Legendary Group’s Entire Discography Offered for Just $99
Apple today announced that a special digital box set containing Led Zeppelin’s entire discography, “The Complete Led Zeppelin,” is now available for pre-order exclusively on the iTunes Store (www.itunes.com). “The Complete Led Zeppelin” is a 165-track collection of all 13 of the legendary group’s albums, including the new career-spanning “Mothership” retrospective, for only $99.
“We’re excited to offer Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog as a special digital box set with this pre-order,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of iTunes. “Now you can get all of the band’s albums with one click for an incredible $99.”
“Led Zeppelin is a band that made albums; each one legendary from start to finish,” said David Dorn, senior vice president of e-Commerce for Rhino Entertainment. “We’re excited to offer this incredible digital boxed set on iTunes, which represents one of the greatest bodies of music ever recorded and should be owned by every rock music fan.”
Led Zeppelin’s “Mothership,” a 24-track collection of the group’s best-known songs, hand-picked by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, is also available today for pre-order. Touching on every studio album, the collection contains defining songs including “Whole Lotta Love,” “Rock and Roll” and “Kashmir.” In addition to “The Complete Led Zeppelin” and “Mothership,” Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog of songs and albums will also be available for individual purchase and download beginning November 13.
Fans who pre-order “The Complete Led Zeppelin” or “Mothership” will be automatically entered to win the chance to see the band’s reunion performance at London’s O2 Arena on November 26 as part of the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute. The winners will receive two tickets to the show, round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations.*
For more info on Led Zeppelin visit www.ledzeppelin.com.
* No purchase necessary. Must be above 13 years and US resident. See www.apple.com/legal/itunes/us/ledz for Official Rules.
** Based on data from market research firm the NPD Group’s MusicWatch survey that captures consumer reported past week unit purchases equivalized so that one CD equals 12 tracks, excluding wireless transactions.