Thee Mighty Caesars

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Thee Mighty Caesars
Origin Chatham, Kent, England
Genres Garage rock, punk
Years active 1985-1989
Labels Hangman Records, Big Beat, Damaged Goods
Associated acts The Prisoners, The Milkshakes, Thee Headcoats, The Prime Movers
Past members 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.



  • 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)


  • 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)


  1. ^ "Thee Mighty Caesars | Biography & History". AllMusic. 1958-12-13. Retrieved 2016-07-31. 
  2. ^ "Thee Mighty Caesars". Retrieved 2016-07-31.