Warner Music Group has sent a notice of termination to the recently launched DRM-free music service AnywhereCD.

The service, which was formed by Michael Robertson, founder of the original MP3.com, is stocked with music from a variety of labels including ones under the Warner Music Group umbrella, as well as several indie labels like SubPop and Roadrunner Records.

"AnywhereCD is selling Warner Music Group content in a manner that flagrantly violates the terms of our agreement," says a WMG representative. "Accordingly, we have sent them a notice of termination and they are required to immediately remove all of our content from their site."

The service sells full albums only, not individual tracks. Once purchased, the album is stored in an online digital locker, from which buyers can download their music. Those buying digital albums from the service can also receive the physical CD in the mail for a slightly higher price.

The company would not discuss the terms of its licensing deals.