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Recorded by the three brothers Hackney in 1975 but bafflingly left unreleased until last year,
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.For the Whole World to See, recorded in 1974, requires more ballpark adjustments than your average reissue. For one, most bands today fusing breakneck punk with arena rock bombast do so under a. Death - For The Whole World To See (Full Album) Proto-Punk (1975) Close. Death - For The Whole World To See (Full.

Death (not to be confused with the equally trailblazing death/technical metal pioneers of the 80s) left us a mere 7 songs, but what epic and prescient statements they were!
They started as an R'n'B outfit before changing tack - embracing hard rock and the proto-punk of other Motor City originals like Seethe Stooges and MC5 - whilst, to my ears at least, retaining the soul and social conscience of early 70s African-American music.
The result resembles a sound at once like Bad Brains and hardcore punk five years before the fact, with an unmistakable Detroit groove barely contained in a strait jacket of outrage: that of social outcasts trying to comprehend the senseless prejudice and apathy of the world around them. If this all sounds a bit too angsty and sincere to you then you'd do well to remember that this is rock music and getthehelloffamypage.
Now, the Bad Brains

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comparison isn't just some handy euphimism for all-black (so-called Afro-punk) groups of the 1970s, but one for the political approach and wide range of moods that both bands evoked over the majority of their peers within a raw punk framework. The album begins like any other Detroit garage group, presaging the Dirtbombs et al. Track 2 is spookily H.R, or even the 'black New York Dolls' Pure Hell. However the songs hereafter become lengthier, incorporating time changes and introspective lyrics; there are echoes of Curtis Mayfield's funk, the soul and rhythmic gospel seemingly compulsory for Detroit and even the jaded 1970s psychedelic hangover.For
Ahead-of-their-time cuts like 'Let the World Turn', 'You're a Prisoner' and 'Politicians In My Eyes' ought to have reached the nascent punk subculture and become bonafide classics, but they didn't. Death self-released one 7' single - these recordings having been funded by Columbia Records - and were swiftly dropped after refusing to compromise with a friendlier band name. Now is your chance to hear what a generation missed out on.
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..For the Whole World to See
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 17, 2009
StudioUnited Sound[1]
Detroit, Michigan
GenrePunk rock, proto-punk,[2]garage rock[2]
LabelDrag City

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..For the Whole World to See is a studio album by the American band Death, released in 2009 and consisting of various demos originally recorded in the mid 1970s.


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In 1975 the band entered a studio to record a 12-song album. After refusing to change their group's name, Death was turned away by Clive Davis of Columbia Records. Only seven songs were completed and the album was never released.[3] The surviving songs were released as ..For the Whole World to See in 2009 by Drag City.[4]

Just prior to and right after the record's release, the songs on ..For the Whole World to See were performed live by Rough Francis, a band formed by the three sons of Death's original bassist. With the record's critical acclaim and praise from many other musicians, the two surviving members of Death reformed the band with a new guitarist to promote the record themselves.


Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
Pitchfork Media(7.1/10)[5]
Tiny Mix Tapes[7]

Initial critical response to ..For the Whole World to See was positive. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has received an average score of 76, based on 8 reviews.[4]

Jack White of The White Stripes related his first reaction to the album in a The New York Times article: 'I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. When I was told the history of the band and what year they recorded this music, it just didn’t make sense. Ahead of punk, and ahead of their time.”[3]

The song 'You're a Prisoner' was featured in the 2011 film Kill the Irishman.[8]

The song 'Freakin Out' is played in the main action sequence on the sixth episode of the Starz show 'Ash vs. Evil Dead'.

The song 'Keep on Knocking' was used for the soundtrack for the video game 'Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'.

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Track listing[edit]

1.'Keep on Knocking'David Hackney, Bobby Hackney2:50
2.'Rock-N-Roll Victim'D. Hackney2:41
3.'Let the World Turn'D. Hackney, B. Hackney5:56
4.'You're a Prisoner'D. Hackney, B. Hackney2:24
5.'Freakin Out'B. Hackney2:48
6.'Where Do We Go from Here???'B. Hackney3:50
7.'Politicians in My Eyes'B. Hackney5:50
Total length:26:23


  • David Hackney – guitar
  • Bobby Hackney – bass, lead vocals
  • Dannis Hackney – drums
  • Death – producer
  • Tammy Hackney – photography
  • Jim Vitti – engineer


  1. ^SoulfulDetroit - United Sound Systems - Great Soul Music Recording Studios of Detroit
  2. ^ abcJurek, Thom. 'Overview:..For the Whole World to See'. Allmusic. Retrieved July 23, 2010.
  3. ^ abThis Band Was Punk Before Punk Was Punk
  4. ^ abc'Death: ..For the Whole World to See (2009): Reviews'. Metacritic. CNET Networks, Inc. Archived from the original on 21 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-19.
  5. ^Moerder, Adam (February 8, 2009). 'Pitchfork: Album Reviews: Death: ..For the Whole World to See'. Archived from the original on 8 July 2010. Retrieved July 23, 2010.
  6. ^Butler, Nick. ..For the Whole World to See review 2009-10-21. Retrieved on 2011-08-14.
  7. ^Woodbury, Jason P. ..For the Whole World to See review 2009-02-19. Retrieved on 2011-08-14.
  8. ^Soundtracks for Kill the Irishman (2011)

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