New Tatu Album, Same Lousy Interviews

Lena Katina and Julia Volkova of Tatu - 'Dangerous and Moving'

Blender caught up with singer Lena Katina, who says their new album ‘Dangerous and Moving’ inspired a new work ethic in the studio. “We did it mostly ourselves,” Lena Katina contended. When asked if they wrote the songs, she admitted, “No.” Did they play the instruments? “No.” Did they produce the album? “No.” As for the critics who think their time has passed, Katina said, “Frankly speaking, I don’t give a sh**.” But what can she say about the new album? “It’s difficult,” she said. “If you really want to get into it, you could spend hours talking about this album.”

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3 thoughts on “New Tatu Album, Same Lousy Interviews

  1. SaNKa says:

    They aren’t songwriters they are singers. When they said they did most the album themselves they probably meant they chose the tracks themselves, maybe they did some vocal production. Anyway it doesn’t matter, they have an awesome sound and their music is great.

  2. yelenerz says:

    Being a fan of Russian music I can say that none of the Russian singers write their own songs and very few play their own instruments. In Russian there is a clear line between a singer and a songwriter. Both are widely respected. In fact often times a songwriter will go on tour with the singer and before each song the singer will mention the songwriter, who will then get up to take a bow. That’s something that is missing in the US here a singer isn’t “real” and is less respected if he can’t write a song.

  3. SkItTleZzZ_n_DeLiLah says:

    the talents do not go hand in hand, but for some reason it is meshed that way in the’, ‘general American mind.

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