October 15, 2007 5:35 AM PDT

Led Zeppelin gives in to digital sales

Led Zeppelin gives in to digital sales
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Band's decision coincides with the end of a fierce bidding war over the rights to administer its catalog of songs.
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The Mighty Led Zeppelin: Transcending generations with brilliant music.
The spectacular catalogue of music from what remains the greatest rock band that ever stepped on a stage, Led Zeppelin, is still the standard by which all other great rock music is judged. If the gods of rock, Led Zeppelin, are joined by the greatest pop-rock band, The Beatles, the digital age will have captured the two greatest bands in music history.
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