I noticed a while ago that Pink Floyd is available on iTunes. IIRC they weren't before, but they are now. And since they are signed up with Emi, their songs are iTunes Plus-tracks. So I went ahead and bought "Wish you were here". Yesterday I decided that it's time to make another purchase: "The dark side of the moon". And here's where it gets irritating/interesting: iTunes has all Pink Floyd albums available for purchase. Except TDSOTM. Sure, it's there, but it's a "partial album". It's missing two tracks ("Great gig in the sky" and "Us and them")! And not only that, you can't actually buy the album! What you CAN do is to buy individual tracks for 1,29 a piece (except the two missing tracks). Why do they have the album listed in ITMS if you can't actually buy it? Seriously: What is this crap?! they have every single Pink Floyd album in there for sale, EXCEPT their most famous one? Sure, you could buy the individual songs, but even then you would be missing two tracks, and you would have to pay more. Why are they doing this? Honest question: how does this benefit me, the consumer? What am I going to do now? I'll march to my local library, loan the CD and rip it to my computer. And I WAS willing to buy it! I wanted to buy it! But Apple and/or Emi decided that "No, you can't buy it, because we decided to screw you over".