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Michi-chan & Srap All Around
Contact: E-Mail (Michi-chan) 
Date Born/Group Began: 08/15/1968 (Michi-chan) 
Date Died/Group Ended:
Also Known As:
Michelle A. Eyre (Michi-chan)
Michiko Ota (Michi-chan)
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Back in 1984, there was a telephone entertainment line called "California Comments" ran by a 14 year old kid named Rich. Rich would later go on to call himself "Rich E. Calcom" and the name of the phone line was eventually shorted to REC. Back in those days, "REC" would over produce 200 "commentline" recordings. These are recordings of people calling into a phone line and leaving a comment (also known as "input"). Their comment would be played back on the next episode. During that time, many strange productions done by REC and others aired on the line.

Around 2005, REC audio productions would resurface as full length radio shows, funny sketches and parody songs on the W0KIE Satellite Radio Network.

"Rich" would later come out to the world that the person responsible for this stuff is a transsexual and has started a transition to living in the female role. Although used for many years unofficially, "Rich" finally does a name change to "Michelle A. Eyre". The name "Michi-chan" is a Japanese parody of the name Michelle as Michi was into Japanese animation and popular music. During the 90's through the 2000's, REC operated POWERPUFF-FM, a radio station that played cartoon themes and eventually anime music. The anime music would eventually spin off to a station called "Anime Hardcore Radio", a multi-channel audio service. Eventually, a Japanese popular music (JPOP) channel called Hardcore J would be created. Only Hardcore J exists to this day.

The name "Srap All Around" is a parody of a JPOP music group called "Attack All Around" or is commonly referred to as "AAA". The word "srap" comes from a word used on the W0KIE Satellite Radio Network to express displeasure towards another person's actions ("oh, the Lady is going to give me a srapping for what I did.").

Michelle still operates REC Networks, which provides broadcast data to the general public and to commercial clients. She also operates Michi-chan Roller Sports Productions, which produces roller derby videos and a blog called "The Arizona Derby Report". With her interest in roller derby, she is an advisor to the Old School Derby Association and is a nationwide authority on the issue of transgendered skaters in the sport of roller derby.
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DJ Particle   Offline  -  Moderator, Artist & D.J.  -  09-19-08 12:28 AM  -  11 years ago
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I play this in my electronica mixes on DR and SL sometimes ;)



Michi-chan:
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"Tick Tock Techno" - not a parody ~ salute to time station WWV.
Michi-chan   Offline  -  Artist  -  09-18-08 10:05 PM  -  11 years ago
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Michi-chan and Srap All Around (post transition) discography:

2010:
"Zona Onna" - parody of "Kyou Onna" by Miyako**
"Michimichigaru~Toire no Uta" (Michi-Michi Girl's Toilet Song) - parody of "Nokogiri Girl de Toilet ni Ikerumon" by Sayaka Aoki

2009:
"They Are Coming To Take HER Away HAHA!" - parody of "They're coming to take me away.. ha ha!" by Napoleon XIV (REC Motivation #401)

2008:
"I Don't Want To Sit Here And Talk" - mash-up edit with Blair Alper
"The Runaway Brides" - parody of "Wild Wild West" (REC Motivation #386)

2007:
"The Coffin Draggers" - parody of "Monster Mash"
"I Got Humped by Red Rocker" - parody of "Friends in Low Places"
"Hey Scrappers!" - parody of "Hey Mickey!"
"Rope Me Rhonda" - parody of "Help Me Rhonda"
"Robo Guide Dog 2.0" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #303)
"Robo Guide Dog 1.1" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #295)

Srap All Around (before transition) discography:
(2006)
"Tick Tock Techno" - not a parody ~ salute to time station WWV.
"Lady Srapping" - parody of "Kimono Jet Girl" by AAA
"IRC Lili, Ackley Mari" - parody of "Hurricane Lili, Boston Mari" by AAA (REC Motivation #274)
"ON AIR-WTND"(Japanese·Version)- parody of "Hurricane Lili, Boston Mari" by AAA (sung in Japanese)**
"On The Air at WTND" - parody of "Hurricane Lili, Boston Mari" by AAA (sung in English)
"I Wanna Be Blair Alper" - parody of "I Wanna Be a DJ" by Ren and Stimpy (REC Motivation #254)
"JAWS Talkin'" - parody of "Jive Talkin'" by the Bee Gees (REC Motivation #251)
"CBA Storytime" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #265)
"Dayton Motel 6" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #258)
"BLiPs" - comedy bit
"ACB Cable" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #248)

(2005)
"Fifth Ways To Get Free Wi-Fi" - parody of "Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover" by Paul Simon (REC Motivation #232)
"They Can't Give This Price On The Radio" - parody of "They Won't Play This Song On The Radio" by Monty Python
"Digital Killed The Satellite Star" - parody of "Video Killed The Radio Star" by The Buggles
"Comcastic Pyramid" - comedy bit (REC Motivation #237)
"CBA Promo: Who Will Be Number 2?" - parody commercial (REC Motivation #233)
"Uddle Airlines" - fake commercial (REC Motivation #220)
"The Whining of Blair" - parody of "Alchemy of Love" by Megumi Hayashibara (REC Motivation #217)
"CBA Daytime: Doggy Paternity Tests/Keao Variety Show" - parody commercial (REC Motivation #215)
"The Price is... [Bleep!!!!]" - comedy bit
"Super Byron 2" - fake commercial
"Super Byron meets Super Nanny" - fake commercial

Rich E. Calcom and the Phone Gods - Discography:
(1994)
"GTE Hell" - parody of "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits
"El Monte" - parody of "Kokomo" by The Beach Boys (credited to "Ricky Rosemead and The Arcadians")
(1990)
"I Want My REC" - parody of "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits

There are some others too, but these are the notable ones.

** - song entirely in Japanese

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