That Boy's Evil (song)

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(Sampled voice:)
That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

(Snippets of American teenagers talking:)
Some girl got a haemorrhage...
Some girl got a haemorrhage...
I heard it was the biggest...
I heard it was the biggest ever...
Shit, and I had the mumps...
And I had the mumps...
She really did, she's in the hospital...
She really did, she's in the hospital...
Haemorrhage...
Haemorrhage...
He kept kissing me...
He kept kissing me and I couldn't stand it...
Only wouses have a ...
Only wouses have a ...
There's a pop star...
There's a pop star who's a group in itself
Poxy...
Poxy...
The chocolate layers...
The chocolate layers...
Super...
Super...
Super...
Superfan...
She's living with Lynn now...
She's living with Lynn now...
No Lynn's living with Jeanette and Eleanor...
Jeanette and Eleanor...
Those English groups are so kinky – god...
so kinky – god...
Randy...
Randy...
It's piggy...
It's piggies...

(Sampled voice:)
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil
That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

That boy's evil

Notes

This track was also issued on a limited edition white-label promo single. A spoof press release that came with it claimed that it was "[...] the first outing from hot new West Coast underground funkateers, The Chocolate Layers". It went on: "Original and extremely charming, "That Boy's Evil", is an infectious, veritable lo-fi, swinging 60's soundscapesque, beat excursion. Imagine Barry Adamson hooking up with Fatboy Slim in a Las Vegas studio, after a heavy session fuelled by tequila and the hits of Motown, and you're not even close !!" See The Chocolate Layers for more details.

This was originally titled "Down With The P Crowd", the guitar loop sounds similar to the intro to "The 'In' Crowd" which was released by Dobie Gray in 1964.

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