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DEATH - ...For The Whole World To See

Sometimes there's nothing like a little Death to liven up a party, and in this case, Death's ...For The Whole World To See is a very welcome addition to the incendiary legacy of high-energy Detroit proto-punk. Consisting of three African-American brothers, this mid-'70s group recorded some ear-blasting, metallic, jams-kicking songs in the vein of The MC5, especially on this disc's lead-off track "Keep On Knocking", on which Death's lead singer sounds like a dead ringer (no pun intended) for Rob Tyner. Other highlights include the aptly-titled "Freakin' Out" and "Politicians In My Eyes", making for one excellent punkadelic reissue.

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