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-'''''World Psychedelic Classics, Vol. 3: Love's a Real Thing''''' is a compilation of [[West Africa]]n music from the seventies. The album was released on [[compact disc]] by [[Luaka Bop]] Records while the [[vinyl record]] was released later by [[Stones Throw]] with a slightly different track listing.+'''Luaka Bop''' is a [[world music]]-oriented [[record label]] established by [[David Byrne (musician)|David Byrne]], former [[guitar]]ist, [[singer-songwriter]] and [[record producer|producer]] of the [[art rock]]-[[new wave music|new wave]] band [[Talking Heads]]. It has been a wholly independent label since leaving V2 in 2006. Previous distribution relationships included [[Warner Bros. Records]] and [[Narada Productions|Narada]]/[[Virgin Records|Virgin]]/[[EMI|EMI Records]].
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-The album appeared at number 49 on the [[Pazz & Jop]] list of 2005.+
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Luaka Bop is a world music-oriented record label established by David Byrne, former guitarist, singer-songwriter and producer of the art rock-new wave band Talking Heads. It has been a wholly independent label since leaving V2 in 2006. Previous distribution relationships included Warner Bros. Records and Narada/Virgin/EMI Records.




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