Led Zeppelin and The Beatles are widely considered to be two of the best musical acts of the 20th century (sit down Nickleback, nobody's talking about you). So like peanut butter and jelly or cannabis and methamphetamine, they're even better when consumed together.
Spotify is getting an ad-supported mobile version—previously, you had to be a paying subscriber to get mobile access to the service from your iOS or Android phone. Oh, and you're going to get Led Zeppelin! Yes! Finally! Both the new product, and Zeppelin will be available today.
Having previously refused to appear on streaming services, rock legends Led Zeppelin are rumoured to be making their catalog exclusively available for streaming through Spotify later today.
iTunes now has "The Complete Led Zeppelin" available for preorder on iTunes for $99. That's a 165-song collection plus their album "Mothership" for a Benjamin. The whole Led Zeppelin library hits iTunes Nov 13th.
Remember when we told you Led Zeppelin was coming to iTunes in November, but only as a 24-track sampler? Well, that song did not remain the same. Page and Plant (and Jones, if he has a vote) decided that they will release the entire catalog digitally, and not just through iTunes. Starting November 13, all Zep albums…
At long last, Led Zeppelin debuts on iTunes—but not until November 12 (boo). And it looks like we won't be getting the group's full catalog either, at least not at first. Instead we're getting a collection hand-picked by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones dubbed "Mothership." If it's the same as the physical…