09.19.2003 Dengue Fever perform live.

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Fred hosts this one, solo.

A relatively early performance by Cambodian pop superstars Dengue Fever. Pretty awesome all-Khmer performance by the band, which incidentally consists of members of Brazzaville and the Radar Brothers. Makes one nostalgic for Los Angeles in 2003. Or maybe Phnom Penh in 1966. Hard to decide.

The band challenges KXLU’s audience to name the three countries that border Cambodia in order to win a free CD.

Here’s a music video for Sni Bong.

Demolisten Playlist

September 19, 2003 KXLU 88.9 FM Los Angeles 6-8 pm PST

Chris Checkman “Demolisten Intro”

1. Whiskey Biscuit – No More War on the Poor
2. Ethan Gold – Armageddon
3. Green and Yellow TV – Empire
4. Change Incorporated – King George


Fred refers to “a place called the Echo, in Echo Park” where Whiskey Biscuit was playing. Laments the fact the he wasn’t allowed to put the moves on their girlfriends.

5. Creekbird – My Butterly
6. Gliss – Sticks and Stones
7. 20D Batteries – Feckweed
8. F – Hinterland


9. Stereo Salesmen – Ray Gun
10. Nora Keyes – ________
11. The Blood Arm – _______


Dios (Malos) – Wendy
Art Paul Schlosser – Cheap Romance
TEE-M – Hallucination

DENGUE FEVER perform Live!

Fred interviews the band. They explain to him how they met in Long Beach and recruited Chhom Nimol. The story includes tales of the band crying together, Chhom’s apprehension regarding the rest of the band and how their songwriting process involves beat-boxing and covering of obscure Cambodian pop songs.

Dengue Fever continue to perform.

Fred thanks International Voice of Reason for engineering the show.


~ by lawyerjed on September 19, 2003.

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