Randy Muller of Brass Construction (the main R&B hit “Movin'”) produced the only real LP in support of charting single through the five-man vocal group Initial Circle. Their lineup was business lead vocalist Albert Lee, Larry Marsden, Glenn “Chango” Everette, Anthony McEwan, and Richard Sinclair. The pumping one “Workin’ Up a Perspiration” b/w “You’re on My Brain” charted amount 49 R&B in springtime 1987. Muller, who got produced strikes on Salsoul works Raphael Cameron and Skyy, helmed Initial Circle’s 1987 EMI America LP Guys’ PARTICULAR DATE, which was released Apr 1987. The follow-up solitary was “Wonder Employee” and, like “Workin’ Up a Perspiration,” became a post-release collectible.