200 Po Vstrechnoy (2001) : 200 Po Vstrechnoy (lit. 200 [km/h] Against The Traffic), is the first Russian studio album by t.A.T.u., initially released on May 21, 2001. Due to the sales of this album, t.A.T.u. became the first Eastern European act to receive an IFPI Europe Platinum Award. The English version of this album, 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane, won the award as well, making t.A.T.u. the first group ever to receive an IFPI Europe Platinum Award for the same album in two different languages.
200 km/h in the Wrong Lane (2002) : 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane is a debut English album by t.A.T.u. released in late 2002. It is the English version of 200 Po Vstrechnoy album. The album has gone Platinum in Europe, Gold in the United States and the United Kingdom and Diamond in Russia and Japan, and is their most successful album to date with worldwide sales of more than 6 million copies.
Dangerous and Moving (2005) : Dangerous and Moving is the second English-language album by t.A.T.u. The album was first released on October 5, 2005 in Japan then on October 10 in the UK, October 11 in North America, and in Europe & Latin America on October 14.
Lyudi Invalidy (2005) : Lyudi Invalidy (Invalid People) is the second Russian-language studio album by t.A.T.u., released on October 21, 2005 in Russia. Lately the album was released in some Eastern European countries, Germany and Mexico. The album was certified Platinum in Russia by NFPF.
Vesyolye Ulybki (2008) : Vesyolye Ulybki / Happy Smiles (Happy Smilesi) is t.A.T.u’s third Russian studio album. The album’s working title was Upravleniye Otbrosami / Управление отбросами / Waste Management and it was released on October 21. The album reached sales of more than 200,000 copies in Russia. The English counterpart ‘Waste Management’ was released in December 2009.
Waste Management (2009) : Waste Management is the third English-language studio album, and the sixth studio album overall, by Russian duo t.A.T.u.. It is the English version of Veselye Ulybki. The album was released on December 15, 2009. The digital version of the album is available in two versions, both containing the same songs. One version is called the “Track by Track” version, which includes each song as a separate track. The other version is the “Single Track” or “Transcendent Version”, in which all the songs are segued together without any intermediate gaps in between songs. The physical CD release features the “Transcendent Version”.Related Information: