Make the Circus Bonus Tracks available to the general population for the 10th Anniversary
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Dear Britney Spears (and whomever has worked with or represents her),
I'm not a fan of YouTube to MP3 Converters Andrea I'm positive that you aren't either. I also neither live in France (most of your fans don't) and I didn't preorder Circus from French Amazon, as a result it's impossible for me to acquire the track "Trouble". The tracks "Rockboy" and "Quicksand" also no longer exist on iTunes and are again as a result impossible to acquire.
This is very frustrating for fans of your music (especially collectors and completionists). The files already exist on iTunes as they were previously there (and I doubt that a lot of effort would be required to add it). The 10th Anniversary of Circus' debut is on the 28th of November 2018 and this would be the perfect excuse to rerelease (or simply add the missing tracks to the already existing editions of the album) the tracks for the majority of your fans onto iTunes (there would be no complaints if physical copies were also made available). I am fortunate in the way that I came across the United Kingdom and Japan exclusive Deluxe Edition and could acquire "Amnesia", "Rock Me In" and "Phonography". After discovering the tracks were unobtainable I looked them up only to discover that they were even better than the majority of the tracks that were already included in a truly spectacular album, so it's a great shame that most people will never get to hear these songs.
In conclusion, the occasion is there, the tracks are (or previously were available on iTunes) and the desire from fans is without a doubt there. I personally cannot see any issue with a rerelease of this commercially successful, critically praised and fan adored album. Please consider this.
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