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Limited Pale Green Vinyl 7” (500 copies). Indiepop institution Fortuna Pop quit the scene last year amid much gnashing of teeth from discerning music fans, going out in a blaze of glory with 5 days of sold out London shows by artists spanning their 27 year tenure, before label owner Sean Price fled Brexit Britain for a new life in Japan.
That would have been it for Fortuna Pop, were it not for the label’s Jukebox 45s Singles Club. With one final single still owed to subscribers, Price saw the opportunity to do something special for what would be the very last release on the label. Taking one of the label’s best-loved releases, Comet Gain’s classic 2001 single "You Can Hide Your Love Forever", as his starting point, contributions were solicited from Fortuna Pop bands past and present for a Band Aid-style cover version.