The good fortune this group was seeking turned out to be at Dick Griffey’s Solar Records. The group signed a deal with Griffey, and released their first Top Ten hit on Solar Records, “It’s All the Way Live,” which peaked at number four on the Billboard R&B charts. Lakeside released a host of songs that scaled the R&B charts, but didn’t threaten the position of any other artists. However, in 1980 they went storming up the charts again with their smash number one single, “Fantastic Voyage,” which was produced by the self-contained band. They followed the success of “Fantastic Voyage” with another Top Ten R&B single, a remake of the Paul McCartney and John Lennon classic “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” The group continued their success with the Billboard Top Ten singles “Raid,” “Outrageous,” and a string of R&B party songs and ballads.