Fever Records

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Fever Records
IndustryMusic and Entertainment.
Headquarters
ProductsLong Plays, Tapes and Compact Discs.

Fever Records was a New York City record label of the 1980s, founded by promoter Sal Abbatiello.[1]

The label was marketed and distributed by Sutra Records until the latter went under, which precipitated a distribution deal with Russell Simmons's RAL division of Def Jam Recordings.

Fever Records is best known for the recording artists The Cover Girls,[1] Lissette Melendez and Lil Suzy. The releases distributed by Sutra are now controlled by Warlock Records/Traffic Entertainment group.

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  1. ^ a b Johnson, Connie (20 February 1988). "The Cover Girls--Singled Out for That Supreme Look". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 1 April 2021.

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