By Amanda Taylor
June 14, 2013 at 11:33 PM EDT
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Pink Floyd are not digging the digital age of music, but they have begrudgingly agreed to share their entire catalog on Spotify – for a price.

The rockers tweeted Thursday that once their 1975 hit “Wish You Were Here” reaches 1 million streams, they will release the remainder of their music on the streaming service. Check out their tweet below:

Although Spotify signed a deal with EMI Records (which holds Pink Floyd’s music) in 2011, the rock group was not included. In 2010, Pink Floyd sued EMI for allowing iTunes downloads of single songs instead of the full album.

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