Mr C who was part of ‘The Shamen’ recites the words from “Ebeneezer Goode” which was one of the most controversial UK number-one hits of the 1990s,

Mr C is one of our regular Promised Land artists that never fails to please our brothers & sisters with his Acid infused retro house sets

Mr C who was part of The Shamen recites the words from “Ebeneezer Goode” which was one of the most controversial UK number-one hits of the 1990s, due to its perceived oblique endorsement of recreational drug use. The song was initially banned by the BBC. It has been claimed that the single was eventually withdrawn after the band were hounded by the British tabloid press, though according to The Shamen themselves, it was deleted while at Number 1 due to its long chart run ‘messing up our release schedule’.

VIDEO OF FIRST EVER TRACK

Page 67 was the first track MR C ever made & was released on Baad Records in August 1987. Evil Eddie Richards made the music & Mr C did the vocals which is why they called them selves Myster-E

10 interesting facts about Mr C:
-He’s a musician, actor and rapper.
-He took to the decks in 1987
-He was frontman for ‘The Shamen’
-Promoted and been resident DJ at: Fantasy (1988), Base (Dungeons 1989), Release (1991), Harmony (1992), Drop (1993), Cyclone (1994), Vapourspace (1994 & 1995), Flavour (The End 1995 & 1996), Subterrain (The End 1995–2002), Superfreq (Worldwide 2002–present) & Super Disco Freq (LA 2010–present).
– Had a UK number 1 hit “Ebeneezer Goode”
-He was co-owner of The End nightclub with Layo from Layo and Bushwacka!
-Has been credited with coming up with the genre Tech House.
– Was on illegal Kiss FM
– Co-founder & owner of the Superfreq label
– Recent releases on Poker Flat, Wagon Repair Records, Get Physical Music and Adjunct Audio.

Mr C Top 10 Retro tracks
1: When We Used To Play by Blake Baxter

2: Machines by Laurent X

3: I Can

t Get Enough by Liz Torres

4. Rock To The Beat by Reese

5. Nervous Acid – Bobby Konders

7. Acid Kiss by Sheila