According to Billboard: Rolling Stones Roll Out DRM-Free Albums.
London-based 7digital has become the first digital media delivery company to make available EMI’s Rolling Stones catalog as DRM-free MP3s.
The 24 albums are delivered at the high-quality 320 kbps rate, and for the next four weeks will exclusively retail at 7digital.com at a special price point of £5.49 each ($11). After the promotion expires, the albums will cost £7.99 ($16) to download.
EMI owns all of the studio and live albums since 1971. Highlights include:
They even allow you to pay with PayPal and there appears to be no restrictions against foreigners. I might actually purchase something!
Update: Wal-Mart, too, at 94 cents per track or $9.22 per album.