Spotify adds 120,000 new tracks to online catalogue

Plus Graham Coxon's new album 'The Spinning Top' is available on the service too

Spotify has added over 120,000 tracks to its library, after signing a deal with independent digital distribution giant Zebralution.

As a result of the move, 127,578 tracks have been added to Spotify in what has been called the the biggest update since the application launched last October, according to the Spotify blog.

The deal sees acts from labels including Ministry of Sound, Century Media, Get Physical, Superstar, Colosseum, Pavement and Peppermint Jam added to the catalogue.


Graham Coxon‘s new album ‘The Spinning Top’ has also been included in the latest update of the service.

In January, Spotify was forced to remove a number of songs from its catalogue due to terms stipulated by record companies regarding the availability of tracks in other countries, plus the wishes of musicians who didn’t want their music available on the service.

Last week (May 8), Spotify was rumoured to be launching a new service allowing users to download and keep tracks for a monthly fee.


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