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"Nobody Hurt No One" was the Russian entry in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, performed in English by Belarusian singer Natalia Podolskaya. It was written by Victor Drobysh, Jussi-Pekka Järvinen and Mary Susan Applegate, produced by Victor Drobysh and Iosif Prigozhin.
The song won Russia's national song selection, which took place in Moscow on February 25, 2005.
On the night of the final the song was performed 20th, following Greece's Helena Paparizou with "My Number One" and preceding Bosnia and Herzegovina's Feminnem with "Call Me". At the close of voting, it had received 57 points, placing 15th in a field of 24.
The song was succeeded as Russian representative by Dima Bilan with "Never Let You Go".
Igor Burloff directed the music video for the song. It was filmed in the late days of April 2005 in Helsinki inside Tavastia Club. The shooting of the video involved more than 500 people.
||"Nobody Hurt No One" (eurovision version)
||"Nobody Hurt No One" (radio edit)
||"Nobody Hurt No One" (Daleo remix)
||"Nobody Hurt No One" (Krazy Legs Ruff mix)
||"Pozdno (Russian: Поздно)" (bonus track)
|Russian Airplay Chart