"Înc-o zi, înc-o poveste" ("Another Day, Another Story") is a ten track EP, released by B.U.G. Mafia in 1996 after they signed with Cat Music on their first real professional record deal. It was released after Mafia and capitalized off B.U.G.'s newfound success. It was the group's first material to produce a hit single as they released the track "Pantelimonu' Petrece" (Pantelimon's having a party), a collaboration with a young female singer named July, as a single. The song got 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 when the original track was released. It sold extremely well for its time in Romanian music, approximately 22.000 copies.