All of Pink Floyd's post-"Dark Side of the Moon" albums have vanished from iTunes, due to the due to the group’s contract with EMI that covered those works, which ended on June 30, according to the "Associated Press" (http://macosg.me/2/pw).
The physical copies of those albums are still available on CD, but only because EMI has a stock of those recordings that it can still sell, the article adds. However, if Pink Floyd doesn’t sign with another distributor (or re-sign with EMI), their latter-day albums could become rare. The earlier works, from Piper at the Gates of Dawn through Dark Side are part of a different contract and remain available on CD or as digital downloads, notes the "AP."| Read more »