Russia’s best-selling novelty features two teens marketed as much for their sapphic sensibility as for their music. Which makes sense: This is chirpy, frantic electronica-pop often sung in a dog-whistle pitch. But Wrong can be right. Their cover of the Smiths’ ”How Soon Is Now?” is enjoyably glossy, and ”Stars” is a lucent ballad that hints at how appealing t.A.T.u. could be if they weren’t on a sugar high.
200 km/h in the Wrong Lane