Led Zeppelin and Spotify Make a "Whole Lotta Love" with Deal to Stream Albums

Jen Haak

by Jen Haak

Published December 11, 2013


It is an exciting day for Led Zeppelin fans everywhere as well as a milestone for Spotify. "Nearly 45 years after the band’s groundbreaking debut album catapulted them to rock superstardom, Led Zeppelin’s full album catalog is now available to stream on-demand for the first time, exclusively on Spotify,” says the music streaming service.

The collection will gradually be uploaded over the next week, starting today with the band’s first two albums, Led Zeppelin (1969) and Led Zeppelin II (1969). Tomorrow, the band’s next two albums Led Zeppelin III (1970) and Untitled fourth album (1971), will be available for streaming, and each day thereafter Spotify will upload two additional Zeppelin album’s in chronological order until the catalog is complete. Music fanatics should be feeling "a whole lotta love" with the upcoming additions to the 20 million and counting tracks included in the Spotify catalog for free music streaming access.

Stream Led Zeppelin (1969) now on Zumic.

For Led Zeppelin's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.

Source: Spotify
Via: Consequence of Sound

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