Robert Plant announced last week that he will release a new limited edition vinyl remaster of his 1993 solo album “Fate of Nations” for Record Store Day on April 13.
The new remaster of the album will be limited to 6,000 copies worldwide and will be pressed on 180g vinyl.
The US Record Store Day website lists just 1,000 copies being made available there.
The listing for the release on the official Record Store Day website gives more information about the album’s packaging:
“This special limited edition 180gm black vinyl of Fate of Nations is being re-issued on Robert Plant’s own record label Es Paranza around Earth Day. All profits from the sale of this record will be given to Robert Plant’s nominated Environmental charity. The album title and the artwork of the original 1993 is focussed on the impacts of geo-politics and globalisation on the earth / Robert’s environmental concerns. The outer sleeve will be high end matt soft pack, whilst the inner sleeve will be printed on ethically sourced material and feature updated artwork (Environmental facts from 1993 compared to today’s data) This album has not been available on vinyl for 30 years (since the 90’s).”
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