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Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia is a English album released on Jan 2010. Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia Album has 1 song sung by Ros Sereysothea, Pan Ron, Thra Kha Band. Listen to Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia song in high quality & download Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia song on Is Dengue Fever a Problem Now? What impact is VOLUNTOURISM having on Cambodia? What should I give to the CHILDREN? Is is safe to travel as a solo female? Does it harm the elephants to ride them? Should I get travelers' insurance? What health issues do I need to be concerned about? What are the risks of malaria and dengue? Last year, Dengue Fever toured widely, promoting the release of “Electric Cambodia” (Minky Records), a CD featuring 14 vintage Cambodian pop tunes culled from the Holtzmans’ precious stash. Dengue cases have been reported in Cambodia. Risk of Dengue transmission is present throughout the country and year-round, with peak transmission from May to October.

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PHNOM PENH, June 20 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia's Health Minister Mam Bunheng said on Thursday that the country reported over 12,000 cases of dengue fever so far this year, and the dengue fever had claimed 21 children's lives.

The minister revealed the figures during his visit to the patients at a Kantha Bopha Hospital in Phnom Penh.


Bunheng also called on parents to send their ill children to health centers or state hospitals within 48 hours if they suspect that their kids are infected with a dengue virus.


The Kantha Bopha Foundation said in a statement on Wednesday that on Monday alone, 577 children, hospitalized in all five Kantha Bopha Children's Hospitals in Phnom Penh City and Siem Reap province, were tested positive for dengue virus.

Dengue is a viral disease transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes.

The disease causes an acute illness that usually follows symptoms such as headache, fever, exhaustion, severe muscle and joint pain, swollen glands, vomiting and rash.

In Cambodia, the peak of dengue epidemic period is in the rainy season from May to October.


Dengue Fever Electric Cambodia Rarity

According to a Health Ministry report, there were 24,684 cases of dengue fever with 23 deaths last year compared with 6,372 cases with three deaths in 2017.

Dengue Fever Electric Cambodia Rare

  • Don't Speak

    Pan Ron

  • Flowers in the Pond

    Ros Sereysothea

  • I Will Marry You

    Pan Ron Recipe for baked mac and cheese.

  • Jasmine Girl*

    Sinn Sissamouth

  • Hope to Meet You*


  • I Will Starve Myself to Death

    Ros Sereysothea

  • Cold Sky

    Ros Sereysothea


Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia Rar

The band Dengue Fever have managed to build a career out of their obsession with Cambodian pop music of the 1960s and ’70s, and with this compilation, they’ve generously allowed fans to sample their treasure trove of rare recordings, rescued from battered cassettes brought back from visits to Southeast Asia. The music on Electric Cambodia: 14 Rare Gems from Cambodia’s Past more closely walks a middle ground between the distinct melodic and vocal style of traditional Cambodian music and the insistent rhythms and electric instrumentation of Western pop and rock; instead of suggesting Asian folk music with some American pop added to the mix, these tunes tend to offer a more equal fusion of the two styles, and the creative and cultural mashups result in some inspired combinations. Highlights include the bright, kinetic sound of Ros Sereysothea’s “I Want to Shout” (complete with a killer guitar solo), the assured R&B shuffle of “Shave Your Beard” from the same act, “Give Me One Kiss” by Dara Chom Chan, which recalls an Asian girl group backed by a ska band, and several cuts from Pan Ron, including the polished but driving garage rock of “Don’t Speak,” some heavily rhythmic psychedelia with “Jombang Jet,” an appropriately melodramatic cover of Sonny Bono’s “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” dubbed “Snaeha,” and an untitled number that features some deadly fuzztone riffs Link Wray would admire. Source: AllMusic