Old Radiohead Demo "How Do You Sit Still/Putting Ketchup In The Fridge" Unearthed

Another early Radiohead demo leaked to the web recently, a track that AtEaseWeb users suspect is from the early ’90s. It definitely sounds like it’s taken from that Pablo Honey/The Bends era, whatever this track happens to be. Stream the song, labeled “How Do You Sit Still/Putting Ketchup In The Fridge,” after the jump.

In case you were asking, this is definitely the best B-side from that era. And, if you don’t believe that, at least admire that canary jumpsuit.

Comments (23)
  1. isn’t Lift more of an OK Computer-era B-side?

  2. They should save this just incase Batman Forever is re-released one day.

  3. Talk Show Host/Banana Co are by far the best b-sides from The Bends’ era.

  4. Thom Yorke used to be a Japanese Ganguro kid? Not a bad look for him…

  5. Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see

  6. sounds more like andy yorke than thom yorke.

  7. This is a fake. A really good fake, but a fake. Good work, gang.

    • theres no way anyone could fake that voice, if you could, you’d be in your own band and be an insta-millionaire.

      • c’mon. it doesn’t even sound like thom. hard to tell though. it might be a hoax, but i think it sounds an awful lot more like an unbelievable truth (thom’s little brother andy’s old band) song than a radiohead song, based on both the voice and the song itself–lyrically, melodically, and so forth. that sort of warm, simple plaintiveness has always been much more andy’s thing than thom’s thing. the part where he starts to belt “all these colors must be fading…” sounds very andy and not very thom.

  8. Similiar to Thom’s voice, but definitely not a Radiohead song. My guess is Toronto based band Public, they’re pretty similar. http://www.myspace.com/public

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post, reply to, or rate a comment.

%s1 / %s2