The Detroit News reports that most of Bob Seger's music catalog is now available online for streaming and downloading. Friday marked the first day that users can get access to 13 of his most beloved albums digitally.

Arguments over royalty fees between Seger management and Capitol Records have finally been resolved. However, the entire Seger catalog is not available. Missing from digital outlets still are "Noah", "Brand New Morning", "Mongrel", "Seven", "Smokin' O.P.'s", and "Back In '72" are missing from the early era. His last three studio LP's are also still excluded: "It's a Mystery", "Face The Promise", and "Ride Out".

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