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"Love Train" is a song by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff that was a hit record for The O'Jays. Released in 1973, it reached number one on both the R&B Singles and the Billboard Hot 100 charts[1] and was certified gold by the RIAA. It was The O'Jays' first and only number-one record on the U.S. pop chart. The song's lyrics of unity mention a number of countries, including England, Russia, China, Egypt and Israel, as well as the continent of Africa.

Besides its release as a single, "Love Train" was the last song on The O'Jays' album Back Stabbers and was covered by The Supremes before the departure of Jean Terrell, their early 70's lead singer.

The song has been used in a series of advertisements for Coors Light beer. It was on the soundtrack to the film, Hitch. The song was played at the 2008 Democratic National Convention to celebrate unity after Senator Hillary Clinton threw her support to Senator Barack Obama.

Blues artist Keb' Mo' covered this song on his 2001 album, Big Wide Grin.

The Rolling Stones covered "Love Train" on their 2004 DVD called Four Flicks, as well as Tommy Lee for the Final Destination 3 soundtrack.

Rod Stewart covered "Love Train" on its 2009 soul tribute CD called Soulbook.

The Wiggles covered this song on their album, Racing to the Rainbow.

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