Some of Pink Floyd's most famous albums have disappeared from the internet after a distribution deal with their record label ran out.
The band's works, including The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here and The Final Cut, have been removed from online digital stores due to the expiration of their contract with music giant EMI, which came to an end on 30 June (10).
Representatives for the group are now said to be working on securing a new deal to licence the band's complete back catalogue for internet downloads.
The news comes just months after Pink Floyd won a long running legal battle with EMI, which ended in the record label paying the group a substantial settlement as part of a dispute over online royalty payments. The rockers successfully banned the label from breaking up their albums and selling individual tracks on the internet.