First 7" EP released and mastered by No Front Teeth Records. 7 versions available, including a limited edition (50PLN).
"Hearing Moron's Morons out of Warsaw, I must say that this band is exactly what I think garage-punk ought to be. If you like it raw and trashy, well it doesn't get any rawer or trashier!" Faster And Louder Blog
"Play this six track 7" on 45 or 33.1/3 it matters not: it’s loud fast obnoxious and sounds like a fist fight between two rabid dogs on steroids. Recorded in a steel biscuit tin, Moron's Moron don't give two fucks by the sounds of it, and as one speed ball finishes the next is off like the bullet from a gun. Hailing from Warszawa, you can get the gist of where these punks mindset is at as they try to knit together the spirit of Stiv and his Dead Boys and Jay Reatard - and do it well, to be fair, cramming six snotty don't give a fuck punk rock onto one single is a bargain." Uber Rock
"Having released not two, not three, but seven different sleeves, Moron’s Morons debut EP must be homage to their name or the band is loaded! Of course it’s loaded, loaded with extremely lo-fi moronic rage that is!
Their sound is fast and furious, as if listened to on a rusty car radio on an overplayed distorted cassette – the raw realm of fierce trashy punk rock. With influences including The Reatards, Dead Boys, Teengenerate, The Dwarves, and the like, you can see where they’re coming from.
NFT were wise enough to keep their DIY-garage sound, elevating Moron’s Morons to a band worthy of the Rip Off Records’ cult." Heatwave Magazine
"This is lo-fi garage punk that would make Rip Off Records proud. Hell, Moron’s Morons would be on the label. This band is writing punk rock blasts played at high speed, but recorded on an old cassette recorder, which doesn’t matter to the band. This originally was self-released by the band as their Trash Can Glory demo, but No Front Teeth has given this a proper release. ’77 Kids meets Teengenerate and Registrators." – Ed Stuart, Audio Amunition
released April 10, 2017
John Pauly Shore II - guitar
Debbie Lee Moron - bass
Philo Phuckphace - vocals
Vasco Da Nazar - drums