Poyushchie vmeste (Russian: Поющие вместе, lit.: Singing Together) is a Russian electro-dance band, whose song "A man like Putin" (Такого как Путин) was a hit across Russia and created worldwide fame for the band. It topped the Russian Music Charts in 2002. The genesis of this song was covered in the documentary "Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders", made by the Talbot Players.
Band members are Yana Dayneko (sister of Victoria Dayneko) and Irina Kozlova.
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- PBS Documentary about the genesis of the band and its feature song
- BBC News Article
- Video of the band's feature song
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