Dangerous and Moving
|Dangerous And Moving|
|Studio album by t.A.T.u.|
|Released||October 5, 2005|
|Recorded||February — May 2005
Jaggo Studios (partly), North Hollywood
|Genre||Pop rock, synthpop, alternative rock, trip hop|
|Label||Interscope Records Russia|
|Producer||Martin Kierszenbaum, Robert Orton, Sergio Galoyan, Dennis Ingoldsby, Ed Buller, Andy Kubiszewski, Trevor Horn, T.A. Music, Boris Renski (executive)|
Japanese release cover
|Singles from Dangerous And Moving|
|The Pitt News|||
|The Boston Phoenix|||
|Stylus Magazine||B+ |
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 and Latin America, on October 14. The album has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide.
Production on Dangerous And Moving spanned out from Los Angeles, to London, and Moscow. There were two notable recording sessions with the record's producer, Sergio Galoyan. The first was August 4–20, 2004 a recording session in Moscow with just Lena that produced songs like "Cosmos", "Sacrifice" (one demo ft. Claire Guy) and demos "All My Love", "I Know", "One Love" and "You". The second recording session was from January 17 - April 18, 2005 in Los Angeles with "Sacrifice", "Perfect Enemy" and the demo of "We Shout" titled "Reach Out" sung by Katina.
Other demo versions of the songs are available online, such as: "All About Us (performed by the Veronicas)", "Sacrifice (with both Yulia and Lena)", "Perfect Enemy (which is very different and recorded by Claire Guy, this is the original pre production demo version along with Cosmos and Sacrifice as a collaboration between Sergio and Claire )" and "Obezyanka Nol".
Although Sting, Dave Stewart, Richard Carpenter , The Veronicas and Claire Guy did work on the album, they did not actually meet the girls for production. Sergio Galoyan became a liaison for the production. However, Richard Carpenter did meet the girls after the recording of the album at their video shoot for the single Friend or Foe. The video was shot on location at Bronson Cave in Hollywood, directed by James Cox, while the executive producer was Grant Cihlar for 1171 Production Group. According to the booklet, the album was recorded at 8 different recording studios. The album cover photography and design was made by their own music group TA Music.
- "All About Us" was the lead single of the album, released in September 2005. It became a top-10 hit across Europe and the world. Peaking at number 8 in the UK Singles Chart and number 6 in the European Hot 100. Also it reached number 13 in the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. The video won Best Video MTV Russia 2006.
- "Friend or Foe" was released as the second single in December 2005. It peaked at number 33 in the European Hot 100 and number 48 in the UK Singles Chart.
- "Gomenasai" was released as the third single in Latin America and Asia and as the second in some European territories in May 2006. It wasn't released in the United States and the United Kingdom. The single reached number 59 in the European Hot 100.
- "Loves Me Not" was released as the fourth and final single in November 2006. It was released only as a promotional single for compilation album The Best. It peaked at number 28 in Russian Airplay Chart and failed to peak any important charts around the world.
