Sunday, September 16, 2007

Radiohead: Early Demos

I've been thinking a lot about Radiohead, as I often do, probably because I recently finished reading a book about their masterpiece, 1997's OK Computer, called Welcome To The Machine. Over the summer I collected these demos, some of which I'd heard before (Manic Hedgehog) and some that were new to my ears. At any rate, they're a must-have for any collector of Radiohead material.
On A Friday Demos (1988)

Happy Song
To Be A Brilliant Light
Sinking Ship

Download the set here.

1990 Demos

Climbing Up A Bloody Great Hill
Mr B
What's That You See?
Everyone Needs Someone To Hate
Upside Down
The Greatest Shindig Of The World
Give It Up
How Can You Be Sure?
Life With The Big F
Keep Strong
Burning Bush
Tell Me Bitch
New Generation

Download the set here.

Manic Hedgehog Demos (1991)

I Can't
Nothing Touches Me
Thinking About You
Phillipa Chicken

Download the set here.
Buy Radiohead's music here.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for your high quality, diverse posts. (long time leecher, first time "thanker"!)

September 22, 2007 6:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I've been looking all over for a copy of those...

September 21, 2008 2:50 PM  
Blogger KY TWOMBLE said...

oh, I couldn't download any. Linx seems to be dead
Any chance for re-upload?


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