Thee Mighty Caesars
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Thee Mighty Caesars
Thee Mighty Caesars
Origin Chatham, Kent, England
Genres Garage rock, punk
1985-1989
Labels Hangman Records, Big Beat, Damaged Goods
The Prisoners, The Milkshakes, Thee Headcoats, The Prime Movers
Billy Childish
Graham Day
John Agnew
Bruce Brand

Thee Mighty Caesars were a Medway scene garage/punk group, formed by Billy Childish (vocals/guitar) in 1985 after the demise of The Milkshakes,[1][2] alongside John Agnew (bass) and Graham Day (drums), who initially was still also in fellow Medway band The Prisoners.

Bruce Brand (ex-Pop Rivets/Milkshakes) later replaced Day, who formed his own band The Prime Movers with fellow Prisoner Allan Crockford and Wolf Howard (ex-Daggermen). Childish/Brand then formed new band Thee Headcoats.

Discography

Albums

  • Thee Mighty Caesars (1985)
  • Beware the Ides of the March (1985)
  • Thee Caesars of Trash (1986)
  • Acropolis Now (1986)
  • Wiseblood (1987)
  • John Lennon's Corpse Revisited (1989)

Compilations

  • Live In Rome (1987) [studio recordings with overdubbed 'live' effects]
  • Don't Give Any Dinner to Henry Chinaski (1987) [demos]
  • Punk Rock Showcase (1987)
  • Thusly, thee Mighty Caesars (English Punk Rock Explosion) (1989) (U.S.)
  • Surely They Were the Sons of God (1989) (U.S.)
  • Caesars Remains (1992)
  • Caesars Pleasure (1994)

References

  1. ^ "Thee Mighty Caesars | Biography & History". AllMusic. 1958-12-13. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Thee Mighty Caesars". TrouserPress.com. Retrieved . 



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