by Drago BonacichPop/rock band from Spain Radio Futura started playing in 1978 under the name of Futurama, a project created by keyboardist Herminio Molero. The band debuted in October of 1979 while performing live at Madrid's Ateneo. The following year they had the opportunity to open for Elvis Costello. After signing up to Hispavox, Música Moderna was released. In 1981, Herminio Molero decided to leave the act. Soon after, Radio Futura signed up to Ariola, issuing De Un País En Llamas in May of 1985. While becoming a three-piece act, the group moved to the U.S. in 1986, recording La Canción de Juan Perro at New York's Sigma Sound studios. On October 28 and 29, 1988, the band recorded a live album with Javier Monforte on guitar, Oscar Quezada on drums, and Pedro Navarrete on keyboards. After releasing Tierra Para Bailar in 1992, Radio Futura broke up.