There's about 150 albums to go at, and this is as good as any i've heard. If you're new to Billy Childish I probably recommend Archive From 1959 - The Billy Childish Story for a compilation of the many faces of Billy Childish (Thee Headcoates, The Milkshakes etc). If you already know his work and don't have this I'd dive in here. Apart from the most recent CTFM SQ1 album, this is probably my fave stand alone album. Great punk garage and quirky Childish pop. There's a couple of real stand out classics like the title track and the single He's Making a Tape but the rest is just fine and dandy too.
97%..98%..99%..There it is..now right click..7-Zip..Extract..And we are in
Here is how it went
Track 1 - Hint of a Jazz Chord at 1.41 Track 2 - Swerved at 1.05 Track 3 - Vocals are a bit 'See My Tailor He's Called Simon' in places Track 4 - Swerved at 1.09 Track 5 - A picture of you is better..swerved at 2.31 Track 6 - Thought Bill went to Walderslade could be about Infants School Track 7 - Bit Teen Movie with Amateur Hour Vocal Track 8 - 2nd half of song is a re-run of 1st half Track 9 - 3.21 of Jank Track10 - Swerved at 0.37 Track11 - Few Minor Chords with a Flanger possibly..Drags Track12 - Yank Richard slagging off England..Predictable
QUESTION: Will I ever listen to Billy Childish-Thatchers Children..Again