Pink Floyd has fought hard against the digital age of music. They sued EMI in 2010 when the label allowed individual tracks rather than entire albums to be sold on iTunes, but lost. According to Mashable, Spotify signed a deal with EMI for the the rights to stream its catalogue of artsits. However, Pink Floyd held out, and their works were left off of the streaming service.
But now, they may be ready to join the digital age for good. Pink Floyd has agreed to allow their entire catalogue of music to be streamed on Spotify under one condition, which they revealed on Twitter.
— Pink Floyd (@pinkfloyd) June 13, 2013
So, if "Wish You Were Here" reaches one million streams, Pink Floyd will unlock the rest of their work. Do your part on Spotify now.