At the beginning of 1993 they had a premiere performance of the song “Tek je 12 sati“ from debut album Electro Team, a tremendously successful hit which, a few years later, was proclaimed Croatian hit of the decade.
Second to None was their second studio album, recorded in 1994. The album went on to become more popular and sucessful than the first one, with either hit signles.
Their third studio album Anno Domini (1996) sold more than 60,000 copies, while a single from the album “Ja ti priznajem” (I Admit It) became a huge success. By 1998 the band held many concerts and they even became internationally famous. They set high standards in the production of videos, for which they got two Porin Awards. The same year Vanna left the band wanting to focus on her solo career.
In 2000 a new album was released with a new singer Andrea Čubrić under the title Disco Neckt. In 2001 another singer, Lana Klingor, replaced Andrea and in spring 2002 they put out another album called Vision 5, their fifth one. The album brought them back to the top of the singles charts and was certified Gold.
In 2005 the band got a new singer, Katarina Rautek, and released their sixth album Frankfurt Bombay Tokyo, and in 2007 their last album so far, called Vrhunski album (An Excellent Album) whose sound is different from their previous, well-known style. In June 2007 the band celebrated 20 years since they were formed and started as the first rap and dance band in Croatia.
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