Radiohead Inspires Short-Lived Museum

Tower Records outlet in Tokyo displays rarities from act—but only until tomorrow
By Will McCahill,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 4, 2008 8:35 PM CDT
Radiohead Inspires Short-Lived Museum
A Tokyo outlet of Tower Records has turned itself into a Radiohead museum, with rare records, concert footage and even lead singer Thom Yorke's sweaty towels on display; but only until tomorrow.   (AP Photo)

(Newser) – A Tokyo music store is turning itself into a Radiohead museum, notes newyork-tokyo.com blogger Taeko Saito—but fans have only another day to get there. The Tower Records outlet in Shibuya has rare records and footage on display, and even towels used to wipe the sweat off frontman Thom Yorke's brow. It's free, Saito says—and Radiohead's touring in case you can't make it. (Read more Radiohead stories.)

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