The group only released one major label LP, 1986's Vicious Rumors, which hit #29 on the R&B albums chart but did not break onto the main albums chart. However, the single "Rumors" became a hit, reaching #8 on the singles chart. While the follow up singles ( "Thinkin' About Ya" and "Mixed-Up World") both broke the top 20 on the R&B charts, they did not enjoy crossover success and the group broke up.
Producer Jay King, who had a major influence on the group's sound would go on to form Club Nouveau (literally: New Club) and would land 2 more top 40 hits, including the 1987 cover of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me" which would go to #1.
Timex Social Club has re-formed in recent years and continues to perform as of this writing.