My initial reaction to this was " mistakenly mis-priced"? My fat hairy arse it was, you lying thieving gits. Much as many of the comments I've read so far....
then, after the brief glow of righteous indignation had faded it does occur to me,
it's not an essential good. You do not require a Whitney album to survive. It is discretionary and a luxury item.
Companies exist to do business and make profit, and if the sheeple in their faux grief at the loss of an alleged lesbian drug addled singer are prepared to pay then why shouldn't a company take that market on? After all they are not a charity.
Should we also cap prices on fleabay of people clearing out whitney tat from their attics? where's the difference?
Ultimately they can put any price they like on a good or service. No-one is forced to buy it.