For years, Led Zeppelin failed to succumb to technological pressures. The three remaining band members refused to license their music to online retailers, creating a Misty Mountain hole in the iTunes catalog. This void will soon be no more, though, as the hard-rocking trio have decided to end their elongated hold out and embrace the twenty-first century.

According to E!, the Rock N Roll pioneers will make their entire catalog available beginning next month. It’s about time. I’m not much for purchasing music online, but the rest of my generation seems to embrace it. Hopefully, this easy availability will enlighten a few idiot teenagers to their greatness, altering their taste away from the recycled garbage known as today’s pop scene.

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