If You're Not Dead, Play

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If You're Not Dead, Play is a 2005 PBS rock music documentary, a Western Reserve Public Media/ PBS production and the sequel of It's Everything, And Then It's Gone.

This was also written and directed by Phil Hoffman[disambiguation needed]. It provides the follow-up explanation of how the Akron Sound came to be with the second wave of Ohioan punk rock and new wave music bands who emerged in the 1980s, including Chi-Pig, Unit 5 and Hammer Damage.

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