|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Workin' Up A Sweat||4||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|2||Can't Find A Love||3||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|3||Miracle Worker||5||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|4||Boys' Night Out||8||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|5||Workin' Up A Sweat||4||Audio||1987|
|6||Boys' Night Out||8||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|7||Boys' Night Out||8||Audio||1987|
|9||Workin' Up A Sweat||2||Audio||1987|
|10||Workin' Up A Sweat / You're On My Mind||2||Audio||1986||EMI America|
|11||Boys' Night Out||8||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|12||Miracle Worker||2||Audio||1987||EMI America|
|13||Miracle Worker||2||Audio||1987||EMI America|
Vocal funk quintet.
Formed by [a=Randy Muller].
It was only when the first single “Workin' up a Sweat” started to show in the american dance charts that they heard of another group called "Full Circle". Apparently, a Boston jazz outfit that had been around for a long time had their lawyer complain and demand a name change. Under the circumstances, it charted at #49 R&B in spring 1987. Randy Muller helmed First Circle's LP “Boys' Night Out” on EMI America which was issued April 1987. One of the follow-up singles was “Can't Find a Love” and became, like “Workin' up a Sweat”, a post-release collectible. After this short-lived period of success they disbanded.