Friday, March 12, 2010

PINK FLOYD Win EMI Court Battle

According to The Press Association, PINK FLOYD have won a ruling at the High Court which will bar record company EMI selling single downloads from their concept albums.

The band was apparently successful over a challenge on the level of royalties paid by the record company but this part of the judgment was held in secret.

Chancellor Sir Andrew Morritt accepted arguments by the group that EMI was bound by a contract forbidding it to sell its records other than as complete albums without written consent.


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