Judge Ruled in Pink Floyd's Favor Again
Rockers Pink Floyd have triumphed over record bosses at EMI after they admitted breaching an agreement with the band to only sell their music as full albums. Label executives had a deal in place with the group that banned them from selling single tracks online or songs as ringtones.
They were found to have violated the order in March and immediately filed an appeal challenging the court's decision. The case went before the Court of Appeal in London on Wednesday, December 15 and officials ruled in Floyd's favor once again, stating the deal was put in place to preserve the band's integrity, reports RockAAA.com.
Most of the band's songs are available for individual purchase on iTunes. But "Time" and "Us and Them" are only available with the purchase of "The Dark Side of the Moon" album.
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