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. Headcoats Down! (1989). The Earls of Suavedom (1990). The Kids Are All Square- This Is Hip! (1990).
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The Earls of Suavedom. The Earls of Suavedom.
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Earls of Suavedom, The. Earls World. The Basement Bar At The Heartbreak Hotel. The Earls of Sandwich. The cool ruler rides again. The Best Of The Spencer Davis Group. The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch. Nothing Takes The Place Of You. 3:24.
Thee Headcoats is one of the various band monikers assumed by garage rock primitive Billy Childish (aka Bill Hamper), a native of Kent, England. 1995's Beached Earls CD combines the vinyl albums Beach Bums Must Die and The Earls of Suavedom. Bo in Thee Garage is a sloppy but interesting tribute album to Bo Diddley, while the live efforts Live! At the Wild Western Room and The Sound of the Baskervilles represent not only Thee Headcoats but the all-girl Thee Headcoatees (comprised of members of the Delmonas, for whom Childish writes and produces).
|I'm A Headcoate Baby|
|Our Little Rendezvous|
|She's Got A Strange Attractor|
|Round Every Corner|
|My 7th Girl Eve|
|The Killing Hold|
|Jaguar And Thunderbird|
|We Can Only Lose|
|Going Outside My Head|
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|CRYPT LP#020||Thee Headcoats||The Earls Of Suavedom (LP, Album)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP#020||Germany||1990|
|CRYPT LP-020||Thee Headcoats||The Earls Of Suavedom (LP, Album, RP)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP-020||US||1990|
|CRYPT LP-020||Thee Headcoats||The Earls Of Suavedom (LP, Album, RP)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP-020||Europe||Unknown|