Though born in Jamaica, vocalist Precious Wilson spent her childhood in England, later moving to Connecticut. She sang gospel extensively as a teen before returning to England. Wilson joined the Silent Eruption, which later became Eruption, and recorded singles produced by Frank Farian. Farian produced Wilson's Epic debut LP in 1981, On The Race Track, and the singles "If I Loved You Less" and "I Need You" in 1985. Her single "I'll Be Your Friend" reached the R&B Top 40 in America and did even better internationally. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi