Congratulations on Spotify reaching one year in the US but it seems that in the last two weeks, since Spotify reached a year that they are losing the licenses for many songs/albums. For instance they have a huge Johnny Cash catalogue but the album I listen to the most from it "American III Solitary Man" is gone now, and several other songs or albums that I have been listening to are gone. Songs/albums I’ve listened to countless times, but now that the first anniversary of Spotify in the US is up it seems that they no longer have the rights to play them in the US. As a PAYING customer in the US who for several months thought Spotify was a great deal, I need to know that this is going to be rectified.
Until the last two weeks I’ve recommended the Spotify pay service to friends but if you’re losing licenses to songs/albums at this rate then I am concerned about whether, a service I have genuinely enjoyed, will continue to be worth it.
I hope to get a response for an official employ reassuring me that this will not continue.
P.S. By the way when I hit your sight's spellcheck it didn't recognise "Spotify" you're own companies name as a word. You've been around in the US therefore in English for a year surely you're been told many times that "Spotify" is not in your spellcheck dictionary, how is it not fixed yet?