Led Zeppelin back catalogue soon to be downloadable

Band to make their albums available online next month

Led Zeppelin back catalogue soon to be downloadable
From November 13, the Led Zeppelin back catalogue – previously unavailable to download – will be made available online through sites such as iTunes.

As is currently the case for The Beatles’ music, Led Zeppelin had not previously allowed their music to be made available for digital purchase but, since the group announced they were to reform for a one-off gig next month, they have made the decision to make their music more widely available.

“We are pleased that the complete Led Zeppelin catalogue will now be available digitally,” said guitarist Jimmy Page. “The addition of the digital option will better enable fans to obtain their music in whichever manner they prefer.”

The band will also make their music available as downloadable ring-tones via a new partnership with communications firm Verizon Wireless.

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