The Beatles For Sale — On 9 Major Streaming Services Christmas Eve

December 23, 2015, 3:33 PM UTC
Citigroup Takes Control of EMI Group Ltd
A vinyl LP for "Help" by The Beatles, a band signed to the EMI music label, sits on display at a record store in London, U.K., on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. EMI Group Ltd., seized by Citigroup Inc. after breaching loan covenants, may fetch about $2 billion in a sale, according to Needham & Co., narrowly covering its $1.94 billion debt. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Photograph by Chris Ratcliffe — Bloomberg via Getty Images

Christmas Time is here again and now you can celebrate with The Beatles.

The iconic British rock band’s songs will finally be available across nine major streaming services starting at midnight on Dec. 24 just in time for Christmas Eve, according to the group’s website. Until recently, The Beatles music has been sold exclusively on CDs, cassette tapes, and records — even though their music has endured well into the digital age and no one knows what an 8-track is anymore.

The Fab Four‘s albums first became available on Apple’s(AAPL) iTunes service in 2010 and sold more than 2 million songs in their first week. Now you’ll be able to find them on Apple Music, Spotify (SPOTIFY), Google Play (GOOGL), Tidal, Amazon Prime (AMZN), Slacker, Groove, Rhapsody, and Deezer.

Beatles drummer Ringo Starr announced the news via Twitter (TWTR) on Wednesday.

And excited fans responded almost immediately.

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