We posted this a while back too on SAE's news, though we only specified iTunes.
March 29 - Now available on itunes: 12 of the 14 discs of STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION: THE RON JONES PROJECT. Go HERE to sample the itunes track lists, or HERE for the physical box set. It truly is...The Best of Both Worlds!
I didn't realize iTunes was in the business of offering bootlegs for sale.
It's not, but they can't be privy to finding out if evetry single company is telling the truth that they have the rights to release something. It's no different than Tsunami discs at HMV or whatever else people have mention in the past.
Also, eMusic's price is 5.99 per disc. But their bitrate is 220-256 VBR MP3, a slight bit below Amazon's 256 CBR MP3 (and well below iTunes 256 M4A if you believe M4A is inherently better sounding than MP3). And you have to become an eMusic member, which means you commit to spending a certain amount per month there (my membership is $20/month). Their selection is getting better for film scores all the time, but they're REALLY great for classical.