Another record that was rescued from Jim Testa's former basement, and I kinda like the a-side on this one-- just some good, meaty oi-metal, nothing fancy. 'Course, sometimes I think it sounds a bit too much like "TV Party", or maybe it's just the gang-vocal technique that's throwing me off, who knows. This was pressed on a 6" (images have been downsized accordingly); Headache Records put out a series of 5" records, also, which won't play all the way through on spiffier turntables because the tonearm return kicks in too soon, but my record player's cheap and doesn't have one of those, so no problems here.
The Wretched Ones formed out of The Burnt, whose "Where's My Head?" album I actually have around here somewhere (believe it or not), so maybe I should post that one, too. If you've ever seen the sleeve of "Where's My Head?" you'll note that the Headache Records logo re-uses the "pained guy" drawing from the front cover. Recycling, it's not just for hippies anymore.
The Wretched Ones -
"Going Down The Bar"
(this file is now listen-only)