Death (8) ‎– ...For The Whole World To See

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A1 Keep On Knocking
Written-By – Bobby Hackney, David Hackney
2:50
A2 Rock-N-Roll Victim
Arranged By – Bobby Hackney, David HackneyWritten-By – Bobby Hackney
2:42
A3 Let The World Turn
Music By – David HackneyWords By – Bobby Hackney
5:57
A4 You're A Prisoner
Written-By – Bobby Hackney, David Hackney
2:24
B1 Freakin Out
Written-By – Bobby Hackney
2:49
B2 Where Do We Go From Here?
Written-By – Bobby Hackney
3:50
B3 Politicians In My Eyes
Words By, Music By – Bobby Hackney
5:51

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All tracks recorded and mixed at United Sound Recording Studio in Detroit, Michigan, 1975.

LP contains a lyric sheet insert.

© 1975 Elect Music Publishing BMI
© & ℗ 2009 Drag City Inc.
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): DC-387-A 17900.1 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): DC-387-B 17900.2 (3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Both sides, runout stamped): SAE MASTERING
  • Rights Society: BMI

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sixergixer

sixergixer

October 18, 2015
I feel that this is a very important album. Plus, it sounds great on vinyl. Great release!
bayoulogical

bayoulogical

January 26, 2015

Wow!...everyone needs to hear this...very impressive.
groovatronics

groovatronics

October 2, 2014
While the Johnny Rotten's & Joey Ramones's of the world were still taking remedial junior math classes, these three brothers from Detroit were recording the most fully-formed punk record the world would have ever seen. Unfortunately, every label turned them down and they never got paid proper dues (for basically inventing PUNK, sans "proto-") until the tapes were re-discovered and released by the beloved souls at Drag City in 2009.
DJMintPillow

DJMintPillow

January 8, 2014
edited about 1 year ago

For those who haven't seen the documentary on Death (A Band Called Death) it'll make you appreciate this album tenfold.
http://www.theunexcused.com/netflix-worthy-a-band-called-death/