Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste
|Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste|
|EP by B.U.G. Mafia|
|Released||June 8, 1996|
Q-Bic Sound System Studio
|B.U.G. Mafia chronology|
|Singles from Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste|
Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste (Another Day, Another Story) is a ten track EP released by B.U.G. Mafia on June 8, 1996. It was their first release after they signed with Cat Music, local branch of Sony Records, on their first real professional record deal. It was released after Mafia and capitalized on their newfound success. This was the group's first material to produce a hit single when the track "Pantelimonu' Petrece" (Pantelimon's having a party), a collaboration with a young female singer named Iuliana “July” Petrache, was released as an unofficial single. The song had heavy radio-airplay being later re-edited on the Viata Noastra Vol.1 anniversary album and even having a music video, an idea which received negative feedback at the time the original track was released. It sold extremely well for its time in Romanian music, approximately 22,000 copies.
- "Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste"
- "Marijuana" (featuring Marijuana)
- "Pantelimonu' Petrece" (featuring July)
- "Interviu cu un criminal"
- "Viata de borfas"
- "De la noi pentru voi"
- "Moarte pentru moarte"
- "B.U.G. Mafia Biography on the group's official website". Retrieved 2010-11-26.
- "B.U.G. Mafia Discography on the group's official website". Retrieved 2010-11-26.