Monday, October 15, 2007

Led Zeppelin Goes Digital

One of the last digital holdouts, Led Zeppelin, is finally coming into the 21st Century when their entire catalog will be made available on all the major online music download services on November 13, a date which coincides with the release of their 2-disc compilation, Mothership.

A week later a remastered version of the soundtrack to The Song Remains the Same will come out with 6 songs that weren’t on the original record.

Going full bore into the digital revolution, Zeppelin ringtones and downloads will be available via Verizon.

With this release, one of the few other major catalogs that remains legally unavailable online is that of the Beatles (and rumors abound that those classic albums will be available online in the near future.)


1 comment:

Dawn said...

Cool.... I just love LZ.