Alternative metal(old material)
|Labels||Bakery Music (1997)
GMM Grammy (1998-2007)
RS Promotion (present)
|Members||Benjamin Jung Tuffnell (Ben)
Jakarint Juprasert (Ton)
Thevarit Srisuk (Rang)
Rat Kobayashi (Rat)
|Past members||Korbpob Baiyam (Teoy)
Natapol Puthpawana (Toe)
Tortrakul Baingen (Tor)
The band worked with Bakery Music, an independent label, and released an EP named Sampler. The band then moved to More Music and released their first full length album, I.Q. 180, but attracted a small audience compared with that of labelmates Loso.
Silly Fools popularity increased as the musical style of their later albums was more accessible to the public. They are now considered among the top rock bands in Thailand.
Silly Fools was the winner of the favorite artist for Thailand at the 2005 MTV Asia Awards.
- Benjamin Jung Tuffnell ("Ben")- lead vocals
- Jakarint Juprasert ("Ton") - guitar
- Thevarit Srisuk ("Rang") - bass guitar
- Rat Kobayashi ("Rat") - drum
On June 26, 2006, Natapol Puthpawana quit the band, claiming that he no longer could play in venues serving alcoholic beverages due to his religion.
On November 12, 2006, Silly Fools appeared at the 2006 Fat Festival, performing 2 songs. Their new lead singer, whose identity was not revealed, performed 2 songs while wearing a mask. Both songs that were performed that evening were in English.
On December 21, 2006, Silly Fools (Ton,Rung,Tor) released their latest album "Silly Fools Mini", and unveiled the band's new lead singer, Benjamin Jung Tuffnell. The "Mini" album includes 5 English songs, and was made available for sale around January 26, 2007.
in 2012,Tortrakul Baingen quit the band , with personal reason. in 2013 Rat Kobayashi became the new permanent drummer for the band.
- Korbpob Baiyam ("Teoy") - drums
- Natapol Puthpawana ("Toe") - lead vocals, formed his new band 'HANGMAN' and now retired.
- Tortrakul Baingen ("Tor") - drums
- EP. Sampler (1997)
- I.Q. 180 (June 1998)
- Candyman (July 1999)
- Mint (September 2000)
- Juicy (March 2002)
- FaT Live : V3 Concert (December 21, 2002)
- King Size (January 15, 2004)
- Mini E.P. (January 26, 2007)
- The One (March,2008)
- The One : Limited Edition (April 10, 2008)
- Combo (May 2004)
- Silly Fools: The Singles (July 2006)
- Toe's press conference about leaving Silly Fools (in Thai)
- Ton, Rung and Tor's response to Toe's press conference (in Thai)