"Anyone Can Play Guitar" was a single taken from Radiohead's first album Pablo Honey, released just in advance of the album. It was the band's second single, and their first to receive a wide hearing ("Creep" had been issued in limited quantities some months earlier, and had failed to chart, but would soon become a hit and ultimately be re-released later in 1993). "Anyone Can Play Guitar" made relatively little impression on the charts, but it remained a staple of the band's live sets throughout the early-mid nineties.
A 12" was also released in small quantities.
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Aug 03, 2001; When you see the Rolling Stones for as much as $300 per ticket, you know you're going to hear many of their hit songs. The same...