ (Ireland's national television broadcaster) had used a back-up jury, and that it had cost them victory; RTÉ did not use the televoting results after some network problems. The documentary revealed that the girls were not lesbians, and chronicled the group as they took part in Eurovision, earlier in the year. They also claimed the quality of the music being produced was too low, and that Shapovalov was only interested in creating scandals.They also enlisted the help of Trevor Horn to write the universal version of "Ya Soshla s Uma". While working with Shapovalov, the group was "controlled" by him and it was reported that he was "strict" while in the process of the album.The first single was completed in autumn 2000, entitled "Ya Soshla S Uma" (later released in English as "All the Things She Said").The English version of the album was released in December 2002 entitled 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane.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 duo established their world success with their debut English-language single "All the Things She Said", which gained acclaim from music journalists and critics. By the end of auditioning, the partners narrowed their search down to ten girls, including the members that finally become t. Both girls stood out among the others, especially because of their appearance and vocal experience, but the producers decided to start with 14-year-old Katina, who sang "It Must Have Been Love" by Roxette.The video of the single, however, generated controversy worldwide, showing the girls kissing in the rain in school uniforms. Both Lena Katina and Julia Volkova were part of the band, along with members Sergey Lazarev and Vlad Topalov. However, Neposedi denied the claims and said that she came to an age and she had to retire, even if Lena is older than Julia but retired later. Katina began recording demos, including "Yugoslavia", a protest song about NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
) were a Russian music duo that consisted of Lena Katina and Julia Volkova.
The studio album proved to be a huge success in Europe, selling over 2.5 million copies worldwide.
The album was eventually released in Japan, where it was certified Gold by RIAJ.
Their second single was "Nas Ne Dogonyat" which was only released in music video form rather than as an official CD single, although a promotional conjoined "Ya Soshla s Uma/Nas Ne Dagonyat" was released in Poland.
This was followed by the third single "30 Minut", only available as a music video.