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I Am the Messiah is the only album by MC Honky, released in 2002. Supposedly a middle-age disc jockey from Silverlake, California, MC Honky is promoted by, and widely considered to be, Mark Oliver Everett (or "E") of Eels. To support the album, an actor would open Eels shows as Honky, to "prove" that he and E were two separate persons. E and MC Honky also engaged in a comic feud on the Internet, in which E hoped MC Honky would catch SARS. The creator of the MC Honky artwork and videos is Ivan Brunetti.
Complete your MC Honky record collection. Discover MC Honky's full discography. Aliases: E (4), Mark Oliver Everett, Sir Rock-A-Lot. Marketplace 33 For Sale. I Am The Messiah (Album).
Mc-Honky - "What a Bringdown" - Duration: 3 minutes, 50 seconds. MC Honky - Baby Elephant Rock-A-Bye - Duration: 4 minutes, 31 seconds.
This is MC HONKY and his debut album 'I AM THE MESSIAH'! Mr. Honky is, in fact, a reclusive remix wizard who cares little for the show business and its trappings. In 1999 Mr. Honky's daughter attended a concert at Los Angeles' El Rey Theater, where the rock band Eels were performing. She handed a tape of some of her father's sonic collages to Eels leader "E" after the show. watch the video for Sonnet (Like a Duck).
Features Song Lyrics for MC Honky's The Anniversary Party album. MC Honky - The Anniversary Party Album Lyrics. MC Honky Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
MC Honky is a stage persona whose only album release is I Am the Messiah. Although supposedly a middle-age disc jockey from Silverlake, California, MC Honky is promoted by and widely considered to be Mark Oliver Everett (or "E") of Eels. Aside from their commercial association, it has been noted that "E MC Honky" bears some relation to E mc², because, as it is reasoned on fan sites, a honky is a "square".
His alter ego MC Honky - a "shy native Los Angeleno in his mid-50s", who happens to be an aspiring remix virtuoso - is an outlet for the stuff that is too whimsical to make it on to the new Eels album scheduled for summer. Compared with Eels' grim introspection, I Am the Messiah is frivolous and packed with aural whoopee cushions; it's hard to decide whether it deserves cult collectibility or instant obscurity.
Discover all MC Honky's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. What a Bringdown (2002) by MC Honky, MARK EVERETT, Mickey Petralia and Lotti Golden. Gonna Fay's by Lotti Golden (1969).
Performer: MC Honky
Style: Vocal Pop
Size MP3: 1970 mb
Size FLAC: 1221 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: WMA AUD MMF DXD AA MP1