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Tim Jules Hull almost 7 years ago
You don't get much more underground than a band called Death was.
Jennifer Kaiser over 5 years ago
Came out the same year as Sugarman..why the trend now?
Zach Sly over 6 years ago
Fairly interesting concept, but fell short during last leg. Didn't seem important.
Niklas Pivic almost 7 years ago
Good energy, but quite poor where content is concerned. Great album though!
Inés Alcalá 5 years ago
Tyler Mathews over 5 years ago
Patrick Gaertner almost 6 years ago
Tyler Nicholson over 6 years ago
Jim Barton over 6 years ago
Jack Richardson over 6 years ago
Cooper Styles almost 7 years ago
Dani Rolli almost 7 years ago
Toni Crawford almost 7 years ago
andres arboleda almost 7 years ago
George Wilkinson almost 7 years ago
Budin Barny almost 7 years ago
Nuno André almost 7 years ago
Daniel Mogato almost 7 years ago
M almost 7 years ago
Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in the early '70s by three teenage brothers from Detroit, Death is credited as being the first black punk band, and the Hackney brothers, David, Bobby, and Dannis, are now considered pioneers in their field. But it wasn’t until recently — when a dusty 1974 demo tape made its way out of Bobby’s attic nearly 30 years after Death’s heyday — that anyone outside a small group of punk enthusiasts had even heard of them.
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