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The Scarlett Fever

by The Scarlett Fever

Upbeat rock'n'roll EP. GNR meets the Spice Girls, and have a love child with Bruce Campbells's chin.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Get It For Free
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2. Wasted Time
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3. Evicted
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4. Tomorrow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Scarlett Fever is a four-piece Canadian Rock band hailing from Ottawa, Ontario. They came together in November 2006, after having to cancel their first scheduled meeting due to an emergency-room trip that resulted in singer Tap Nanoon being diagnosed with scarlet fever. After more than ten lineup changes in a year, the band is finally comprised of Tap Nanoon on vocals, Andrew “General” Burns on bass, Dave Doran on guitar, and Wes Reed on drums. With big vocal harmonies, wailing guitars, and a quirky B-movie sense of humour, the band has compiled a collection of rock anthems about drinking too much, alien abduction, lesbian girlfriends, and xenophobia. Since the release of their first album, The Best of 10 Months of Classics (released in November 2007), they have received air-play on LiVE 88.5 (88.5 FM), and CKCU (93.1 FM) in Ottawa. The Scarlett Fever promises a Rock’N Roll experience that will compel you to donate everything you own to charity and finally get that tattoo you keep talking about. Now with a new EP, The Scarlett Fever (released in August 2008), be on the look out for a new, faster, stronger, better dressed Scarlett Fever coming to a city near you.

What people are saying about The Scarlett Fever:
“Influenced by Guns N Roses. Oh, and these guys like to party.”
- Alan Wigley, The Ottawa Sun

“Ottawa natives The Scarlett Fever put out a Rock album that is worth checking out.”
- Matt Hartwick, PartyinKingston.com

“It’s really loud…”
- Our angry neighbour

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