While Kinky has nearly sold out its first print run, Gimeno has interests aside from being the American king of kitschy club pop. "People expect to come to my house and I'm going to be here with a martini glass listening to Henry Mancini," he laughs. "I'm sure there are days that does happen, but that's not my life! I listen to so many different things." His latest mini obsession: obscure post-punk and new wave from 1979-82, some of which he just might spin during his next Miami gig this weekend. Bound to be more triumphant than his last visit, the show is scheduled during long-running party Poplife, an event that made its mark initially catering to fans of Brit-pop, also a favorite of Gimeno's for the past several years. He loved the stuff (and played it publicly) long before he left the Magic City. Just goes to show that sometimes you can go home again.