Dear Valued Vinyl Collectors,
"Vinyl is, and always will be, dear to our hearts but with each passing day more vinyl consumers are dropping off radar."
We regret to inform that the vinyl pressing offer presented with "The Six Dollar Man" digital album release has not met its minimum requirement to warrant vinyl pressing. Our efforts to sustain the relativity of record pressing goes above and beyond as demonstrated by our marketing and promotion strategies. The creative team at Debonaire Records forges concepts to grant DJ's and vinyl collectors their wishes though it is not matched with equal enthusiasm thus illustrating the lack of interest in a vinyl medium at this time.
As a result of the release of "The Six Dollar Man" album, we have conducted our own market research and have concluded that the cost to benefit ratio of manufacturing records for a handful of collectors is not plausible for this release. Although disappointing for us, and for those customers that pre-ordered, this announcement does not dampen "The Six Dollar Man" album release which has surprisingly surpassed our expectations. We have witnessed an increase in digital interest in comparison to previous releases in part due to the prevalence and accessibility of music-enabled smartphones and streaming entertainment services. Digital content continues to gain strength in many new countries. This is good news and will assert future releases from Debonaire Records.
We thank all of you who support Debonaire Records and its artists. We look forward to the next episode.
The Debonaire Records Team