200 KM/H In The Wrong Lane

December 10, 2002 | Format: MP3

$7.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 10, 2002
  • Release Date: December 10, 2002
  • Label: Interscope
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 Universal Music Russia under exclusive license to Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 42:12
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  • ASIN: B000WIN7O6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (620 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,304 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

It's by far one of the best albums I have ever heard.
"aspen19832003"
This album is really amazing, the first time i listened All the things she said i was shocked by what i was hearing, a great song with an outrageous chorus.
Monalisa Smile
T.A.t.u's debut album is a mix of great lyrics and catchy music put in one.
"wbslinger63"

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82 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Paco Lepe on December 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is my personal opinion about the quality of this album, which is more POP ROCK than the Russian album which is more DANCE POP:
1. Not gonna get us: If you like Pop, Rock and "THE MATRIX SOUNDTRACK" kind of songs, then this one may be your favourite. The song tell us a story about a forbidden love, and how the 2 girls will continue with it, doesn't matter what can happen, "They are not gonna get us!!" Really good one. 9 of 10.
2. All the things she said: The main reason to buy this album, the best song in it. One of my best songs ever TOP TEN. The best one. 10 of 10.
3. Show me Love: It starts with a phone call, in Russian, then with a slow and soft beginning charms you, it continues with one of the coolest chorus ever heard: "SHOW ME LOVE, SHOW ME LOVE, TIL I OPEN THE DOOR, SHOW ME LOVE, SHOW ME LOVE, TIL I AM READY FOR MORE". Really cool. 9.5 of 10.
4. 30 minutes: In how much time can pain kill you???, How much time does it take to forget pure and true love???, How much blood is it needed for true love to be free???. This is my favourite song, sad, melancholic and powerful song. Definetly one of the best ballads ever, and one of their singles, you've got to see the video, it is amazing as well. 10 of 10.
5. How soon is now: You are not dreaming, if you like the Charmed TV SHOW Openning, then this is your song, if you don't it doesn't matter you are going to love it anyway. It is the same song than the TV Show, the only difference is that this one really rocks!!!!. 9 of 10.
6. Clowns (Can you see me now): Are you ashamed of what these two girls are doing???, They don't even care, this song tells us what Lena and Yulia think about those ones who always critize and talk about them.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Terry on January 28, 2003
Format: Audio CD
A friend introduced me to the band yesterday evening. I took the liberty of downloading the album to check it out (Yes, I still buy my music, but I like to hear it first)...
I read up on the act on MTV's website (and checked out the photos. Nice). What you're looking at are two russian girls, ages 17 and 18, who have parents in the music business and - as the review states - a well-known and renowned producer. The girls are not confessed lesbians - they're marketed as such. They seem to take the stance that they love one another, but it remains to be seen if that love is purely friendly or if it's actually something more...
As for the music (which is really all that matters, unless you stare at album covers while you're listening): The disc is good. The beats are well wrought and the lyrics are actually pretty well done for this genre. While they catch some flack for not being native english speakers, I like the effect that their accents have on the lyrics. It adds a sensuality, I think, and that's what this group is all about.
It's definitely worth a listen. If you like to keep your techno in your clubs, then just check out some pics. If, however, you DJ or mix your own parties ... you won't want to pass this one up.
Personally, I think techno is great for keeping up my energy level when I'm doing housework and other mundane tasks. Yeah, I'm getting it.
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40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By TorridlyBoredShopper VINE VOICE on January 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Likened by many critics to the boybands that have constantly cluttered our airwaves for what seems like centuries, these dual Russian pop sensations seemed to have been met with mixed reviews and harmed in some ways by their sexuality ploy to push their way in the door. Not immune to this, I have to say that I, too, was a little distraught to hear that someone else was defaming the already unsalvageable realm dubbed the music industry with yet another marketing ploy. Yes, when I first heard of t.A.T.u. and the ploy used to sell their albums, I found myself invariably skeptical of what content their album could hold. Still, I opted to listen to their Russian release first, and I noticed something that the press seemed to have left out; that the rudimentary elements of a band that seemed like they could be entertaining actually existed within that premanufacture publicity ploy. Accordingly, I went out to purchase 200 Km/H in the wrong Lane and have been entertained by it ever since.
Although the sound is definitely crafted from the mainstream intersections that pop feeds from, the album still had a few gems hidden inside it that I actually found myself enjoying. From the frantic beats and hasty lyrics of "Not Gonna Get Us" I found something to entertain my temponic cravings, then I found myself and my lack of radio station ingestation paying off as the ballad-with-a-beat "All The Things She Said" kicked in, and the album went from there. Personally I found Clowns one of the more meritable tracks listed, because their "floating forests in the air" analogies in the lyrics seem beautiful for some reason.
This isn't to say that everything about the album is perfect, mind you, nor is this review saying that I agree with the way the tracks were arranged.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "wbslinger63" on January 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I just got the cd last night at Best Buy, and i like it. T.A.t.u's debut album is a mix of great lyrics and catchy music put in one. To extend this review even more, i'm gonna break it down by songs.
1. Not Gonna Get Us: A terrific song, I must say. The lyrics, though somewhat repetitive ("Not gonna get us/not gonna get us/not gonna get us..."), the beat and well-mixed track get's the ear's attention. Julia and Lana's eerie duet voices add a cool effect to this song.
2. All the Things She Said: This over-played song (I've heard this song enough times) is, I must admit, a well-written song and a terrific example of how well European dance music can get. The rebellious (if that is the right term) lyrics of "girl-loving-girl-will-their-parents-ever-accept-this?" is interplayed with a mix of guitars, cool percussion, and awesome vinyl scratches. Whoever mixed this song rocked (Robert Orton) and did a great job.
3. Show Me Love: Another "girl-and-girl" song, this song is alright, not as good as the rest of the cd, though. Good mix though (In fact, that's what I'm going to end up saying about the rest of the CD).
4. 30 Minutes: Okay, this song is creepy, but good. If you put the volume up and play it in the middle of the gym, i'd bet you'd feel like you were in a cadethral. A good song with a very creepy tune (if that's Julia who whispers in the beginning, that was a good effect). The use of the piano, soft laughter, and weird organ sound was great.
5. How Soon is Now: I don't remember this song.
6. Clowns (can you see me now?)-Their voices were very high in this song, and the fact that they were talking about clowns scared the hell out of me (i have a phobia for that sorta thing).
7. Malchik Gay: This is ultimately one of the coolest songs in the album.
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