First four Radiohead demo tapes on sale for £31k

On A Friday tapes listed by eBay user

Photo: Dean Chalkley Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Radiohead
Photo: Dean Chalkley

The first four demo tapes Radiohead recorded under their original name On A Friday are being sold online for £31,000.

On A Friday changed their name to Radiohead in 1990 after a short time when they were known as Shindig. The eBay usereBay user selling the four tapes, which feature songs such as 'Climbing Up A Bloody Great Hill' and 'Give It Up', for for $49,999 (around £31,000). There are currently no bids on the items.

Last month, a Radiohead fan tried to sell a ticket to see the band live after his girlfriend cheated on him. The spurned lover, who was left high and dry by his former sweetheart after he found out she had "fornicated" with other people behind his back, tried to sell her tickets on Gumtree to "attractive females" instead.

Scroll down the page to see a video about Radiohead's best ever song.

Read More On This Artist

Video: What's The Greatest Radiohead Song?

More News
Taylor Swift to donate 'Welcome to New York' proceeds to the city's public schools
Suge Knight and comedian Katt Williams arrested for robbery
Public Enemy announce deluxe reissues of two classic albums
Damien Rice releases new song 'The Greatest Bastard' – listen
Deerhoof reveal destructive new 'Mirror Monster' video – watch
Parquet Courts reveal first collaboration with PC Worship – hear 'Fell Into The Wrong...
Wiley to release new album 'Snakes & Ladders' on Monday
Dave Sitek: 'Liam Gallagher should get back in the studio with me' – watch
Slipknot's Corey Taylor dismisses Gene Simmons' 'rock is finally dead' comments
Paolo Nutini cancels London and Cardiff gigs through illness
Unreleased Burial track 'Lambeth' to feature on new Hyperdub compilation
Calvin Harris to host new album listening parties in black cabs
Foo Fighters preview new track 'Congregation' – listen
Young Fathers on the Mercury Prize: 'We believed we were going to win'
Faris Badwan showcases new label Raft Records with Puffer at Jack Rocks The Macbeth
Michael Eavis rules out possibility of Queen or Fleetwood Mac headlining Glastonbury in 2015
Nas references Prince Charles plus 'tea, biscuits and crumpets' in new track
Pitbull recruits Paul McCartney and Michelle Obama for new TV show
Eminem reveals tracklist for 'Shady XV' compilation album
Jack White discusses jazz and blues records of Paramount Records at Yale University - watch
Phil Collins calls Adele a 'slippery little fish' after being dropped from her new album
Ant & Dec to host Brit Awards for first time in 14 years in 2015

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM