While their catalogue have been available in the digital realms for quite some time via iTunes, Led Zeppelin have never embraced streaming music services. That is until now, as Spotify have announced that songs by the legendary rock gods are now available through the world famous music streaming service.
Apparently, the deal is exclusive to Spotify which is definitely a significant achievement for the company and should strengthen Spotify’s foothold in the market even further. Starting from this week onwards, the company will be releasing two album per day on their platform starting with the band’s self-titled debut album and its follow-up, the Led Zeppelin II.
Now that we already able to stream Led Zeppelin music, I hope The Beatles and AC/DC would consider doing the same too. It will be a glorious day when that happens.