I had dreams of making it in the music biz, myself, when I was younger. Of course, the time for that has long since passed me by. When I was at the right age to get into it (the 80's), I didn't fit the physical profile of the people who were being signed - I wasn't a 90 pound anorexic kid with big hair and didn't wear make-up. Who wants to see some fat guy singing on stage? I mean, sure, you've got Meatloaf and that guy from Blues Traveler and... and... um... I guess that's about it. Nirvana changed the way people look at rock musicians, sure, but they came along a little too late for me.
Creating music with the Generator was always more of an outlet for my creativity than a way to become famous, or anything. I wouldn't trade my experiences with it for the world.