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Pink Floyd gets win over EMI

STONE-WALL-ED: Britain's High Court has ordered EMI to stop selling a la carte downloads of Pink Floyd tracks rather than as part of their albums, says the Wall Street Journal in a news alert. Judge Andrew Morritt backed the band’s contention that its contract prohibited selling unbundled tracks, explaining that the contract protected "the artistic integrity of the albums." By extension, the ruling will likely have the crew at the iTunes Store jumping through hoops in an effort to comply. (3/11a)

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