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The song describes the turmoil in a girl's soul because she is in love with another girl, but is afraid, as society frowns upon this. Elena Kiper has been credited with the song, explaining that the idea came to her when she fell asleep at her dentist's office and had a dream in which she kissed another woman. Their first album, 200 Po Vstrechnoy was released on .Their second single was "Nas Ne Dogonyat" which was only released in music video form rather than as an official CD single, although a promotional conjoined "Ya Soshla s Uma/Nas Ne Dagonyat" was released in Poland.
Many musical journalists, publications and music critics had branded the group's music as "paedophilic pop." On 25 February 2003 the women mocked NBC's insistence that they neither kiss nor comment on the Iraq war by performing "All the Things She Said" in white "T-shirts that bore the Russian language message Khuy Voyne! ) across the front, and by blocking their faces with their hands as they kissed during a break in their performance." The "Fuck the War! show and replaced with T-shirts that said "Censored". The next single "Not Gonna Get Us" was released in May 2003. represented Russia at Eurovision Song Contest 2003, where they placed third. There were many rumors around the split until the show aired, which depicted the group leaving due to a lack of interest and care from their producer.
The album was eventually released in Japan, where it was certified Gold by RIAJ.
The group went on tour in 2001, where their routines were described as "precise" and was to the point where the girls had to strip.
This was followed by the third single "30 Minut", only available as a music video.
The studio album proved to be a huge success in Europe, selling over 2.5 million copies worldwide.