Rock legends Led Zeppelin will make their complete back catalogue available for digital download in a bid to crack the online music market. The band are one of the last major acts to embrace the digital market but are now prepared to release classic hits like Whole Lotta Love online. Guitarist Jimmy Page says, "The addition of the digital option will better enable fans to obtain our music in whichever manner they prefer." The online release on 13 November (07) will coincide with Led Zeppelin's reunion gig at the end of November (26Nov07) - when the surviving members of the band reform for a one-off London show. Warner Music Group chairman Edgar Bronfman Jr described the band's catalogue as a "highly anticipated and essential addition to the world's leading digital music services".