Sweet Victory” is a popular rock ballad performed by David Glen Eisley. It was used in the episode “Band Geeks” during the Bubble Bowl. It is one of the semi-common occasions that SpongeBob’s singing actor is not Tom Kenny.
Sweet Victory Spongebob T-shirt
Let’s take this Sweet Victory Spongebob shirt, that you should have. The song was initially released in 1986. It was one of many other songs considered for the ending sequence, as a part of a royalty-free music library that Nickelodeon had access to. This is the second song where SpongeBob sings, but his voice is not provided by Tom Kenny. The first is in “Ripped Pants,” where the song was sung by Peter Straus, the third is in “Choir Boys,” whose voice actor is unknown, and the fourth is in “Dear Friend,” where the song was sung by Teresa Parente. The song is only translated in the Serbian, Georgian, Hebrew, Lithuanian, Bulgarian, and Persian versions. Following Stephen Hillenburg’s death, a petition was created to have the song played during the Super Bowl LIII halftime show. While the song itself was not played at Super Bowl LIII halftime show, an exclusive SpongeBob clip with a reference to “Band Geeks” was used as an introduction to Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode.” Criticism ensued across the internet by many people and fans of the show who felt betrayed. However, the song in full, along with a dedication to Hillenburg, was played in the stadium after the game. Likely in response to the backlash shown towards the lack of a performance of the song at the halftime show, the Dallas Stars played the song in full at their stadium during one of their games, albeit editing the colors of the band’s uniforms in the animation to match the Stars’ green colors, changing the football field to the American Airlines Center, and replacing the footage of the Showboats vs. Bandits game with footage of Stars fans. Soon after, other sports teams took advantage of the song’s absence from the Super Bowl Halftime show by playing it in their own sporting events. One notable example is NASCAR using the song for a promotional video for the 2019 Daytona 500 featuring clips of highlights from previous races, as well as a few cameos of SpongeBob himself.
Even David Glen Eisley, the original performer of the song, released a special orchestral version of the song.
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