I’m very proud of the pop music I’ve made, but it’s also had very little to do with my personality. “Go-Go” was not a reflection of my personality, it was a reflection of my craft. I built up this group sound which is really only a hint of who I am. I didn’t want people to know who I was at the time. I was just very much enjoying my craft. I have had to spend a lot of time in the last two years convincing people that just because the songs I made were pop, they weren’t necessarily disposable. I think some of those songs were a lot stronger than a lot of the pop that was made at the time and some of those Wham! records will be remembered for a long time. Just because they were lightweight, I’ve been having to spend a lot of time in the last three years trying to explain to people that I’m not brain dead.