Thee Mighty Caesars were fronted by Billy Childish (b. William Charlie Hamper, 13 Dec 1958, Chatham, Kent, Britain), previously from the Pop Rivets and (Thee) Milkshakes. His brand-new venture subscribed towards the ethos that music ought to be instant and unpolished. Each of the produces boasted a tough and ready audio comparable to U.S. garage area bands and observed guitarist Hyperlink Wray, dubbed “the Medway Sound” following a river in Kent. Thee Mighty Caesars was documented using the Prisoners (minus Mickey Hampshire) and, unsurprisingly, it sounded much like Childish’s previous business. Beware the Ides of March was marginally even more refined, a craze continuing on Thee Caesars of Garbage and Acropolis Today, which featured people of girl-group the Delmonas in support. The deceptively entitled Reside in Rome blended previously issued paths with cover variations of songs with the Damned, Sex Pistols and Chuck Berry, with artificial crowd sounds dubbed at the top. Wiseblood reprised the tough and ready audio of Thee Mighty Caesars, recommending that Childish sensed unhappy along with his band’s significantly concentrated (in his conditions) audio. The record was originally released on Ambassador Information, a label possessed by Wreckless Eric, nonetheless it was afterwards reissued on Childish’s very own outlet, Hangman Information. (Hangman also released his different spin-off tasks, including numerous single albums, one-off recordings and collaborations with Medway poet Sexton Ming.) Thee Mighty Caesars’ profession was suspended following rumbustious John Lennon’s Corpse Revisited, although Childish insisted the break was short-term until the people found time and energy to work together once again. Nevertheless, Thee Mighty Caesars people Bruce Brand and John Agnew had been within his next task, Thee Headcoats. By 1995, Childish got retired through the music business and began a new profession being a painter, however, not before he performed a farewell gig in London supported by all his outdated bands. Within 3 years he was back again documenting with Thee Headcoats.