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Casablanca Records is a record label which was started by Neil Bogart, who partnered with Cecil Holmes, in 1973 after both of them left Buddah Records. The label released hits by Donna Summer, KISS, The Four Tops, Cher, Captain & Tennille, Angel, Fanny, The Sylvers, The Hudson Brothers, The Village People, 707, and Parliament featuring George Clinton. Casablanca is now a part of Universal Motown Records Group.




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