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  2. 1979: The Pop Rivets, a Canterbury group of devoted acolytes to punk's gritty DIY ethos, release Greatest Hits, home-recorded and enclosed in…

  3. Just another great band fronted by garage god Wild Billy Childish. Nuff said.

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  6. "Thee Headcoats Sect" is a band consisting of members of "Thee Headcoats" and "Downliners Sect". They released two albums.

  7. Holly Golightly (born in 1966), is a British singer-songwriter. She is a former member of the all-girl garage band Thee Headcoatees, the female…

  8. The Chatham Singers are: – Billy Childish – Vox / Guitar Nurse Julie – Vox / Bass Wolf Howard – Drums and & ‘Bludy’ Jim on Harp On the new album…

  9. Every 5 years or so Billy Childish is cited by a current top band as the embodiment of rock ‘n’ roll integrity, and every 5 years or so Billy…

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  12. '68 Comeback is a garage-rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee in 1992 by American singer, songwriter, and musicologist, Jeffery Evans. For the…

  13. Thee Stash is Thee Headcoats masquerading as The Clash.
    Thee Headcoats released two singles under that name

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  15. A cult figure in America, Europe and Japan, Billy Childish is by far the most prolific painter, poet, and song-writer of his generation. In a twenty…

  16. Thee Mighty Caesars were a primitive garage punk group, formed by Billy Childish in 1985 after the demise of The Milkshakes. They influenced many…

  17. Sexton Ming (born 1961) is a British artist, poet and musician who was a founding member of The Medway Poets (1979) and the Stuckists art group…

  18. It all started at a Jam concert sometime in 1977. There, big Russ Wilkins first met Billy Childish and asked him if he wanted to sing in his group…

  19. Thee Headcoats was one of the various band monikers assumed by garage rock primitive Billy Childish (aka Bill Hamper), a native of The Medway…

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