From Los Angeles, Krystol originally formed at high school as a group called Crystal Blue.
On a social night out, the girls met producer Leon Sylvers at a hamburger stall and struck up a friendship. Leon helped secure Krystol a record deal with Epic in 1984 and was brought in to produce the first album.
Their debut album was entitled 'Gettin'Ready' which included the dancer 'After The Dance Is Through', a huge club record through 1984-5 although not a hit in the UK. The follow-up set 'Talk Of The Town' was released in 1985 and featured 'The Things That Men Do' and 'Passion For A Woman'.
Robbie Danzie, who was initially recruited as a stand-in for Floyd during her maternity leave in 1985, became sole lead vocalist on that project.