AC/DC To Release Entire Catalogue On Streaming Services | Music News


AC/DC are set to release their catalogue of music via streaming services from tomorrow, The New York Times reports, The band have been incredibly hesitant with releasing their music digitally and their albums came to iTunes in 2012 which was almost a decade after Apple launched it. The Times reports that AC/DC will make their albums available via Apple Music, Spotify and Rdio. There has been controversy over releasing music to companies in the past, with the likes of Pink Floyd and Led Zepplin also waiting until 2013 to release their catalogue.



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