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The group was formed in 2002 and released their self-titled debut album Vanilla Ninja, containing songs in both English and Estonian, the following year. Since their debut single "Club Kung Fu" was released in 2003, the girls have had many hits in Central Europe, including "Tough Enough", "When the Indians Cry", "Blue Tattoo" and "I Know". They have also entered national selections for the Eurovision Song Contest twice, failing the first time but proving successful in Switzerland with the song "Cool Vibes". The group then finished 8th in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 final, despite topping the leader board at the half-way stage. Vanilla Ninja are very popular in their native Estonia and have had a brand of both ice cream and kohuke named after them, marketed exclusively in their homeland due to their celebrity status in Estonia.
The group have so far released four albums in various countries across Europe; Vanilla Ninja was released in 2003, Traces of Sadness in 2004, and Blue Tattoo and Best Of (though not by themselves; see that article) in 2005. The group's fourth album, Love is War, was released in May 2006.
Vanilla Ninja has a growing cult fan base in many European countries, Japan, U.S.A., U.K. Australia, and more. Numerous fan web sites have been established in different countries, and tribute videos posted on YouTube.com and others alike.
Vanilla Ninja is een drieledige Estse all-female band, die in verschillende landen in Europa de hitlijsten hebben weten te halen, met name in Duitsland en Oostenrijk. De huidige formatie van de band bestaat uit de leden:
Lenna Kuurmaa (geboren op 26 september 1985 in Tallinn, Estland)
Katrin Siska (geboren op 10 december 1983 in Tallinn, Estland)
Piret Järvis (geboren op 6 februari 1984 in Tallinn, Estland)
In de oorspronkelijke formatie werden de meiden vergezeld door:
De band heeft besloten verder te gaan als trio.