The list of subscription service holdouts got shorter when the Eagles' catalog -- all remastered -- was finally added to services like Spotify, Rhapsody and Google Play Music All Access. The legendary group had been in the company of the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Garth Brooks as the most notable acts whose music wasn't yet available at the services many people consider to be the future of music listening.

"It was time," Eagles manager Irving Azoff says. "We don't make enough money on downloads to matter. It's good for our fans and makes them more responsive at the live shows."

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