Despite criticism over its royalty payments and stiffening competition, Spotify continues to add to its massive catalog of streaming music. A few months back, the platform added Boards of Canada’s elusive discography; now, they’ve struck a deal with Led Zeppelin.
Zeppelin’s full catalog will be available to stream online for the first time, exclusively on Spotify. The band’s first two albums — Led Zeppelin I and II — will be uploaded today with the remaining catalog to be revealed over the coming days. Here’s the full release schedule:
— Wednesday, December 11 – Led Zeppelin (1969) and Led Zeppelin II (1969)
— Thursday, December 12 – Led Zeppelin III (1970) and Untitled fourth album (1971)
— Friday, December 13 – Houses Of The Holy (1973) and Physical Graffiti (1975)
— Saturday, December 14 – Presence (1976) and In Through The Out Door (1979)
— Sunday, December 15 – The Song Remains The Same (1976), Coda (1982), BBC Sessions (1997), How The West Was Won (2003), Mothership (2007), and Celebration Day (2012)
Now that Zeppelin’s on board, The Beatles remain the sole holdout from streaming music services like Spotify. That is, if you don’t count anything involving Thom Yorke.