The Beatles are notoriously stubborn. You might remember it took them years to even make their songs available on iTunes. But now, long after after other legacy acts have dove into streaming, the Fab Four's back catalog is finally available to stream online, The Guardian reports.
The Beatles' music is now available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Tidal, Rhapsody, Slacker, Deezer, and Microsoft Groove. According to the band's official website, streaming became available at 12:01 AM local time, wherever you were, on December 24. You can also track where in the world streaming is available on thebeatles.com. A little animated globe shows a ray of yellow light in the parts of the world where you can listen to "Yellow Submarine" on demand, for instance. It's a tad overdramatic, but it's still fun.
The band's 13 studio albums and four greatest-hits compilations are all available to stream. On Spotify, the band already has more than one million people "following" them, and a handful of tracks already on the site get streamed hundreds of thousands of times every month.
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