Amy Winehouse unreleased demos might not ever be heard. It turns out, some demos recorded by Amy before her death have been permanently destroyed.  In an interview with "Billboard," Universal Music chairman David Joseph confirms that he (and he alone) was responsible for erasing about 14 songs that were recorded just a few weeks before her sudden death in July of 2011.  Joseph says he got rid of the songs on "moral" grounds, explaining that he did not want to see the unfinished material released for profit.

Should David Joseph made this decision for her fans? Are the fans entitled to hear her music?