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David Glen Eisley and Bob Kulick Revisit 'Sweet Victory'


02-12-2019
David Glen Eisley

(Kayos) With the passing of Spongebob Squarepants creator Stephen Hillenburg in November 2018, a petition via Change.org urging fans to rally behind a Super Bowl performance of the triumphant anthem "Sweet Victory" written by David Glen Eisley and Bob Kulick, initiated a groundswell of interest.

Inspired by the rampant upswing of fan appreciation, Eisley and Kulick have re-recorded the song, as well as created an orchestral version, which was recently released via digital music retailers.

Originally featured in the 2001 episode "Band Geeks," "Sweet Victory" garnered over 1.2 million signatures on the petition, in hopes that the song would be performed as a tribute to Hillenburg's legacy. The excitement led Maroon 5 to include a Spongebob teaser in a halftime show promo clip on their Twitter feed.

Sadly, Maroon 5 did not play "Sweet Victory" at the SuperBowl, but the song nevertheless triumphed. According to Billboard, streams of the songs jumped 566% after the cameo. Get both new versions here.

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