Hopefully everyone had a great weekend, the weather was amazing here and by the looks of a lot of the people in the office they took full advantage of the sun. And while the nice weather has carried over into the work week we have managed to add 414 albums and singles today, in total 2,295 new tracks are now available.
There are a number of new releases to highlight in this update:
For a full listing of today’s additions please have a look at the Google Doc. As with every update not all albums listed may be available in your country and some tracks previously available may no longer be playable due to regional restrictions.
Last fall, Queen + Paul Rodgers, took the stage in front of 350,000 people for a historic concert. The venue on offer was Ukraine’s massive Freedom Square – a place so big that during World War II it was used to land planes.
Over 10 million people watched, Live In Ukraine, on TV and the entire event was recorded for release on June 15th. Starting today, all Spotify Premium subscribers can pre-listen to the entire album two weeks before it’s release.
Along with the album we have five, limited edition DVD/CD box sets complete with an exclusive concert T-shirt in a tin box. If you’re a Spotify Premium subscriber and interested in winning one of the boxes then leave a comment here on the blog post and we’ll pick five winners.
English rock band Kasabian have been compared to the likes of Primal Scream and taken the British press by storm. Next week they are releasing their latest album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum and starting today Spotify Premium listeners in Sweden and Norway can get chance to hear the full album. Check out the first single, Fire, for a little preview of the release.
The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, is coming to Stockholm this week for a show at Stadion on Friday and Surprise, Surprise, we have two pairs of tickets for Spotify Premium subscribers in Sweden.
To win the tickets you don’t need to be Born In The U.S.A, just leave a comment on this blog post and we’ll pick two winners on Wednesday.