Led Zeppelin has announced plans to make music from the band available online from mid-November.
The band are another of digital music's final holdouts. Beginning 13 November, the band's original albums will be available for full-album or a la carte download from all online music retailers.
A dozen albums are being made available: Led Zeppelin; Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin III, Untitled Fourth Album, Houses of the Holy, Physical Graffiti, Presence, The Song Remains the Same, In Through The Out Door, Coda, How The West Was Won, and Mothership.
These releases, together with various retrospective collections, have sold over 300 million albums worldwide.
"We are pleased that the complete Led Zeppelin catalogue will now be available digitally," said Jimmy Page. "The addition of the digital option will better enable fans to obtain our music in whichever manner that they prefer."
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group said: "In their 12 years together, Zeppelin created one of the most powerful, influential, and timeless bodies of work in the history of modern music. They not only enjoyed enormous commercial success, but their ground-breaking musical innovation transformed the cultural landscape. We have been planning for this landmark day for a long time, and we look forward to expanding Led Zeppelin's presence across a full array of digital platforms."
The September 12 announcement that the band would reunite for a one-off concert in honour of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun created unprecedented demand as over a million fans attempted to apply for one of the 10,000 tickets available for the band's first concert in 19 years at London's O2 Arena on 26 November.