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GABRIEL CATALOG HEADS TO SPOTIFY

Come Friday, Peter Gabriel will no longer be a Spotify hold-out.

His first four self-titled albums, including the German language ein deutsches album and deutsches albumSoUS and UP plus the compilations Shaking the Tree and Hit will go live. It's the first time his full albums have appeared on a  streaming service.

According to Gabriel’s website, “It’s the start of a monthly roll-out of releases which will include the soundtrack albums, the orchestral / song-swap albums, live albums and B-sides and remixes all being made available.”

Now if Pete could give his buddy Robert Fripp a little nudge, the world would be a better place.

 

 

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