Two more unreleased Radiohead tracks posted online – listen

Tracks come from the same demo tape as 'Everybody Knows' and 'Girl (In The Purple Dress)'Two more unreleased Radiohead tracks have been posted online, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to the tracks.

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Tracks come from the same demo tape as ‘Everybody Knows’ and ‘Girl (In The Purple Dress)’Two more unreleased Radiohead tracks have been posted online, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to the tracks.

The tracks, which are titled ‘Fragile Friend’ and ‘Fat Girl’, come from the same 1986 demo tape as ‘Everybody Knows’ and ‘Girl (In The Purple Dress)’, which were released online late last year. The tracks were recorded at Oxfordshire’s Abingdon School when the band were still known as On A Friday and before guitarist Jonny Greenwood joined the band.

A further lost Radiohead track, which was supposedly recorded by the band in the early 1990s, was revealed as a hoax just before Christmas. The track, which was thought to be called ‘How Do You Sit Still’, actually turned out to be the work of singer-songwriter Christopher Stopa, who nows works as a baker.

Radiohead are set to tour the world throughout 2012 and hinted that they will play arena shows in the UK rather than festival dates.

‘Fat Girl’




‘Fragile Friend’




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