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Martin Gordon finally decides to release records under his own name. Since he made this momentous step, he has not looked back, although he will not say why. The whys and wherefores of the birth of the Mammal Era are documented here in the thrillingly-hyperventilating style so beloved of Californians and meeja peeble. For an overview of all Gordon lyrics (it’s a book), from Jet via Radio Stars and Blue Meanies, to today’s ventures, here’s Words In Your Shell-Like.

It has taken him a number of albums to get it all off his chest, and ‘Greatest Sh!ts’ is due in September 2023. The main audio pillars are:

Martin Gordon

And there is more

Additional audio material includes:

and the accompanying reading material:

Excerpts of the so-called Trilogy have been performed live on a number of occasions: highlights here. Fuller video documentation is on Radiant Future’s YouTube channel.

An ever-changing variety of on- and off-stage talent supports the Mammal Trilogy and the other episodes. Chris Townson drummed on parts I-IV, but thoughtlessly died before the final two parts were completed. He was reincarnated as a bench. Steven Budney and Romain Vicente recently occupied the drum stool. Pelle Almgren provided sterling vocals on the first 6 parts of the so-called Trilogy, and indeed the Swedish outing in 2011 was comprised almost entirely of Swedes. Andreas Reimer, Ralf Leeman, Mario Ferraro and Stephan Bernardes play (and have played) guitars.

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