The statement “Fat Mike of NOFX has a ragtime album coming
out” is not something you would expect to ever hear. However,
Mike’s actually been experimenting with ragtime sounds in his
day job ever since the hilarious classic “Buggly Eyes” first
appeared on White Trash Two Heebs and a Bean way back in
1992. Now, he’s teamed up with guys from the Mad Caddies
and Tom Waits’ backing band to bring you ten authentically
classic ragtime tunes that will gently swing you back to the days
of yore while you sip your old fashioned, wax your mustache or
get decked out in latex and tie your slave to the spanking horse.
Wait, what? Oh, that’s right! Mike’s ragtime album is actually the
soundtrack for Soma Snakeoil's new fetish film Rubber Bordello.
But for those of you out there who like your ragtime unsullied
by bawdy cinema, the soundtrack is available (porn free) on
both cd and vinyl. The vinyl pressing will be limited to 1000
copies, which won’t last long with all the rabid NOFX vinyl
collectors. So fill up that opium prescription, heat up your
dirigible, or crank up your model T and get yourself a copy of
the Rubber Bordello Soundtrack. Ragtime’s never sounded so
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Kevin from Houston, TX
Dec 23 2012
I don't have the right to leave a bad review here. The description clearly states what kind of music (Ragtime) this is. I think there are female vocals on one song. I would not get this, unless you are a NOFX/FAT collector.
Chris from Tiburon, CA
Mar 28 2012
I'll be honest, the only reason i checked this out was because of the people behind it. I love the Mad Caddies as well as Fat Mike. I'm not a fan of Ragtime music but i've always loved the Mad Caddies ragtime stuff. This is fun, i like it, but i'll probably only listen to it once more and put it away in the collection.