Mike E. Clark’s Funhouse Studio For Sale!

Any of you ninjas have a bit of extra chedda and are interested in owning a major piece of Mike E. Clark & ICP’s history? This post might not be for collectors though.

Mike E. Clark is selling his Funhouse Studio and home right now for $260,000!

It’s a 1700 square foot home located in Sterling Heights in a nice peaceful neighborhood on a corner lot. It includes a beautiful professional recording studio (of course), as well as a client lounge area, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a living room, a dining room, an updated kitchen and a 2 car garage.

The home and studio was built by Detroit based record producer and musician Gary Spanolia in 1984. Believe it or not, the Beverly Hill Cop II soundtrack was recorded here.

 After recording The Great Melinko with the Insane Clown PosseMike E Clark bought this amazing home and studio from Gary Spanolia in 1999 and moved his “Funhouse Studio” in and continued working on the next ICP album “The Amazing Jeckel Brothers.”​ Mike also did projects here with Twiztid, Kid Rock’s (All Summer Long), Uncle Kracker and many others.

If you’re interested in purchasing Mike’s pad you can check out more info by CLICKING HERE.

“This is one of the best sounding control rooms I have ever been in” – Mike E. Clark, owner 

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