Pink Floyd has prevailed over EMI at the UK High Court in an appeal of a lower court's decision that EMI must stop selling individual downloads of the group's songs without permission.

Pink Floyd argued that its 1999 contract with EMI required the label to sell its works only as albums, even in a digital context. On appeal, the justices accepted the lower court judge's opinion that the actual contractual language wasn't "so commercially nonsensical that the parties could not have intended it."

Read the decision here.