Popular music streaming service have earlier today added the Led Zeppelin back catalogue to the service earlier today after a new deal was struck.
This deal marks the first time that the legendary rock group have allowed their music to be made available on the music streaming service used by millions daily.
Spotify made the announcement at a news conference in Manhattan earlier today (11th November) and on their blog revealed that they’ll be releasing two albums per day this week.
The first two albums added are ‘Led Zeppelin’ and its follow up ‘Led Zeppelin II’ and Spotify have said that come this Sunday (15th December) the full back catalogue will be available.
The full release schedule for those Led Zeppelin fans out there looks something like this:
Wednesday 11th December
– Led Zeppelin (1969) and Led Zeppelin II (1969)
Thursday 12th December
– Led Zeppelin III (1970) and untitled fourth album (1971)
Friday 13th December
– Houses Of The Holy (1973) and Physical Graffiti (1975)
Saturday, 14th December
– Presence (1976) and In Through the Out Door (1979)
Sunday, 15th December
– The Song Remains the Same (1976), Coda (1982), How the West Was Won (2003), Mothership (2007), and Celebration Day (2012)
— Spotify (@Spotify) December 11, 2013
On the official Spotify blog the company said:
We’re very, very excited to announce that Led Zeppelin is now streaming exclusively on Spotify!
Nearly 45 years after the release ofLed Zeppelin – the astonishing debut that catapulted the band to rock superstardom – Led Zeppelin’s legendary catalog is now available to stream on demand for the first time ever, only on Spotify.
We’re releasing two albums per day this week, starting today with Led Zeppelin and its almighty follow up,Led Zeppelin II. By Sunday, December 15, the full Led Zeppelin album catalog will be available to play as often as you like. Follow Led Zeppelin on Spotify now and we’ll let you know as soon as the next albums drop.
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While you’re here why not have a listen to Led Zeppelin in action as they perform their hit ‘Moby Dick’.