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In 2012, British dance group Ultrabeat , recording under the name WTF!, remixed Piekha's Nash Sosed and called their version Da Bop , which rose in the Dutch charts to , [10] while in the same year "Nash Sosed" was also remixed into a song, "Party People", by DJs Gary Caos and Rico Bernasconi. [11] French singer Daniele Vidal 's French and Japanese renditions of Nash Sosed were popular in Japan in the 1970s. Edita Piekha got a star on the Moscow Star Square in 1998. Brooklyn band Svetlana and the Eastern Blokhedz has been paying tribute to Edita Piekha, bringing her music to an American audience that was, until then, mostly unfamiliar with the singer.

In May 2011, Piekha took part in the television program "Ukraine Voice" (similar format to American show The Voice ) on the Ukrainian channel "1+1" as one of the four judges. He then took part in the television show "Popstar to Operastar", also on "1+1", which was an adaptation of the British format to Ukrainian television.

In 2012, British dance group Ultrabeat, recording under the name WTF!, remixed Piekha's Nash Sosed and called their version Da Bop , which rose in the Dutch charts to , while in the same year "Nash Sosed" was also remixed into a song, "Party People", by DJs Gary Caos and Rico Bernasconi. French singer Daniele Vidal's French and Japanese renditions of Nash Sosed were popular in Japan in the 1970s. Edita Piekha got a star on the Moscow Star Square in 1998. Brooklyn band Svetlana and the Eastern Blokhedz has been paying tribute to Edita Piekha, bringing her music to an American audience that was, until then, mostly unfamiliar with the singer.

Type: 33" LP
Year: -
Origin: Germany
Lbl.: Music For Pleasure ‎– 048 CRY 12 923, Crystal (5) ‎– 048 CRY 12 9
cat. no: AD 3329465


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