Led Zeppelin have joined the Spotify music-streaming party after handing over their impressive back catalogue to website boss Daniel Ek.

Ek made the big announcement at a press conference in New York City, insisting Led Zeppelin were one of the last major hold-outs to sign up for the streaming service.

The band released its catalogue on iTunes in 2007, but Robert Plant and company have remained extremely wary of streaming services.

The albums Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin Ii were made available on Wednesday (11Dec13), while the rest of the group's album will be ready for streaming by the end of the week (15Dec13).