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This article is about the Reality series. For the compilation album from this show, see Podnebesnaya No. 1.

Podnebesnaya (Cyrillic: Поднебесная; Tr. from Russian: Celestial) was a musical production company organized by producer Ivan Shapovalov. The project for Podnebensaya, with the same title, began in 2003 in Moscow, Russia. The main purpose of the production was to produce t.A.T.u.'s second studio album, however after a falling-out with Ivan, such production was ended. Shapovalov continued to work with other Russian artists including 7B, Helya, Ledokol, FlyDream and n.A.T.o.. A CD was released of this project in 2004, after t.A.T.u. split from Shapovalov. The CD was titled Podnebesnaya No. 1, and only featured one song by t.A.T.u. ("Belochka"), although the release capatalized on the fact that it was made during the reality show.

t.A.T.u. v Podnebesnoy (TV series)

t.A.T.u. v Podnebesnoy
Genre Reality, Documentary
Starring t.A.T.u., Ivan Shapovalov
Country of origin Russia
No. of episodes 13 (540 minutes total)
Location(s) Moscow, Russia
Original channel STS
Original run January 17, 2004 – March 2004

t.A.T.u. v Podnebesnoy (Cyrillic: t.A.T.u. в Поднебесной, Translated: t.A.T.u. in Underheaven) was a reality documentary show filmed in Russia, that chronicled t.A.T.u. as they were in the process of recording a second album with producer Ivan Shapovalov with his larger project Podnebesnaya. However, the girls rarely showed up for the recording, and most of the show was of Ivan working with his other projects.

A contest was held by STS Fansite.

The title of the show is also known as Podnebesnoy, t.A.T.u. Podnebensnoy, and t.A.T.u. V Podnebensnoy. According to the group's official website, Podnebesnaya is translated to "Underheaven", although it is roughly translated to "Celestial".

Songs recorded by t.A.T.u. during Podnebesnaya

  • "Podnebesnaya Introduction" - 2:30
  • "Poetry (Uncensored Clip)" - 1:05
  • "Я буду (Защищаться Очками)" — 2:36 – Had a minor single release
  • "Я буду (Защищаться Очками)" (Demo Video Version) — 2:34
  • "Belochka" – Elena Katina; (Demo version not same as released version)
  • "Belochka" (Demo) — 2:53
  • "Belochka" (Released Version)
  • "Что Не Хватает" (Commutator Spiritus Version) — 3:45 – [Remix by Commutator Spiritus featuring demo vocal recordings by Elena Katina]
  • "Что Не Хватает" — 3:08 – Elena Katina ft. Ivan Dem'yan
  • "Я здесь (Всё нормально)" — 2:25 – Elena Katina
  • "Я здесь (Всё нормально)" (Studio Version With Ivan Shapovalov and Elena Katina)
  • "Я здесь (Всё нормально)" (Leaked Demo)
  • "Я здесь (Всё нормально)" (Instrumental)
  • "Я здесь (Всё нормально)" — 1:50
  • "Я Не Сошла С Ума (Обезьянка Ноль Demo) — 3:11
  • "Ты Согласна (Demo 1)" — 3:06
  • "Ты Согласна (Demo 2)" — 3:06 [Compared with Demo 1, there are minor vocal alterations in the chorus]
  • "Ты Согласна" (Demo 3 feat. Ivan Shapovalov)— 3:05
  • "Ты Согласна" (First Version Demo) — 2:48
  • "Ты Согласна" (Demo Instrumental) — 3:06
  • "В Космосе Сквозняки" — 0:15 – Yulia Volkova
  • "В Космосе Сквозняки" — 0:50 – Ivan Shapovalov
  • "Люди Инвалиды" — 2:58
  • "Обезьянка Ноль" (Podnebesnaya Version) — 4:24
  • "Обезьянка Ноль" (Podnebesnaya Instrumental Version) — 4:16
  • "Sex" — 1:09 – Composed by FlyDream, song with Girls talking of sex

Other notable songs for t.A.T.u.

  • "Обезьянка Ноль" (Podnebesnaya Instrumental Clip)
  • "Люди Инвалиды" (Ivan Shapovalov)
  • "Люди Инвалиды" (Vena)
  • "Я Выдумал Сам" (Ivan Shapovalov)
  • "Все Нормально" (Nekkerman)

External links

  • Official Site
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