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Music Out of the Past - Elf M. Sternberg
Music Out of the Past
This afternoon, several of us went out to lunch at a great, great ethnic Russian restaurant nestled deep inside Pike Place Market and well-shielded from the cold weather. As we were waiting for our food, the Russian-language radio feed playing from the open kitchen space played Ya Soshla S'Uma, the original Russian version of Tatu's All The Things She Said. Remember them, the faux lesbian studio act that always ended every lip synch with a kiss that looked more and more reluctantly drugged the longer the act wore on? Yeah, the original video: still hot.

Kinda blew my mind. I haven't heard from them in years. I actually bought their US release album, 200 KmH In The Wrong Lane, which was a fairly serviceable piece of pop music. I'll have to put it on my MP3 player when I get home.

Grief! That videa hit our shores in 2000. I think the only reason I saw it was 'cause CompuServe had bandwidth to spare.

Current Mood: giggly giggly
Current Music: Tatu, All The Things She Said

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blaisepascal From: blaisepascal Date: January 12th, 2012 04:09 am (UTC) (Link)
Only in Russia. Can you imagine the reaction in the States if a record producer auditioned 14-year-old girls to sing in a faux-lesbian pop duo?

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