JC: Yeah, that was one of the reasons. We just kept getting plagiarized. Every time we would play out somebody would—I mean, you see the many looks I went through. My looks kept changing, the music kept changing, the sound kept changing. And, you know, I saw Generation X when Billy Idol had a perm and blonde hair and was a pretty boy. The next thing you know he has spiked hair like mine and was singing "more, more, more," which is the end of 'Leather.' David Bowie singing "leather, leather everywhere, and/ Not a myth left from the ghetto" in 'Young Americans.' And I've told the story about Van Halen many times. Our big song at the time was 'DTNA.' They weren't signed, and they got signed and their first song they came out with was called 'Dance The Night Away.' It just kept happening over and over and over. So ['Piss Slave'] was like, "Try and take this, try and copy this. I don't think you can." That's why we did it. And I had a nine-piece backing band at that point, a black band called Rare Gems Odyssey, who were on Casablanca. They were great musicians. They were great, great musicians. Most of them have passed away now, but they were incredible.