The singers were part of children's music group Neposedy before being managed by producer and director Ivan Shapovalov and signing with Russian record label Neformat. The album was certified platinum by the IFPI for one million copies sold in Europe and became the first album by a foreign group to reach number one in Japan. The former was promoted with the international hit " All About Us ". The duo ventured into other projects, such as creating their own production company T. Music and promoting the film inspired by their story, You and I Their last pair of albums, Vesyolye Ulybki and Waste Management , followed between and , respectively.
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The group is known for their frequent lineup changes, with 13 different individuals having at one time been in the group. Kostyuk is the manager of the group and the co-producer of the group's albums. Meladze is the writer of the group's songs and the co-producer of the group's albums. In Alena and Nadiya made "Popytka No. The group's first live performance ever took place in Dnipropetrovsk on the stage of the city's Ledoviy Palace in front of 4, spectators. In , Nadiya suddenly found out she was pregnant and left temporarily to give birth. To take her place came the brunette Tatiana Naynik.
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When musicians in the west complain about being censored by "The Man", this is rarely the case. After all, songs criticising everyone from the police to the president fill the airwaves daily. Bands are allowed to play anti-war protests or demonstrations outside party conventions without fear of arrest. The Dixie Chicks, Pearl Jam and others might have alienated some fans when they criticised the Bush administration, but they faced no intimidation from the government itself. Outside the US and western Europe, however, censorship of musicians is rife in countries like Russia.
These songs were born more than a century ago. But even today they are included in the repertoires of more and more Russian performers, appear in movies, are played on the radio and simply performed by friends at a campfire. Today there are reports that the song was written by Ivan Larionov about years ago. According to a legend, the lyrics of the song were dreamed by Stepan Razin Stenka Razin — the leader of the Cossack uprising in southern Russia in the pre-empire period. This Russian folk round song was known at least 2.