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Dangerous and Moving


Download links and information about Dangerous and Moving by T. A. T. U.. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 40:58 minutes.

Artist: T. A. T. U.
Release date: 2005
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 40:58
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No. Title Length
1. Dangerous and Moving (Intro) 0:49
2. All About Us 3:00
3. Cosmos (Outer Space) 4:11
4. Loves Me Not 2:55
5. Friend or Foe 3:08
6. Gomenasai 3:42
7. Craving (I Only Want What I Can't Have) 3:50
8. Sacrifice 3:09
9. We Shout 3:02
10. Perfect Enemy 4:12
11. Objzienka Nol 4:25
12. Dangerous and Moving 4:35



Three years after they were an international media sensation — hey, who doesn't like talking about and looking at Russian lesbian schoolgirls? — t.A.t.U. returned in 2005 with their second album, Dangerous and Moving. As Tommy Duncan sang, time does indeed change everything, and t.A.t.U. had a turbulent three years, separating from the Svengali manager and, most shocking of all, revealing that they weren't lesbians at all! In fact, Julia Volkova actually had a child, which kind of punctured the whole schoolgirl lesbian fantasy that had been pushed by the dearly departed manager in the first place. So, free to be themselves, t.A.t.U. decided to grow up for their second album — and nothing says maturity like ditching the short plaid skirts and bringing in Sting to play bass for a track, while hiring Richard Carpenter for a string arrangement for another. The presence of these two middlebrow titans may suggest that Dangerous and Moving sounds different than their debut, 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane, and while that's true to a certain extent, it's also misleading. Yes, there are a couple more ballads here, the Eurotrash quotient isn't quite so trashy (yet it's every bit as Euro), and, best of all, the girls' voices aren't run through the computer compressor that makes them sound as high and shrill as a drill. But all these little changes don't really alter the duo's music much at all.