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LA-based Dengue Fever spreads Cambodian rock here and there

From left: Senon Williams, Chhom Nimol, Ethan Holtzman, Paul Smith David Ralicke, and Zac Holtzman. From left: Senon Williams, Chhom Nimol, Ethan Holtzman, Paul Smith David Ralicke, and Zac Holtzman.
By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / January 20, 2007

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Dengue fever is a fairly nasty, mosquito-borne tropical disease. But the spread of an infectious new strain in the United States should be no cause for alarm. Dengue Fever, the Los Angeles band, transmits itself through music and results in nothing worse than 1970s surf-rock flashbacks and a sudden urge to explore Cambodian culture. (Full article: 957 words)

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