Linkin Park and Apple today announced the availability of the entire Linkin Park catalogue on iTunes Music Store.

Albums from the band are available with specially produced digital booklets; they also ship with bonus tracks on each album, one of which has been exclusively released through iTunes.

iTunes will also offer both audio and video downloads of the concerts that are currently available as the Live in Texas and Collision Course CD and DVD releases.

"We were really excited when iTunes told us that we were one of their most requested acts," said Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park. "We will never ignore our fans and the timing seemed right to make our music available, with some special additions."

Linkin Park and producer Rick Rubin are currently working on the band's third full-length studio album, and this month debuted one of their new songs at Summer Sonic in Japan where they headlined two shows for over 85,000 fans. Linkin Park has sold over 37 million records worldwide in five years and is certified platinum in 34 countries.