10. Nas Ne Dogonyat (HarDrum Remix)
11. 30 Minut (HarDrum Remix)
In the first two months of its release, the album "200 Po Vstrechnoi" sold about 500,000 legal copies (which means about two million pirate copies sold on various media).
All together, the album sold more than two million legal copies in Russia (and approximately four million pirate copies) in 2001.
t.A.T.u. get the "100 Pudoviy Hit" award from the "HIT-FM" radio station. The ceremony takes place in the Kremlin Hall, where t.A.T.u. sing their music best-seller "Ya Solshla S Uma".
t.A.T.u. start recording the album's English version for their promotional tour in Europe. The song "Ya Soshla S Uma" is translated first. t.A.T.u. shoot the video for the song "30 Minuts". The video can't get into rotation because of the censorship issues.
t.A.T.u. go to New York, where in the legendary Metropolitan Opera House they receive an MTV Video Music Award for the video "Ya Soshla S Uma" in the "Viewers Choice - Best Russian Video" category. Later in September the new single and video are released: "Polchasa". The song immediately goes into heavy rotation (30-35 times a week) on the Russkoye Radio, Dynamit, Europe Plus, Love Radio, RDV, HIT-FM, and Tango radio stations. Altogether, the song is played on the radio about 3500 times.