BRAND NEW 2 TRACK 7” SINGLE 400 COPIES ONLY ON 7” VINYL BOTH TRACKS EXCLUSIVE TO THIS SINGLE Another year and another name… This band is a little different to the recent stuff coming from Mr Childish, for a start he’s back on lead vocals, the sound is more akin to The Mighty Caesers / […]
EXCLUSIVE 7” FROM BILLY CHYLDISH’S NEW BAND ‘CTMF’
LIMITED TO 500 COPIES
DEBUT ALBUM FROM BILLY CHYLDISH’S NEW BAND CTMF In 1976/ 77 the ‘shortly to be’ Billy Chyldish, as well as being head of research in the counties first fortress study group The Medway Military Research Group, was working as an apprentice stonemason in Chatham dockyard. After seeing a feature on punk on the London Weekend […]
Wild Billy Childish & CTMF are back with a new 7” with 2 exclusive tracks.
Wild Billy Childish & CTMF are back! Hot on the heels of their recent “Punk Rock Enough For Me” single is the band’s second longplayer ‘Acorn Man’.
This is the Limited Edition, Hand Pasted LP version of the Acorn Man album. Wild Billy Childish & CTMF are back! Hot on the heels of their recent “Punk Rock Enough For Me” single is the band’s second longplayer ‘Acorn Man’. Billy Childish is an international cult figure, painter, poet and novelist. He has released […]
This is the Limited Edition, CASSETTE version of the CTMF’s Acorn Man album. (The first ever release on cassette in Damaged Goods 27 year history too!)
Originally available on a limited double 10” courtesy of Squoodge Records of Germany, these songs were released to mark Billy’s latest exhibition at the Carl Freedman Gallery in London called “Darkness was here yesterday”
We’re proud to present a limited edition & mail-order only CD version which is hand stamped and stickered.
This 12 track release is also available as a digitally from all the usual outlets.
New 4 track EP from Wild Billy Chyldish & CTMF which precedes their forthcoming 4th album.
‘A Glimpse Of Another Time’ is a song about set seen based round Slim Chance’s Club at the Wild Western Rooms in the 1990’s (The club was out the back of the St John’s Tavern in Archway, North London) The club later moved down the road to the boston arms. Billy’s group Thee Headcoats used to play a regular monthly stint, which explains the EP photo from 1991 of Billy fronting Thee Headcoats with Bruce and Johnny
The sixth single of the CTMF featuring the Dear Watson Sound 45 Club.
Only available as part of the club subscription.