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This was followed by the third single "30 Minut", only available as a music video.
The studio album proved to be a huge success in Europe, selling over 2.5 million copies worldwide.
The first single was completed in autumn 2000, entitled "Ya Soshla S Uma" (later released in English as "All the Things She Said").
It was not physically and formally released until December 2000.
The album was eventually released in Japan, where it was certified Gold by RIAJ.
The group went on tour in 2001, where their routines were described as "precise" and featured routines where the girls had to strip.
Katina was also in a band named "Avenue" between 19. With this idea in mind, Shapovalov and Voitinskiy organized auditions in Moscow in early 1999 for teenage female vocalists. Both Lena and Julia knew each other before the auditions.
Both Lena Katina and Julia Volkova were part of the band, along with members Sergey Lazarev and Vlad Topalov. were formed in 1999 by Ivan Shapovalov and his friend/business partner Alexander Voitinskiy, who developed plans to create a musical project in Russia.
According to Katina, Shapovalov was inspired to create the duo after the release of the Swedish film Show Me Love which focused on the romance between two school girls.
For the release of their first English-language album, they decided to go by t. T.u., using uppercase letters and periods to distinguish themselves from an already existing Australian band, Tatu.
Over the next year, Katina and Volkova recorded songs with their producers.
The group was backed by their record label, Universal Music International, in finding adequate songs and production to release a new album. The video, as well as the actual song, is quite a departure from t. T.u.'s usual style and leaves many of their fans cold. On 21 November 2006, the region of the Komi Republic in Russia filed a lawsuit against t. Leonid Vakuev, a human rights representative for the Komi Republic, interpreted the song as being directed towards disabled people and cited words written in the booklet for the album, which said: "[Lyudi Invalidy] do not know what it means to be a human being. "Beliy Plaschik" and "220" were the main attractions on a special release known as "Hyperion-Plate", the first-ever EP from the duo.