Rdio Adds Paul McCartney Classics and the Century Media Records Catalog To Its Selection of Over 18 Million Songs

Rdio, the on-demand music streaming service from the founders of Skype, has announced exciting new additions to its selection of over 18 million songs with the recent inclusion of career-spanning albums from legendary singer/songwriter Paul McCartney and a catalog of metal and hard rock heavyweights from the Century Media Records roster including Lacuna Coil, Shadows Fall and many more.

PAUL McCARTNEY: Macca fans rejoice — Paul McCartney is on Rdio! As one of the most successful songwriters in history, the former Beatle has been a prolific force over the last forty years, never taking more than four years to release an album. Over that time, he’s also recorded with his former band, Wings, his late wife, Linda McCartney, and has dabbled in classical and electronic music.

Beginning October 30, start listening to classic McCartney albums such as McCartney, McCartney II, along with his latest album, February’s Kisses on the Bottom. More albums from the McCartney catalog will be available in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.

CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS: Love music with a little weight? Then you’ve probably already heard of global heavy hitter, Century Media Records — the internationally recognized hard rock, metal, and hardcore label.

The label was founded in Germany in 1988 by Robert Kampf, then the lead singer of thrash outfit Despair. When he self-released the band’s debut album, he set out to give fellow metalheads an opportunity to unleash their sound onto the world. Century Media has since had a hand in making legions of bands household names: Eyehategod, Lacuna Coil, Shadows Fall, Sick of It All, and Napalm Death, just to name a few.

Take a look at Century Media’s entire catalog on Rdio and get your fix of loud anytime, anywhere.

For more information and to sign up, visit www.rdio.com



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