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Led Zeppelin finally accepts streaming, exclusively on Spotify

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 11 Dec 2013 10:56 User comments (1)

Led Zeppelin finally accepts streaming, exclusively on Spotify Led Zeppelin, one of the most celebrated rock bands of all-time, has finally embraced the streaming model, making their tracks available on Spotify.
The band had made their music available for digital purchase via iTunes, Google Music, and Amazon since last year but had so far rejected on-demand streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, iTunes Radio and others. Curiously, the music has been available on Pandora, however.

According to reports, the band's management has been negotiating with streaming services since at least January, with Spotify clearly the highest bidder.


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113.12.2013 15:27

Guess this means Spotify has sorta achieved a "House of the Holy" status....

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