"12th Street Rag" was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield (and Nicolas Carr in "12th Street Rag with Bass"). It features a ukulele, a bass, and a steel guitar playing. It is an arrangement of "Twelfth Street Rag," which was originally composed by Euday L. Bowman in 1914. There are two other arrangements, one being unused. It usually plays when something silly or crazy happens.

Usage

12th Street Rag

This version was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. (Alternate titles: "12 th St Rag"; "12 th Street Rag"; "12th Rag"; "Twelfth St Rag"; "Twelfth Street Rag")

Episodes

Movies

Video Games

12th Street Rag with Bass

This version was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. As its name suggests, this version is a little bass-boosted. (Alternate titles: "12 th St Rag"; "12 th Street Rag with Bass"; "12th Street Rag 3 with Bass"; "12th Street Rag Revisited"; "New 12 th Street Rag")

different arrangement

This version was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Shorts

Trivia

  • In a video called "Firsts from the First Episode" uploaded by the SpongeBob SquarePants Official YouTube channel, this track plays over SpongeBob making Krabby Patties instead of Tiny Tim's "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight."[1]
  • In "Lighthouse Louie," both the versions with and without the bass play.
  • Between The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and "Lighthouse Louie," the version without bass took almost six years to return.
  • In episode form, between "Pet Sitter Pat" and "Lighthouse Louie," the version without bass took over nine years to return.
  • Between "Blackened Sponge" and "Burst Your Bubble," it took over nine and a half years for the different arrangement to return.
  • After the version with bass debuted, the version without the bass rarely appeared.
  • ”Funny Pants” is so far the only episode where both arrangements play.
  • ”The Endless Summer” is the only short to use any version of the track.

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