This really made me laugh, although it seems that you are being serious here. Get real. Avex isn't some good personal friend of yours who did some disappointing things to you and is now treating you badly. Avex is a company that sells music. No obligations. They do not need to share their business decisions with you.Jay wrote:What I really love is how Avex refuses to disclose the "circumstances" behind the delay. That's another slap in the face to the fans who want to know what's been going on. Seriously, I've grown so tired with the way Avex have treated us over the past several years that I'm almost ready to call it quits on SEB and the genre all together.
The main reason would be: pay for the music you like. They sell music, you buy music. It's that simple. You don't buy options for future music. Only the music they sell at a certain moment is for sale.Jay wrote:The delay confirmed for me that eurobeat's future is uncertain, and I finally realised that the thousands of dollars I've invested into my collection is making absolutely no difference to the longevity of the genre. That was the sole motivator behind me purchasing SEB albums in the first place (as opposed to pirating them), as I know small genres like eurobeat need all the financial support they can get. If eurobeat's future is so bleak, why should I continue pumping more money into it?
I don't intend to be harsh, but please be a bit more realistic