I went on to the Music app on my phone to look for an album I had purchased years ago—the Star Wars soundtrack for The Empire Strikes back. I’m scrolling through the albums in my “purchased” library and there is the album, but once I click it there are only two tracks listed out of the entire album. So, I do a bit of research and go onto iTunes to search for the album and see how it comes up there. Low and behold, the album is gone, not sold on iTunes anymore, and it’s been replaced by some re-recorded version not anywhere near as good as the original. I also notice that this has happened for all of the “Star Wars” movie soundtracks, the albums I bought years ago are no longer on the store and all of the tracks have been erased from my library, occasionally one or two replaced by a crappy re-recording. How can Apple rescind music that I purchased and OWNED just because the record company decided to stop listing it on the store?