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Radical Face is a musical act consisting of Ben Cooper (born c. 1982), a resident of Jacksonville, Florida, who also makes up one-half of Electric President and Iron Orchestra and one third of Mother's Basement. The name Radical Face was chosen after seeing it on a flyer. He later found out it was a plastic surgery flyer saying 'Radical Face-Lift' with the word 'lift' ripped off.
On November 16, 2010 Cooper released a six-track EP titled Touch The Sky which serves as an appetizer for an announced trilogy of albums called Family Tree. Leading up to the release of The Roots, The Bastards: Volume One EP was released track by track. The first album, titled The Roots was released on October 4, 2011. In August The Roots was accidentally released to users outside of the U.S on iTunes. The Roots will be followed by The Branches and The Leaves'.
Clone, an album by Ben Cooper and Richard Colado was announced to be released through Bear Machine Records and available by fall of 2012.  In September, 2012, it was announced that the record was delayed and will be released in January, 2013.
The Junkyard Chandelier 
Ben Cooper's first album to be recorded under the Radical Face pseudonym was The Junkyard Chandelier (2003). However, his first release was entitled Ghost.
- Track listing
- "Stitches In My Side" - 3:27
- "The Scarecrows Are Marching" - 4:51
- "Martyr" - 3:47
- "Chewing Bottles" - 5:14
- "Junkyard Chandelier" - 6:19
- "Paper Birds" - 4:25
- "Fog In The House Of Lightbulbs" - 6:38
- "Runs In The Sidewalk" - 5:36
- "Confidants And Fish Hooks" - 4:59
- "Pockets Full Of Ink" - 5:20
- "Burning Bridges" - 3:13
Ghost, released in March 2007 on Morr Music, is a concept album based on the idea of houses retaining stories of things that have happened in them. Each song is a story and some of the stories are told from the house's point of view. Cooper cited an old house he lived in as one of the inspirations for Ghost. Most of his work on the album was conducted in an old tool shed behind his house. Emeral Cooper, Mark Hubbard and Alex Kane collaborated with Ben Cooper for some tracks on the album.
The song Welcome Home has been featured in several advertisements and films, including a Nikon advertisement in several countries of Europe, an advert for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt, as well as an ad for the University of Oregon that aired during the 2011 BCS Championship between Auburn and Oregon. The song appeared in the movie Humboldt County. The 2011 documentary film Forks Over Knives features the song over the ending credits. It is used in the emotional climax of the film The Vicious Kind. It is featured in the film The Swiss Machine as speed alpinist Ueli Steck ascends the Eiger. This film was part of the 2010 Reel Rock Tour and Steck's ascent to the tune of Radical Face's Welcome Home is featured in the Reel Rock Tour trailer. It was also used at the end of UK program Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man and in a mountain bike short movie of freeride pro Andi Wittmann. The song was also featured in the fifth season of the popular British show, Skins and the second season of James May's Man Lab. The song reached number 58 in the UK Singles Chart in July 2012 
- Track listing
- "Asleep on a Train" - 2:01
- "Welcome Home" - 4:48 (Emeral Cooper on piano and Mark Hubbard on snare drum)
- "Let the River In" - 5:07
- "Glory" - 6:13 (Alex Kane on bass)
- "The Strangest Things" - 4:26 (Alex Kane on bass)
- "Wrapped in Piano Strings" - 3:38
- "Along the Road" - 4:18
- "Haunted" - 4:44
- "Winter Is Coming" - 4:24
- "Sleepwalking" - 4:43
- "Homesick" - 3:44
Total album length - 48:05
Touch The Sky EP 
Touch The Sky is an EP released in 2010 to bridge the gap between Ghost and The Family Tree Trilogy.
- Track listing
- "Welcome Home (EP Version) - 4:47
- "Glory (Acoustic)" - 4:34
- "Doorways" - 3:00
- "A Little Hell" - 2:13
- "The Deserter's Song" - 4:55
- "Welcome Home (Reprise)" - 2:29
The Bastards - Volume One EP 
The EP was released on August 19, 2011, and is the first of a number of free EPs over the course of the Family Tree-project, all of them part of a series called "The Bastards". It was only available from the Radical Face website on a free download.
- Track listing
- "All Is Well (It's Only Blood) - 2:45
- "All Is Well (Goodbye, Goodbye)" - 4:05
- "We're On Our Way" - 4:08
The Family Tree: The Roots 
Was released in October 2011. The first album of three in the Family Tree-project that follows the tale of a fictional family, the Northcotes, through its generations. It is dedicated to the first two generations of the Northcotes' family tree and is narratively based in the 1800s. A Deluxe Version was released specifically for iTunes that added the three tracks from the The Bastards - Volume One EP.
- Track listing
- "Names" - 1:15
- "A Pound of Flesh" - 3:35
- "Family Portrait" - 4:40
- "Black Eyes" - 4:44
- "Severus and Stone" - 4:28
- "The Moon Is Down" - 3:18
- "Ghost Towns" - 3:54
- "Kin" - 4:04
- "The Dead Waltz" - 5:23
- "Always Gold" - 5:56
- "Mountains" - 4:51
The Family Tree: The Branches 
On the 18th May 2013, Ben Cooper wrote on his website that 'The record will come out in Fall (likely early October)'. He initially announced that the album would be called The Family Tree: The Branches on 17th November 2010 
- 2003: The Junkyard Chandelier
- 2007: Ghost
- 2011: The Family Tree: The Roots
- 2010: Touch The Sky EP
- 2011: The Bastards - Volume One EP
- 2012: Always Gold EP
Music videos 
|2010||Doorways||Touch The Sky EP|
|2012||A Pound of Flesh||The Family Tree: The Roots|
|2012||We're On Our Way||The Bastards - Volume One EP|
|2012||Always Gold||The Family Tree: The Roots|
- http://livefly.info/2012/01/radical-face-interview/[dead link]
- Richardson, Mark. Radical Face: Ghost. Pitchfork Media, April 13, 2007. Retrieved on June 20, 2008.
- Ghost Review. Boomkat, February 2007. Retrieved on May 11, 2009.
- Kelly, Jennifer. Ghost Review. Pop Matters, May 11, 2007. Retrieved on June 20, 2008.
- The Roots album review
- Cooper, Ben. "Radical Face Webpage".
- LesCharts.com: Radical Face discography
- DutchCharts.nl Radical Face discography
- Official Page
- The Sounds & Sights of Radical Face - Documentary by Justin Mitchell
- Radical Face Live in San Francisco - By Connor Ellmann