Here’s a particularly well-loved (or much-abused) single from my collection, Thee Headcoatees playing the classic “Strychnine” (also by the Sonics and the Cramps) and Thee Headcoats playing Branded. These, of course, were the female and male incarnations of Billy Childish’s 1990s garage punk outfit. Childish has said he started Thee Headcoattees (just Thee Headcoats with a trio of female singers) so that he could write love songs about boys and not feel weird about it. This single came out in 1993 on Twist Records and sometime between now and then (well, sometime between 1993 and about seven or eight years ago, whenever I quit smoking), I dropped a cigarette on it. A cigarette of love.
Hey Gang, check out my buddy Harris aka NegativePleasure's new tumblr. Cool rare or out-of-print albums from his vinyl collection for your downloading and listening pleasure.
Ty Segall “You Should Never Have Opened That Door” (Ramones cover)Played 1244 times.
The Reatards “Listen To My Heart” (Ramones cover)Played 552 times.
Thee Headcoatees “Run For Your Life” (Beatles cover)Played 522 times.
The Gories “Outta Here”Played 542 times.
Thee Headcoatees “Cum Into My Mouth”
dirty little slice of early 90s garage punk trash.Played 1080 times.
The Mummies “Justine!”Played 360 times.
The Mummies, 1991
The Milkshakes “I Want You”Played 886 times.
The Mummies “Stronger Than Dirt”Played 716 times.
GUNS, DOPE, & FUCKING IN THE STREETS
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Larry & The Blue Notes “In & Out”
1960’s garage rock from Texas. This classic ode to fucking was covered by The Mummies, The Dwarves, and many more.Played 527 times.