|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Čovječe Ne Ljuti Se||18||Audio||1999||Menart|
|2||Čovječe Ne Ljuti Se||18||Audio||1999||Menart|
|3||Šta Ćeš Sad!||3||Audio||2003||Menart|
|5||Tram 11 / Sick Rhyme Sayazz (Bolesna Braća)||5||Audio||2000|
|7||Tajna Crne Kutije||43||Audio||2003||Menart|
Croatian Rap-duo from Zagreb, formed in 1996 by Target (real name: Nenad Šimun, also known as Mladi Gospar) and General Woo (real name: Srđan Ćuk). The group broke out with the "Hrvatski Velikani" single in late 1997 (which was produced by DJ FRX and DJ Phat Phillie as The Blackout Project) and the appearance on Blackout Project's "Project Impossible" album (1997) paved the way for the group, as well for the emerging Rap scene. The success was followed by four albums up to late 2003 when the group disbanded.