|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Take Your Air||2||Audio||2001||Stik Trance|
|4||The Moon Loves The Sun E.P.||3||Audio||2002||Extra Wild!|
|5||Progressive Tanzproduktionen Teil 1||4||Audio||2001||Zeitsprung Schallplatten|
|6||Take Your Air||2||Audio||2003||Stik Trance|
|7||Energetic Wave||2||Audio||2001-12-20||Stik Trance|
|8||Nu-nrg E.P.||4||Audio||2001-11-15||Synthetic (2)|
|9||Space Flower EP||3||Audio||2003-04-09||Vandit Records|
|11||The Moon Loves The Sun EP||3||Audio||2002||Insolent Tracks|
|12||Connective EP||3||Audio||2003-12-17||Vandit Records|
|16||Dreamland (Disc 1)||2||Audio||2005-01-00||Monster Tunes|
|17||Dreamland EP (Disc 3)||2||Audio||2005||Monster Tunes|
|18||Dreamland E.P.||2||Audio||2005-08-00||Monster Tunes|
|19||Dreamland (Disc 1)||2||Audio||2005-08-22||Monster Tunes|
|20||Dreamland (Disc 2)||2||Audio||2005-08-22||Monster Tunes|
|21||Energyzer E.P.||4||Audio||2000||Synthetic (2)|
|25||Most Wanted (Disc 1)||3||Audio||2007-03-00||Monster Tunes|
|26||Most Wanted (Disc 2)||3||Audio||2007-03-00||Monster Tunes|
|27||Most Wanted (Disc 3)||3||Audio||2007-03-00||Monster Tunes|
|28||Most Wanted||14||Audio||2007-09-04||Monster Tunes|
|30||Space Flower EP||3||Audio||2003-04-09||Vandit Records|
|31||Dreamland (Disc 1)||2||Audio||2005||Monster Tunes|
|35||Spaceflower EP||3||Audio||2006||Vandit Records|
|37||Most Wanted (Disc 3)||3||Audio||2007||Monster Tunes|
|38||Connective EP||3||Audio||2006-11-00||Vandit Records|
|39||Connective EP||3||Audio||2003-12-09||Vandit Records|
|40||Spaceflower EP||3||Audio||2003-04-03||Vandit Records|
|43||Dreamland E.P.||2||Audio||2005-05-22||Monster Tunes|
|44||Kosmosy / Last Experience||2||Audio||2011||Monster Tunes|
|45||Dreamland E.P.||2||Audio||2011||Monster Tunes|
|46||Most Wanted||3||Audio||2007-05-21||Monster Tunes|
|47||Most Wanted (Disc 2)||3||Audio||2007-06-04||Monster Tunes|
|48||Most Wanted||3||Audio||2007-07-09||Monster Tunes|
Andrea Ribeca (Born in Viterbo, Italy, 1974): His first experience with the turnables was in 1990, becoming then a cutting/scratch dj. Meanwhile his passion evolved with a deeper and deeper knowledge of music which brought him to subscribe his first techno work in 1992. After that production he worked for many years as a resident dj in various techno-trance clubs, until 1999 when he meets Giuseppe with whom he starts the NU NRG project.
Giuseppe Ottaviani (Born in Viterbo, Italy, 1978): At the age of 7, encouraged by his particular temperament for music he begun to study the piano. In 1995, after developing a fine music sensibility, he became a dj, getting closer through the years to techno-trance music, that revealed itself to be a strong passion. So he began to attend techno parties, at one of which in 1999 he met Andrea, and shortly after started the NU NRG project.
Their first productions together have a lot of success in the roman region and the track 'Dreamland' finally leads NU NRG to Paul van Dyk, who signed the guys to his credible label Vandit Records. 'Dreamland' made it into the German ODC TOP 40 charts and was also featured on Paul van Dyk's Album 'The Politics Of Dancing'.
Last year Andrea and Giuseppe have been very successful with their first German live performance, opening for Paul van Dyk at the 'Love from Above' Event and playing a great set on the Vandit Truck at the Loveparade 2002.
2003 they started their first Live UK performance in Sheffield and followed by gigs in London's Heaven Club in March 2003 and with Mayday, Germany's biggest indoor event in April 2003, Energy, Switzerland's biggest indoor event and Arc, New York in August 2003.
In May 2003 their 2nd Vandit Release: the Space Flower EP was release, a strong follow up after the success of Dreamland that proofed their great potential.
Their first album 'Freefall' was released on 12 July 2004.
The group has hung up its activity in late 2005. The will to make solo career was the main reason behind this decision. Last releases through Monster Tunes label contain only the old material. Despite releasing some of it recently, there is still a large number of tracks which could be only heard in their live-sets, not anywhere else.