Bleach Boys- No Moral Fibre (Whatsoever) 7”. Punk Rock hadn’t really hit small town England in 1976, but when it did, it hit like a neutron bomb. The Bleach Boys were at the fore front of that scene and took their cues from the American punk scene as they blended fast guitars and relentless drums with their own unique brand of humor, creating a sound all of their own. In the weeks after their first show in early 1977, they were banned from many local venues as their notorious reputation spread and the clubs just didn’t want to deal with them. This 3 song 7” fits in perfectly with their loud and nihilistic spit-punk aesthetic including seething cuts like ‘Plastic Sex’, ‘Tapeworm’ and title track ‘No Moral Fibre (Whatsoever)’. THIS IS THE LIMITED ALTERNATE COVER VERSION OF THIS 7" LIMITED TO ONLY 50 COPIES! Import from the UK.