Not to be confused with the seminal death metal outfit, the maniacs behind FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE were a trio of African-American musicians from Detroit who recorded a handful of rare singles in the early `70s whose ferocious clamor presaged the emergence of hardcore punk. Though the Midwest spawned a few similarly deranged groups in the early `70s like Rocket From The Tombs and Simply Saucer, Death were unique for their undeniable musical virtuosity and uncompromisingly radical political stance.
Rolling Stone (p.86) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]even blistering tracks....Lost in the dustbins until now was 'Freakin Out,' which sounds like a primal version of the Buzzcocks."
Q (Magazine) (p.115) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's an unexpected triumph. The MC5-esque rabble-rousing of 'Politicians...' is the standout, its remastering making it sound oddly contemporary..."