simmonds91 wrote:One of the protagonists of Soul Music was called Imp Y Celyn who came from Llamedos. His name is welsh, in english it'd be Bud of the holly. I also notice that his name is close to the word harp (telyn. Imp Y celyn... telyn... celyn... telyn...) which he plays. At his home his family erect stone circles and I kinow wales is famous for that sort of thing.
Yes, I think it can be pretty much taken as red that Llamedos is a Disc version of Wales. Not only is it always raining, but Imp won his harp at an eisteddfod. That is a Welsh name for a contest of music and poetry. As mentioned earlier, Llamedos is "Sod 'em all" backwards. In Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas's "Under Milk Wood", there is a fictional town called Llareggub - or "Bugger all" backwards.
Look, you've got it all wrong! You don't NEED to follow ME, You don't NEED to follow ANYBODY! You've got to think for your selves! You're ALL individuals!
Yes! We're all individuals!