Time Gentlemen Please (album)

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Time Gentlemen Please
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Studio album by Martin Gordon
Released 1 September 2009
Recorded 2009
Genre Rock/alternative
Language English
Label Radiant Future
Producer Martin Gordon
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Time Gentlemen Please is a studio album released in 2009 by Martin Gordon on Radiant Future Records.

Martin Gordon British musician

Martin Gordon is an English musician, who plays bass guitar, double bass and piano.

Radiant Future Records

Radiant Future Records is a British independent record label distributed by Ace Records, 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.


Track listing

  1. "Elephantasy"
  2. "Houston We Gotta Drinking Problem"
  3. "On and On"
  4. "21st Century Blues"
  5. "Come Out Come Out Whoever You Are"
  6. "I Feel Fine"
  7. "If Boys Could Talk and Girls Could Think"
  8. "Talulah Does the Hula From Hawaii"
  9. "Shoot the Women First"
  10. "Panama"
  11. "Incognito Ergo Sum"
  12. "I Have a Chav"
  13. "Interesting Times"
  14. "Passionate About Your Elevator"
  15. "I'm Budgie (Don't Fly Me)"
  16. "You Can't See Me"


  1. Martin Gordon/bass, keyboards, production
  2. Pelle Almgren/vocals
  3. Ralf Leeman/guitar, ukulele
  4. Enrico Antico/guitar
  5. Steve Budney/drums

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