Spotify users now have a chance to get the Led out. Starting today, the Led Zeppelin catalogue will be unveiled on the streaming service a few albums at a time. The band’s first two albums, Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin II, are available to stream on Spotify right now.
Led Zeppelin’s other albums will be put on the service at midnight (local time) over the next few days. The release schedule is as follows:
– December 12th: Led Zeppelin III and Led Zeppelin IV/Untitled/Zoso
– December 13th: Houses Of The Holy and Physical Graffiti
– December 14th: Presence and In Through The Out Door
– December 15th: Coda, The Song Remains The Same, BBC Sessions, How The West Was Won, Mothership, and Celebration Day
The move is a surprising one from the band, who had previously been reluctant to allow their music to be streamed through services like Google Play or iTunes Radio. Zeppelin’s Spotify deal leaves the Beatles as the last major holdout for music streaming.