Ballad Of The Insolent Pup

Damaged Goods

Thee Headcoatees revel in the darker side of their nature on 1994's Ballad of an Insolent Pup, which digs deeper into the gals' angst than on most of their albums. Like their mentor Billy Childish (who wrote most of the songs on this set), thee Headcoatees worship at the altar of garage rock, playing Brit-style beat music with a purposefully crude edge, but while they usually sound like they're out for fun, Ballad of an Insolent Pup uses their ragged '60s-style approach to share their darker moods with us.

What Once Was
This Heart
Ballad Of The Insolent Pup
You'll Be Sorry Now
All My Feelings Denied
It's Bad
When You Stop Loving Me
Two Hearts Beating
No Respect
Again And Again
Now Is Not The Best Time
I Was Led To Believe
You'll Never Do It Baby