Why Don’t We Do It in the Cloud?: Beatles arrive on nearly every streaming service

Why Don't We Do It in the Cloud?: Beatles arrive on nearly every streaming service
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More than five years after first arriving on the internet by way of iTunes and more than fifteen after first arriving on your Diamond Rio by way of Napster, The Beatles are finally hitching their wagon to this whole “cloud” thing and streaming on the music services you’ve heard of and a bunch more that you haven’t. (TIL Rhapsody still exists and Microsoft has something called “Groove.”)

Honestly, I don’t really need to write this, since you’ll probably see this news everywhere today as writers like me fall all over ourselves to be the first to market with what we consider clever wordplay on Beatles lyrics.

Here’s the full list of nine services to which you might want to get a year’s subscription as a last-minute Christmas present for your dad or younger sibling. Streaming begins tomorrow, December 24.

  • Apple Music
  • Deezer
  • Google Play
  • Microsoft Groove
  • Amazon Prime
  • Rhapsody
  • Spotify
  • Slacker
  • Tidal

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