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Stairway to iTunes

Whether you've been seeking to upgrade your collection digitally, fill in some gaps or add some previously unavailable titles to it, there's good news for fans of Led Zeppelin and related projects. For one week only, the entire Led Zeppelin catalog is on sale at iTunes, starting at $6.99 per album.

Additionally, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's post-Zep endeavors No Quarter and Walking Into Clarksdale are available digitally for the first time, something that appears to be an iTunes exclusive at least for the moment.

"Most High" from Walking Into Clarksdale has been a jam heard in recent times here in the ATV hallways, so we're happy to see those two Page/Plant albums get some digital love. Hopefully we'll be able to stream those albums soon as well via fine streaming providers such as Rdio, MOG, etc. etc. etc.