Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Fake Lesbians to Release Another CD

(Link) T.A.T.U. are still around, and this time they've got Sting. Meanwhile, authentic lesbian artists are struggling to keep record labels going. It's the plaid skirts, right?


LNewsEditor said...

JIC Post:

From ChartAttack.com

Pseudo-lesbian couple T.A.T.U. are scheduled to release their follow-up to 2002's 200km/h In The Wrong Lane on October 11, according to Interscope Records.

The new record, titled Dangerous And Moving, will feature the single "All About Us," scheduled to hit radio stations sometime this month. The video, shot by Wonderland director James Cox will follow.

Dangerous And Moving has a number of guest performers, including musical veterans Sting, Richard Carpenter and Dave Stewart.

For those of you who've been living under a rock, T.A.T.U. made a big splash in 2002 thanks to the youthful Russian singers Julia Volkova and Lena Katina's gimmick of schoolgirl outfits and hot girl-on-girl make out sessions. The music was sort of incidental. The sappho shtick faltered after Julia became pregnant with her boyfriend's child.

It's unknown whether or not the girls will continue their hetero male fantasy charade in order to push their popularity and record sales.

Anonymous said...

Call me when they make a porn film. Otherwise, meh.