A devoted Radiohead fan is now the proud owner of some of the band's earliest recordings after shelling out more than $3,000.
According to "NME," Omega Auctions says a U.S. collector paid 2,000 pounds, or about $3,200 dollars, for an extremely rare demo cassette from the British rockers.
The tape dates back to 1986 when the band was still known as "On a Friday" and features six tracks that never made it on any official Radiohead release.
The 27-year-old demo, which reportedly came from an old school friend of the band members, is said to be the only known copy in existence.
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