You can find out who our CEO is right here. However, it's not a matter of personal taste. There are some reasons relating to those two bands not being available on Spotify at the moment, and you can find a little more information about that right here.
For some acts, their suspicion may be based more on the linkage between low royalties from ad-funded streaming and otherwise acceptable rates from premium services. “In 2007/08, Pink Floyd were on every single ad-funded stream service going,” band manager Paul Loasby told the MusicTank seminar. “We did 14 million streams. Of those, we earned just over five figures. “When it came to renewing our deal with EMI, we decided we did not want to go with ad-funded but agreed to go on subscription ones (only). But, when we went to Spotify’s office in 2010, we were declined – it was all or nothing.”
I have no idea why pink Floyd is not on spotify but for some reason they are on deezer,
i am listing to the dark side of the moon as i write this 🙂
there has to be a reason and spotify instead of waiting for the content being added should ghet in touch with the record copmpany and sort out whatever problem is stopping them from adding their music to spotify as the fact they are in deezer speaks volumes..
I would still urge you (Spotify) to add the missing artists (with no content obviously) so we can follow them...and so follow them through the announcements should they ever decide to come over here....