Live album split 50/50 with Thee Headcoats and Thee Headcoatees, originally released on Overground Records in 1995, repressed on Vinyl Lovers, Russia in 2010.
Long deleted split 7″ from Thee Headcoatees & Thee Headcoats, you can find Thee Headcoatees on their singles compilation ‘The Sisters Of Suave’
Limited Edition 2000 7″ Picture Disc Thee Headcoatees belt out a stunning cover of he Ramones classic which end up sounding more like The Shangri-las than the Ramones (no bad thing) Thee Headcoats play ‘I’m Hurting’ on the b-side Sold Out
2 Track 7″ featuring two versions of ‘A-Z Of Your Heart’, the a-side is Thee Headcoats full on garage version and the b-side is a more restrained acoustic version by Billy Childish. Sold Out
4 track EP featuring Sexton Ming with the kings of garage rock
Legendary single from Thee Headcoats, which, while being debuted at one of their regular monthly gigs at the St Johns Tavern in Archway, fell upon the ear of one Johnny Cigarettes who was reviewing the gig for the NME who then promptly walked out! The b-side was a cover of the Beatles song ‘Help!’ done […]
Another 2 track 7″ from Thee Headcoats, two really nasty tracks on this one, ‘Every Bit Of Me’ and ‘Never To Love Again’ are probably Thee Headcoats at their most powerful. Originally on White of Green vinyl, there also seems to be some pale blue viinyl about but i can’t say i remember that pressing! […]
Limited edition of 2000 BROWN vinyl 7″ Headcoat Lane was Billy and Bruce doing their Sherlock & Watson routine which they first did on the ‘My Dear Watson’ single, which came out on Estrus Records in that thereUSA. The b-side was Thee Headcoats doing a roaring version of Link Wray’s ‘Comanche’
Our first ever release by Billy Childish. A split single with Thee Headcoatees & Thee Headcoats
It’s a split 7″ which came out in 2 different editions, the first was a Red/Yellow cover with white and blue splattered vinyl, that sold out really quick and even entered the top 10 of the indie charts so a few weeks later we got a repress done, this time it was a black and white cover and the vinyl was clear with a few swirly bits in it.