Radiant Future Records

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Radiant Future Records
Radiant Future logo w drop shadow.jpg
FounderMartin Gordon
Distributor(s)The Orchard, Ace
Official websitehttps://radiantfuture.eu

Radiant Future Records is a British independent record label and home to one-time Sparks bassist Martin Gordon, Jet, Radio Stars, John's Children, the Blue Meanies and related artists. The label began operations in 2002 with the release of a live recording from Gordon's alumni Jet, Johns Children and Radio Stars, and releases one or two albums per year with a focus upon 'clever twisted pop which rocks', to quote Rolling Stone magazine.[1]

Recent releases include a live Radio Stars album from the 1970s and Gordon's six solo releases in the Mammal Trilogy series. The final instalment Include Me Out was released in 2013. Since then, three projects have been released: an album of Gilbert and Sullivan material Gilbert Gordon & Sullivan in 2016 on April Fool's Day, Thanks For All the Fish (2018)and OMG (2020). Another Words, a setting to music of the Trump/Raffensberger phone call of January 2021, was released in 2021, with an expanded version following in 2022.


Cat. no Title Artist Notes Year of release
RFVP001CD Music for the Herd of Herring Johns' Children, Jet & Radio Stars Live in 2000 2000
RF001B Companion Volume to 'God's On His Lunchbreak Martin Gordon / Chris Townson Book - lyrics to the 'God' album, full-colour illustrations to each song by Chris Townson 2005
RFVP001BOXCD The Mammal Trilogy box set Martin Gordon Limited edition box set of Parts I - III 2006
RFVP002CD Jet Jet Withdrawn 2001
RFVP003CD More Light Than Shade Jet Withdrawn 2001
RF004 Pop Sensibility Blue Meanies Download only 2007
RFVP005CD The Baboon in the Basement Martin Gordon First part of Mammal Trilogy 2003
RFVP006CD The Joy of More Hogwash Martin Gordon Second part of Mammal Trilogy 2004
RFVP007CD God's On His Lunchbreak Martin Gordon Third part of Mammal Trilogy 2005
RFVP008CD How Am I Doing So Far?(compilation) Martin Gordon Selected best-of Parts I - III with 4 bonus tracks 2006
RFVP009CD The World is Your Lobster Martin Gordon Fourth part of Mammal Trilogy 2007
RFVP010CD Something for the Weekend Radio Stars Live in 1977 2008
RFVP011CD Hello Boston! Martin Gordon Live in 2007; included with first 1000 copies of 'Something for the Weekend' then download only 2008
RF012 New Hope for the Dead Mira Download only 2008
RFVP013CD Time Gentlemen Please Martin Gordon Fifth part of Mammal Trilogy 2009
RF014CD Time Gentlemen Please - Demos Martin Gordon Limited CD edition of 100 copies, then download only 2009
RF016CD Include Me Out Martin Gordon Sixth and final part of Mammal Trilogy, limited CD edition of 70 copies then download only 2013
RF017CD Exclude Me In Martin Gordon Include Me Out demos 2013
RF018 Words in Your Shell-Like Martin Gordon Book - all lyrics to all Gordon's songs 1974-2016 (updated edition issued 2016) 2013
RF019CD Gilbert Gordon & Sullivan Martin Gordon First album of Post-Mammal Era: Gilbert and Sullivan covers 2016
RF019-01SDL Modern Major General Martin Gordon Single release 2016
RF020S Dump the Trump! Martin Gordon Single release 2016
RF022S Idiots Martin Gordon Single release 2016
RF023-S God's Not Great Martin Gordon Single release 2018
RF023CD Thanks For All the Fish Martin Gordon Second album of Post-Mammal Era 2018
RF024-S Will of the People Martin Gordon Single release, w/remix version 2019
RF024 Something Extra for the Weekend Martin Gordon Radio Stars live in 1977 expanded with additional unreleased studio tracks 2021
RF025CD OMG Martin Gordon Third album of Post-Mammal Era 2020
RF026-S COVIDiots Martin Gordon Single release 2020
RF027-S Superior Jeans Martin Gordon Single release 2020
RF028-S All the Rage Martin Gordon Single release 2021
RF029CD Another Words Martin Gordon Album - setting of Trump-Raffensperger phone call of 2021 2021
RF030-S Somewhere Over the Rainbow Martin Gordon Single - instrumental remix 2021
RF031 Another Words - the Phone Call Martin Gordon Album - expanded version Trump-Raffensperger phone call w/ original source material 2022
RF032-S Dumber Than a Rock Martin Gordon Single - it's the Don, Brad and Mart show 2022
RF033-S Booster Martin Gordon Single - in which Boris stuffs everybody 2022


  1. ^ "Music News". Rollingstone.com. Archived from the original on 4 January 2007. Retrieved 1 May 2020.

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