Radiohead Tickets Sold Out in Minutes & Everyone Is Mad -- Including Thom Yorke

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Thom Yorke performs during Day 3 of the 2013 Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on Oct. 6, 2013 in Austin, Texas. 

When Radiohead announced a slew of tour dates earlier this week, fans everywhere set an alarm on their phone for Friday (March 18), when a majority of tickets were set to go on sale.

However, within just minutes of being released, tickets at every headline show were sold out -- and even Thom Yorke was mad.

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Following the quick sellout, the Radiohead frontman took to his personal Twitter to express his anger with the process. "I'm as f---ed off as you are," Yorke wrote, "and am only human." 

Tickets sold out so quickly that even Alt J drummer Thom Green couldn't score a pair upon release.

Although it is inevitable that fans turn to secondary sites like StubHub for tickets, the band is adamant that fans double-check the rules of the venue before buying a ticket online.

The band warned on Twitter: "MANY OF THE TICKETS WILL BE NAMED & STRINGENT ID CHECKS WILL BE IN PLACE; YOU RISK BEING REFUSED ENTRY TO THE VENUE." 

As of now, the cheapest tickets on StubHub for a larger venue like Madison Square Garden start at $180, a hefty markup from the $80 the venue charged.

In London, where there were fewer than 10,000 tickets available total for three shows, £65 tickets are showing up on the secondary market for as much as £1,400, The Telegraph reports.