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Former Location –
After leaving Buddah Records in 1973, Neil Bogart started Casablanca Records with help from Warner Brothers who owned the rights to the name.

The label released hits by Kiss, Donna Summer, Cher, The Village People, and Parliament featuring George Clinton.

The label was shut down eventually with the artist roster and catalog absorbed into Mercury Records.

Notable Recordings made by Casablanca Records:

Hotter Than Hell by Kiss
Dressed To Kill by Kiss
Destroyer by Kiss
Rock And Roll Over by Kiss
Love Gun by Kiss
Chocolate City by Parliament
Mothership Connection by Parliament
Go West by Village People
Bad Girls by Donna Summer
Rising by Dr. Hook
Tales Of Mystery And Imagination by The Alan Parsons Project

Casablanca Records
8255 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood CA 90068