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Monday, November 5, 2012

World Series: Ashkon Releases Giants 2012 Anthem (Video)

Posted By on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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The Bay Area's favorite musical personality, Ashkon, this morning released the final version of the Giants 2012 World Series anthem -- and it's fun.

Ashkon, who put together the 2010 anthem "Don't Stop Believing," riffs off Queen's "We Are the Champions" to bring the Giants' 2012 World Series sweep to musical life. The video was shot at the victory parade last week, and finished it after a few days of editing.

See also: "You Goin' to Jail Now!": Behind the Giants' Battle Cry

Needless to say, it will give Giants fans another chance to relive that victory one more time. Enjoy 



 


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