Super Electric Party Machine.
Larry Tee waxes lyrical about his quest for tomorrow’s sound, and what rock’n’roll is right now.
“I’ve had my biggest hits by doing things that I really shouldn’t do. In 1992, when I wrote ‘Supermodel’, it wasn’t the consensual wisdom that betting on a black transvestite would really make money. And it wasn’t something I did because I thought it would make a lot of money.”