Company B was a dance pop trio put together by Miami-based producer Ish Ledesma. Ledesma had already found pop success fronting Foxy in the '70s and Oxo in the '80s. Consisting of Lori L., Lezlee Livrano, and Susan Johnson, the trio, adorned with white wigs and clad in blue leather, first made waves with the single "Fascinated," which took clubs by storm in 1986. It crossed over to the pop charts in the early months of 1987, climbing into the Top 30. Follow-up singles "Full Circle," "Perfect Lover," and "Jam on Me" failed to equal that mainstream success, but they were club hits. All were contained on their self-titled album, which briefly charted late that summer. Livrano and Johnson left before recording a second album and were replaced by Donna Huntley and Julie Marie. A sophomore effort, Gotta Dance, elicited little response outside the club world and the remainder of their output would be repackagings of their hits.