Los Angeles – Independent recording artist Amanda Palmer sold
$15,000 worth of music and merchandise in 90 seconds on Tuesday via DIY Web
store Bandcamp, Billboard reported. Palmer, who also plays in indie duo the
Dresden Dolls, sold 4,000 copies of a digital EP entitled, "Amanda Palmer
Performs the Popular Hits of Radiohead on her Magical Ukelele."
also sold out of 1,000 limited edition vinyl LPs, and sold 450 bundles that
included the album on vinyl, a t-shirt and button, as well as 100 bundles that came
with a t-shirt and a hand-painted ukelele.
On its own, consumers are asked to
pay 84 cents for the digital EP, but can offer more if they wish.
takes a 15% commission on digital sales and a 10% cut on sales of physical items.