I saw this sentence "You won’t be losing that record anytime soon." and I am wondering what does that mean and why the use of future continuous? Is it limited in time?
It is an ad for a new LP vinyl release. The band called xxxx is going to have an old LP rereleased. I think this is a comment or an ad for it to let us know it is happening soon.
Does it mean "you'd better buy because it won't last long” or “it is so good that you should buy it"? And why not using the present continuous if the release is very soon?