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'''Fever 105''' is a [[Radio Stations in GTA Vice City|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], hosted by [[Oliver Biscuit|Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit]] (voiced by [[Julius Dyson]]). The station plays a mix of disco, soul and R&B. Fever 105 is one of two preferred radio stations tuned in by the [[Haitians|Haitian]] gang, which can be heard after the player carjacks their gang vehicle, the [[Voodoo]]. The station is also the default radio station set when the player enters [[Lance Vance|Lance Vance's]] white Infernus sports car. An album of songs from the station is available separately or as part of the Vice City soundtrack box set.
 
'''Fever 105''' is a [[Radio Stations in GTA Vice City|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], hosted by [[Oliver Biscuit|Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit]] (voiced by [[Julius Dyson]]). The station plays a mix of disco, soul and R&B. Fever 105 is one of two preferred radio stations tuned in by the [[Haitians|Haitian]] gang, which can be heard after the player carjacks their gang vehicle, the [[Voodoo]]. The station is also the default radio station set when the player enters [[Lance Vance|Lance Vance's]] white Infernus sports car. An album of songs from the station is available separately or as part of the Vice City soundtrack box set.
  
In [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], it is heavily implied that Fever used to be the Hip hop/Electro station [[Fresh FM]]. This is further evidenced by the fact that Fresh was broadcasted at the same frequency, and it's DJ, [[Luke]], was having an angry outburst at Biscuit because he had offered to buy the station.
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In [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], it is heavily implied that Fever used to be the Hip hop/Electro station [[Fresh FM]]. This is further evidenced by the fact that Fresh was broadcasted at the same frequency, and its DJ, [[Luke]], was having an angry outburst at Biscuit because he had offered to buy the station.
  
 
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*[[K109 The Studio]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] which plays disco music.
 
*[[K109 The Studio]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] which plays disco music.
  
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Revision as of 07:27, 17 October 2012

Radio Station
Fever 105
Fever105-GTAVC-logo.jpg
The Fever 105 logo.
Genre: Soul
Disco
R&B
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
DJ(s): Oliver "LadyKiller" Biscuit

Fever 105 is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, hosted by Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit (voiced by Julius Dyson). The station plays a mix of disco, soul and R&B. Fever 105 is one of two preferred radio stations tuned in by the Haitian gang, which can be heard after the player carjacks their gang vehicle, the Voodoo. The station is also the default radio station set when the player enters Lance Vance's white Infernus sports car. An album of songs from the station is available separately or as part of the Vice City soundtrack box set.

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, it is heavily implied that Fever used to be the Hip hop/Electro station Fresh FM. This is further evidenced by the fact that Fresh was broadcasted at the same frequency, and its DJ, Luke, was having an angry outburst at Biscuit because he had offered to buy the station.

Playlist

  • The Whispers - "And the Beat Goes On" (1980)
  • Fat Larry's Band - "Act Like You Know" (1982)
  • Oliver Cheatham - "Get Down Saturday Night" (1983)
  • Pointer Sisters - "Automatic" (1983)
  • René & Angela - "I'll Be Good" (1985)
  • Mary Jane Girls - "All Night Long" (1983)
  • Rick James - "Ghetto Life" (1981)
  • Michael Jackson - "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin" (1982)
  • Evelyn King - "Shame" (1978)
  • Teena Marie - "Behind the Groove" (1980)
  • Mtume - "Juicy Fruit" (1982)
  • Kool & the Gang - "Summer Madness" (1975)
  • Indeep - "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" (1982)

See also