With 46,502 Punk, Metal, Indie, HXC & Ska items!
Welcome to INTERPUNK!
Returning Customer?
Please log in here
New Customer?
Open an account here
Log out ^Not you?

Thank you for shopping at!
View your cart
Saved Carts
Secure checkout

10% OFF Small Merch
Special In-Stock Vinyl
Exclusive Limited Vinyl
See What Just Sold

  Special Vinyl
  T-Shirt Finder
  New Releases
  Just Added
  On Sale
  Record Label
  Song Title
  IP Local


Click to view a larger image
Wretched Ones

Make It Happen

Headache 64

Released on October 10, 2007

This item is not available for purchase. Sorry!

The Wretched Ones attack hard on this, their powerhouse 4th studio album! Twelve brank new extra-heavy American punk, oi, and relentless rock and roll anthems to sink your teeth into! Welcome to the real world your new favorite album is here!

Biography for Wretched Ones
View other music on the same record label

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Make It Happen  0%
2 You're Doing It Wrong  0%
3 Done With You  0%
4 Less Is More  0%
5 Rut  0%
6 The Rockers  0%
7 Pay The Piper Voted #1  50%
8 Cannot Tell A Lie  0%
9 Skin Neighbor Voted #3  17%
10 I'm On My Own Agenda  0%
11 Lady Boss Voted #2  33%
12 Destination  0%
Come back on or after Wednesday, October 10 to vote for your favorite songs

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Click for more info
Another Dead Generation CD
Click for more info
Its Gonna Get Ugly CD
Click for more info
Wretched Ones
Wretched Ones CD
Click for more info
Wretched Ones
Go To Work CD
Click for more info
Wretched Ones
We Don't Belong To Nobody CD
Click for more info
Limecell CD
Click for more info
Destroy The Underground CD
Click for more info
Fight For Your Mind CD
Click for more info
Tear It Down CD
Click for more info
Plan Of Attack
Stick To Your Guns 7"

Customer Reviews

Displaying the only customer review
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Click to view all reviews by this person
Charles from Kingsport, TN 
Sep 15 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'm a longtime fan of the Wretched Ones. Indeed, I'd say they're one of my favorite bands, in terms of how often I listen to them. Even so, I felt like the songs on this album were a bit uninspired, especially when compared to the freakin' incredible last album, "Less is More," which I consider their best album to date. Still, you know what you're getting with the Wretched Ones, and that's solid street rock with gruff vocals, punishing guitar chords, and no bullshit. I'd recommend this album for fans, keeping in mind that it's a bit weak in comparison with the rest of their incredibly awesome body of work.

© 1997-2022 Interpunk Inc. All rights reserved. Our Privacy Policy Read our disclaimer.