Nobody's Fools is the fifth studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released in March, 1976 and reached position #14 on the UK album charts.
It was also their first album (since their rise to fame) not to reach the UK Top 10, and to drop out of the chart after a chart run of only 4 weeks. It would be their last album that would make an appearance on the chart until 1980s compilation Slade Smashes!. The album also showed the band dropping their 'loud' and 'rocky' type songs, and move towards a more 'American' soul/pop sound. British fans accused Noddy Holder and Jim Lea as 'selling out' and forgetting about their fanbase in the UK, as the band had been in the States for most of 1975, trying to crack the market. The album peaked at #14 in Sweden.