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E.N.I. in 2011. Left to right: Iva Močibob, Elena Tomeček, Nikolina Tomljanović, and Ivona Maričić.
|Labels||Orfej, Dallas Records|
Unlike most of Eurovision contenders who later sank into obscurity, E.N.I. maintained its presence in Croatian music industry due to respectable vocal talents and frequent co-operation with other artists, mainly rock musicians from Rijeka.
In the campaign for 2000 parliamentary elections they, together with many other rock musicians, supported Social Democratic Party of Croatia and other opposition parties. They also appeared at 2004 Zagreb Pride parade and festival.
with "Sveta ljubav"
| Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Neka mi ne svane"
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