200 km/h In The Wrong Lane [Enhanced CD]
 : 200 km/h In The Wrong Lane [Enhanced CD]

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from: Interscope

Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Umgd/Interscope
EAN: 0044006410722
Format: Enhanced
Item Dimensions: 4550020575
Label: Interscope
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Interscope
MPN: MFR044006410722#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: December 10, 2002
Publisher: Interscope
Release Date: December 10, 2002
Studio: Interscope

Disc 1:
  1. Not Gonna Get Us
  2. All The Things She Said
  3. Show Me Love
  4. 30 Minutes
  5. How Soon Is Now
  6. Clowns (Can You See Me Now?)
  7. Malchik Gay
  8. Stars
  9. Ya Shosla S Uma
  10. Nas Ne Dagoniat
  11. Show Me Love (Extended Version)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
T.A.T.U. ~ 200 Km/H In The Wrong Lane
Two comely teenage lesbian lovers from Russia who happen to sing? That seems more like marketing masterstroke than pop music likelihood, so it's fair to question the authenticity of t.A.T.u.'s English language debut. It's impossible to know where t.A.T.u.'s talent begins and ends and just how much influence their various handlers and producer Trevor Horn had over 200 Km/h in the Wrong Lane, but it's probably a moot point to the intended demographic. Horn's background working with electro-pop dandies Pet Shop Boys and Frankie Goes to Hollywood is evident in the crisp, driving synth cushioning singers Lena Katina and Julia Volkova's gossamer vocals. Wink-nudge lyrical references to girls loving girls--presented in serviceable if phonetic English--are in evidence, though they're more coy than graphic. "All the Things She Said," a sparkly, chorus-driven rave-up, seems to make the case for sexual equality, while "Show Me Love"--which appears in regular and extended versions--is a dance floor missive aimed straight at the clubs. Best, though, is an unintentionally ironic cover of the Smiths' "How Soon Is Now." The song, a benchmark of loneliness and hopelessness, is utterly transformed into a chirpy duet which, all things considered, may be the best gimmick of all! --Kim Hughes

Average Rating: none

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