November 5, 2012 16:42

First four Radiohead demo tapes on sale for £31k

On A Friday tapes listed by eBay user

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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.

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