Garage Rock Thee Headcoats. Band Name Thee Headcoats. Album Name Headcoatitude. Labels Get Hip Records Shakin Street Records.
Band Name Thee Headcoats. Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Musik GenreGarage Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0.
Thee Headcoatees was an all-female garage band formed in Chatham, Kent, England in 1991. They were part of the Medway scene. The members were Holly Golightly, Kyra LaRubia, Ludella Black and "Bongo" Debbie Green. Thee Headcoatees were formed by Billy Childish as a backing group for his band Thee Headcoats. Ludella Black's previous band The Delmonas had performed the same function for Childish's earlier bands, starting with The Milkshakes.
From the bluesy British Invasion-styled "My Dear Watson," Thee Headcoats engage in a crude but compelling assault on their instruments that's as clever as it is unpretentious - "Hog's Jaw" takes the central riff from Ian Samwell's Brit-rock standard "Move It" and turns it sideways on the opening, while "By Hook or by Crook" could have been.
Headcoatitude (CD, Album). Shakin' Street Records. YUPPY 018 CD. UK. 1991. GH 1018CD, GH-1018CD. Headcoatitude (LP, Album, RE, Gre). Headcoatitude (LP, Album, RE).
US release of this album from the way-prolific Billy Childish and co. As usual the blend of garage, skiffle, rockabilly and pure rock ‘n’ roll make for a party on your turntable or CD player.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Thee Headcoats - Headcoatitude. Photo of Thee Headcoats - Headcoatitude. More albums of Thee Headcoats: The Kids Are All Square. Heavens To Murgatroyd, Even! It's Thee Headcoats! (Already).
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Thee Headcoats was a band formed in Chatham, Kent, England in 1989, that was well known for its garage rock sound, explicitly sticking to this style on almost all of their albums. The band's signature sound as well as their prolific writing has been attributed to Billy Childish's love of simple, direct recording. Their debut album featured new versions of songs recorded by Son House including "John the Revelator" and "Child's Death Letter", both of which were later covered by The White Stripes upon whom Billy and Thee Headcoats were a great influence. These influences give a good indication of the band's sound; punk mixed with pure rhythmic rock 'n' roll and.