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...For the Whole World to See

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Released  February 17, 2009
Producer  Death
Release date  17 February 2009
Length  26:23
Artist  Death
Label  Drag City
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Recorded  1975; United Sound Detroit, Michigan
Genres  Punk rock, Proto-punk, Garage rock
Similar  Beginning From an End, In Blissful Company, Satori, Spiritual Mental Physical, Music for Pleasure

Death for the whole world to see full album


...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.

Contents

Death rock n roll victim


History

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. The surviving songs were released as ...For the Whole World to See in 2009 by Drag City.

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.

Reception

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.

Jack White of The White Stripes related his first reaction to the album in a 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.”

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

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

Track listing

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

Personnel

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

    1Keep On Knocking2:50
    2Rock-N-Roll Victim2:42
    3Let the World Turn5:57

    References

    ...For the Whole World to See Wikipedia


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