|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Second To None||12||Audio||1994||ZG ZOE Music|
|5||Anno Domini 1996.||14||Audio||1996||ZG ZOE Music|
|6||Tek Je XII Sati||4||Audio||1993||HRT Orfej|
|7||Decade||15||Audio||2003||City Records (2)|
|9||Ja Ti Priznajem||5||Audio||1995||ZG ZOE MUSIC|
|11||New Jam||12||Audio||1993||BTM Records (4)|
|12||The Best Of...||18||Audio||1996||Pale Records|
Croatian pop-Dance group from Zagreb, commonly known as ET. Formed in 1985 by [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Da+Real]Da Real[/url] (real name: Darko Juranović) and [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Boytronic+(3)]Boytronic[/url] (Adonis Ćulibrk) it started off as a Rap group. [i]Skyrocker[/i] (real name: Nino Mlinac) joined the group as MC and songwriter in late-1980's. DJ Fresh Jay (later became the 4th place winner on DMC World Competition) and DJ Furious were also members of the group shortly at the time.
As in early 1990's [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Vanna+(2)]Vanna[/url] joined the group to become a lead vocalist, their sound turned more to pop-Rap which soon led to Euro-Dance style. Skyrocker left the band in Spring 1993, when the group had already started to gain some success in their homeland. They released two albums in 1994 and 1996, and mid-1990's are considered to be the peak of the group's career and popularity.
In 1997 a dissent broke out between [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Vanna+(2)]Vanna[/url] and [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Boytronic+(3)]Boytronic[/url] which led to Vanna leaving the group, alongside [url=http//www.discogs.com/artist/D'Knock]D'Knock[/url] who decided to pursue his career as a producer outside ET. [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Boytronic+(3)]Boytronic[/url] as the last original member and producer turned Electro Team into a pop-Dance project with several female vocalists that took their turn as lead singers since 2000.