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"This is Oliver Ladykiller Biscuit on Fever 105. 105 degrees, ooh, I'm just gettin my groove back on. Mmm... Susan just called from Prawn Island saying she's having a party and "can I recommend something to get people in the mood?" Well baby, I can recommend myself, I'm cool as a cucumber and just as useful... Oh yeah... Mmm..."
— Fever 105
"Funky soul sounds from the one and only Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit, who manned the airwaves of Fever 105 throughout Vice City's most turbulent era. "Ladykiller" put the wiggle in your jiggle, the slide in your stride, and reminded Vice City's denizens that times were never too tough not to party. With classic tracks from Kool & the Gang, Michael Jackson and many others, he's got what you need."
— GTA Vice City Website

Fever 105 is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, hosted by Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit (voiced by Julius Dyson). The station plays disco, soul, R&B and funk.


The vibe of the radio blends in well with the general atmosphere of '80s Vice City, even if disco was gone by that time. 3 songs from its playlist are played in the clubs of Vice City, which confirms that it fits well with the hedonistic feel of the time.

An album of songs from the station is available separately or as part of the 7-CD 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.


Song: Preview: Notes:
"And the Beat Goes On" by The Whispers (1979)
"Act Like You Know" by Fat Larry's Band (1982)
"Get Down Saturday Night" by Oliver Cheatham (1983)
"Automatic" by Pointer Sisters (1983)
"I'll Be Good" by René & Angela (1985)
"All Night Long" by Mary Jane Girls (1983)
"Ghetto Life" by Rick James (1981)
"Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" by Michael Jackson (1982) This song is missing from the iOS, Android, PS2 Classics (PS3 and PS4) and Rockstar Games Launcher editions.
"Shame" by Evelyn "Champagne" King (1977)
"Behind the Groove" by Teena Marie (1980)
"Juicy Fruit" by Mtume (1983)
"Summer Madness" by Kool & the Gang (1974)
"Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life" by Indeep (1982)

Prominent Appearances

Individual tracks




Full radio


See Also


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