"Valley Boys", by Valley Boys. Welsh rap recorded one afternoon in 1987, shunned by the record industry (really!), and condemned to oblivion... until now - the opportunity for cult oblivion! Hope you enjoy.
Goin' down town on a Saturday night, like a bomb that's ready to blow.
If you like what you see, that's OK by me, 'cos I'm ready an' willin' to go.
I'm dressed in my best, in my anorak, desert boots and M&S jeans.
I'm a real ladykiller; an absolute thriller, and my Mam says I look real keen.
We're meetin' our mates by the Co Op; Huw's borrowed his dad's Allegro.
Goin' down to the city, where the girls are dead pretty, we love a night out in LLandeilo.
We started off down at the Legion, I had three halves of larger and black,
A Campari and mild, then things got quite wild, and Barry was sick down my back.
We're Valley Boys that's where we're at, we come outta there like a dirty great bat,
We're Valley Boys, I said we're Valley Boys.
We come from the valleys, we're really cool, 'cos my Mam says so and she's no fool,
We're Valley Boys, Oh yes we're Valley Boys.
It's a great place to go, Llandeilo; I imagine it's like the Big Apple,
'Cos it's got two pubs, a snooker club and on Thursdays there's a disco in the Chapel.
I suppose you could say I'm a wild one, 'cos I know how to have a good time.
I'm keen on trainspotting and Airfix modelling, go camping if the weather's fine.
I suppose someday I'll get married to a girl who's dead sexy and glam.
She would help me get dressed, and iron my vest and look after me - just like my Mam.
This is the end of the record, 'cos I gotta go home for my tea.
My Mam'll go crackers if I'm not there by half-past.
So it's goodbye from him, and from me.
By Valley Boys