Music is one of those industries which has seen massive change over the recent years. What was once a standard procedure, head to the shops on release day, pay you money and collect your record or CD, has massively changed with the developments in technology. In fact, it is one of the most rapidly changing industries and even since digital music came about, the evolution has continued. The latest and most up-to-date version of music seems to be the notion of renting music. No longer purchasing (in any format) but instead subscribing to a service which allows you to listen to pretty much anything in their stockpile for a small(ish) monthly fee. In fact, Apple just joined the music subscription party by recently announcing their own Apple Music service in a hope to take on those already making an impact on the market.
That said, not everyone has been happy with the idea of subscription-based music services. In fact, some artists are very much against the principle. Well, one band who had long held out joining the ranks of subscription based services was the Australian Rock group AC/DC. They are attributed with being one of the most famous rock groups in history and have been accredited with selling over 72 million albums in the U.S. alone. As such, the ability to stream their music as part of our regular streaming service will be welcomed by many an AC/DC fan.
Well, on that note, it now looks as though the time has come as it the entire back-catalog of AC/DC is now making its way to various subscription services. Therefore, if you are a Spotify or a Rhapsody subscriber you can head over to your service, queue AC/DC and get their tracks playing. Rhapsody announced their AC/DC availability this morning in a press release (source link below) and confirmed that the entire discography is now available as part of your subscription. So whether you are a heading down a Highway To Hell or just looking to relive Back in Black, then it looks like the time has come. You can read the full Rhapsody press release by clicking the source link below.