"First off, it's 2 million, not 20 million that Berry wants."
Oh, well, that's much better!
"There is no obligation in copyright to share, any more than there is an obligation to share your house with anyone who might show up looking for a place to sleep at a reasonable price."
Analogy fail: real property =/= imaginary property (hint: that's why it's called imaginary property, because it's not real. But you either already know this and choose to ignore it or you are incredibly thick.)
"The labels tend to be creative with the books so that there is hardly anything left to distribute for royalties. They also tend to classify things that may not have been covered in the original contract however they feel is in their favor. I doubt that digital downloads were covered much in the Def Leppard's original contract."
I realize you're being polite, but 'tend to' really should be replaced with 'in the majority of cases' or something along those lines. :)