|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ain't It Funky EP||3||Audio||2005-03-03||Odds & Ends Music|
|2||It's Your Night Girl||3||Audio||2006-10-30||Mobile Trax|
|3||You Wild Returns||5||Audio||2012-01-10||Super Hi-Fi|
|4||White Noise Lover||5||Audio||2013-07-22||Royal Soul Records|
Starting out in 1997 doing funky house and breaks as the All Good Funk Alliance, the boys self-released there first release called the Fixation EP. Without proper distribution and knowledge of the industry the record sunk into obscurity, but they kept at it and were soon signed to several labels including Toko, Aroma, Hi-Phen, Maxi and Dadhouse. They had a couple of songs featured on several mix cds, and were really getting out there as producers. Around the year 2000 they started a label called Funk Weapons and started to take on a different sound, which incorporated more of a funk and breaks sound. Not wanting to abandon the house sound they came up with the B-Team alias for there funky house releases. The B-Team is about taking the house groove on step closer to the funky goodness that P-Funk, Rick James and Prince built.