- "Dangerous and Moving (Intro)" (И. Шаповалов) – 0:49
- "All About Us" (J. Alexander, B. Steinberg, L. Origliasso, J. Origliasso) – 3:00
- "Cosmos (Outer Space)" (S. Galoyan, M. Kierszenbaum, L. Alexandrovski, V. Polienko) – 4:11
- "Loves Me Not" (E. Buller, A. Kubiszewski) – 2:55
- "Friend or Foe" (M. Kierszenbaum, D. Stewart) – 3:08
- "Gomenasai" (M. Kierszenbaum) – 3:42
- "Craving (I Only Want What I Can't Have)" (L. Lindley-Jones) – 3:50
- "Sacrifice" (S. Galoyan, M. Kierszenbaum) – 3:09
- "We Shout" (Nekkermann, M. Kierszenbaum, L. Alexandrovski, V. Polienko) – 3:02
- "Perfect Enemy" (S. Galoyan, M. Kierszenbaum, T.A. Music, V. Polienko) – 4:12
- "Obezyanka Nol (Обезьянка Ноль)" (V. Adarichev, A. Pokutni, V. Polienko) – 4:25
- "Dangerous and Moving" (И. Шаповалов, M. Кирзенбаум, Л. Александровский, T.A. Music, V. Polienko) – 4:35
- "Vsya Moya Lyubov' (Вся Моя Любовь)" (Only in Japan, U.K., Europe, Brazil, Australia, Latin America) – 5:50
- "Lyudi Invalidy (Люди Инвалиды)" (Only in Europe Deluxe Edition and United Kingdom edition) – 4:35
- "Divine" (Only in Japan, also included on The Best (t.A.T.u. album) and the All About Us CD single – 3:17
- The Japanese version comes with a bonus DVD containing music videos for "All About Us" and "Dangerous And Moving", making-of footage for the "All About Us" video, EPK, and a t.A.T.u. Remix Package that has isolated sounds for Guitar, Bass, Drums, Synths and Vocals for the track "Loves Me Not".
- The Taiwanese limited edition comes with a bonus DVD containing the video for "All About Us" - (Uncensored Version), two lyric/picture booklets, and a fold-out guitar/piano music poster for the song "Gomenasai" presented in a unique embossed card picture slipcase.
- The European version of this CD comes with a fold-out guitar/piano music poster for the song "Gomenasai" and a bonus DVD containing "The Making of All About Us" video shoot (including the finished, uncensored video at the end of the program) and a t.A.T.u. Remix Package that has isolated sounds for guitar, bass, drums, synths and vocals for the track "Loves Me Not".
Certifications, peaks and sales
There are only 2 shared tracks and 5 tracks which have a Russian/English counterpart.
- "All About Us"
- "Loves Me Not"
- "Обезьянка Ноль" (Obezyanka Nol) / later reworked into 'Null And Void' on the album 'The Best')
- "Люди Инвалиды" (Lyudi Invalidy) / "Dangerous And Moving"
- "Космос" (Kosmos) / "Cosmos (Outer Space)"
- "Ничья" (Nichya) / "We Shout"
- "Новая Модель" (Novaya Model) / "Perfect Enemy"
The musical arrangement of "Loves Me Not" is different on Dangerous And Moving than on Люди Инвалиды (Lyudi Invalidy). The English version of 'Obezyanka Nol', "Null And Void", is found on The Best. The English version of Vsya Moya Lyubov, "All My Love", was never released, but was recorded as a demo by Lena Katina.
Personnel / credits
- t.A.T.u. - Vocals
- Tom Baker — Mastering
- Ed Buller - Producer
- Cindy Cooper — Production Coordination
- Sergio Galoyan - Producer, Composer
- Trevor Horn - Producer
- Tomoko Itoki — Product Manager
- David Junk — Executive Director
- Martin Kierszenbaum - Producer, A&R
- Andy Kubiszewski - Producer
- Robert Orton - Producer, Engineer, Mixing
- Boris Renski — Executive Producer
- Andrea Ruffalo — A&R
- Ami Spishock — Product Manager
- T.A. Music - Design, Photography, Concept
- Tony Ugval — Engineer
- Xudoznik — Producer
Dangerous and Moving Tour (2005–2007)
- "Dangerous and Moving/"Lyudi Invalidy
- "All About Us"
- "Loves Me Not"
- "Chto Ne Khvatayet"
- "We Shout"/ Nichya
- "Friend or Foe"
- "Obezyanka Nol"
- "Perfect Enemy"/ Novaya Model
- "Show Me Love"
- "How Soon Is Now"
- "30 Minutes"/ 30 Minut
- "Not Gonna Get Us"/"Nas Ne Dagoniat"
- "Ne Ve,Ne Boysia"
- "All The Things She Said"/"Ya Soshla S Uma"
- Cosmos(Outer Space)
- One Love
- I Know
- Reach Out
- You (I Miss You)
- All My Love
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