This blog is simply to share my passion for vinyl records.
(punk rock, hardcore, new wave, power pop, rocksteady, ska, oi, gothic, heavy metal...)

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Saturday, 6 June 2009

DEATH - "FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE" (LP 2009)

Bloody hell...what a record!! I just received last week and cant stop listening to it.

This is the story: mid ’70s in Detroit, three black brothers (Dannis, Bobby and David Hackney) were into the Stooges, MC5 and Funkadelic. They decided to put a band together and the result is this blast in the form of a power trio. They self-released 500 copies of a 7" single “Politicians in My Eyes” b/w “Keep on Knocking,” on their Tryangle label in '75.
They recorded 7 songs from the same studio session, that were supposed to be released on LP, but Columbia Records asked the brothers to change the band's name...they said fuck off, and the record was never released until now, when the surviving songs were released in 2009 by Drag City Records.

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I'm gonna shut up now and leave you folks with what we like the most...THE MUSIC!!!

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3 comments:

RATOSECO said...

What a killer album.
When we thought "Bad Brains" was the first all black Punk band, we found "Pure Hell" and "Death".

Greg said...

Yes and you can add the allmighty NY NIGGERS with the 70's Ep "Headliner"...

A real killer !!!

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