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70 – Thursday 11 March 2010 : Pink Floyd v EMI

In bits and pieces, legal on March 11, 2010 by Gabor Tagged: ,

Pink Floyd have taken EMI to Court, and won, in a claim to prevent digital sales of their music in anything other than full album form.  In othger words, EMI may not sell individual tracks through online means such as iTunes or Amazon.

Back in 1967 the band’s contract with EMI contained a clause “to preserve the artistic integrity of the albums”, and this has been held to apply in the digital era.

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