With heavy street accents and loads of slang-slinging, comedy rappers Goldie Lookin Chain are proud to be lazy sods from Newport, Wales. Main man P. Xain had been working on tracks in his bedroom on cheap samplers when he met likeminded louts Eggsy and Adam Hussein. Getting stoned, drinking, hanging out, and thumbing their noses at respectability left the group just enough time to do some recording. Soon, new members were being added every week or so and self-made CD-Rs were being released. Don't Blame the Chain was the first, and Newport's youth fell in love with it. Internet trading of the band's music became common in the U.K. and more CD-Rs appeared. Addiction, Return of the Red Eye, and The Party Album all became slacker favorites, but it was a publicity prank that put the Chain in front of the mainstream.