Some editions of Robert Plant’s new album with Alison Krauss have been delayed

Raise the Roof Robert Plant Alison Krauss

Some limited edition vinyl versions of Robert Plant’s upcoming second album with Alison Krauss have been delayed to December 3 from the planned release date of November 19, LedZepNews has learned.

Certain limited vinyl editions of “Raise The Roof” will now be released on December 3, presumably due to capacity issues in the vinyl record supply chain which have been reported on by The New York Times.

“Raise The Roof” will still be released on November 19 in standard and digital formats, but customers who ordered some more exclusive vinyl editions will have to wait until December 3.

Standard and deluxe CD editions of “Raise The Roof” are seemingly unaffected by the delay.

In case you’re wondering what’s causing vinyl record supply issues, Adele’s new album “30” may or may not be the issue. Variety reported that more than 500,000 vinyl copies of the album have been pressed which could have caused the backlog. But industry insiders told NME that it’s a far more complicated problem.

Here’s our breakdown of the delayed editions of “Raise The Roof” – read on to discover which versions have been pushed back.

Delayed editions

Non-delayed editions


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