Dinosaur rock band wins some type of court case

The ancient British band Pink Floyd, which A) is no longer active, B) hasn’t had a hit since the first Reagan administration, and C) hate each other to death, the ones still living, that is- they’ve won a court battle with EMI* that says their songs can’t be sold as digital singles without their permish. They preferred the artsy way- “experience this aural extravaganza as an entire conceptual piece.”  OK, so they didn’t say that.  But that’s what they meant. (Back in the day, we referred to EMI* as “Every Mistake Imaginable.”  Just like MCA was “Musician’s Cemetery of America.”)