Released in 1991 to critical and commercial success, supergroup Electronic’s debut LP was Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr’s opportunity to break from the respective legacies of New Order and The Smiths and run headlong into contemporary dance culture, but as the Senior Staff are arguing in this month’s commentary podcast, it’s always been less than the sum of its parts and incapable of measuring up to its dance music contemporaries. Bring some tequila, because this We Have A Commentary gets salty. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or download directly or listen through the widget down below.