In late 2015 and early 2016, “Ocean Man” became an Internet meme. During this time, the song began appearing in remix videos on video sharing platforms such as YouTube and Vine. Becoming a meme also helped the band gain more listeners, with “Ocean Man” being their most listened to song on Spotify and Apple Music.
The show wasn’t even on the air at the time mind you. In addition to being inspired by The Mollusk and commissioning “Loop de Loop” for the show, Hillenburg and his team used Ween’s “Ocean Man” as the soundtrack for the closing credits of 2004’s The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie.
|Years active||1984–2012 2015–present|
|Labels||Chocodog Elektra Sanctuary Rounder Schnitzel Twin Tone Shimmy Disc Bird O’ Pray|
It shouldn’t be a shock that “Ween” was a nonsensical name fabricated by the childhood friends while they were mates in an eighth grade typing class. Freeman recently released his debut solo album under his birth name of Aaron Freeman and plans to focus on his solo career in the future.
He is 43 and is very mature. He likes to play his Clarinet and is an artist. He used to have long yellow hair but then they fell off when he was at the Krusty Krab. His rival is Squilliam Fancyson.
Ashley Savage – Chocolate and Cheese by Ween (1994)
Somehow, that resulted in an eye-popping, pulse-pounding photo of model Ashley Savage bearing underboob and brandishing a title belt emblazoned with the band’s name and a crazy-mouthed mascot.
|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Mar 17, 1970 (51 years old)|
|Profession:||Guitarist, Musician, Film Score Composer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
As already noted on its KnowYourMeme page, Mocking SpongeBob comes from a season 9 episode of SpongeBob SquarePants entitled “Little Yellow Book.” In the episode, which first aired in 2013, Squidward Tentacles reads SpongeBob’s diary and finds out that SpongeBob behaves like a chicken whenever he’s faced with plaid.
He took what he learned from the likes of Iommi, Rhoads and Joe Satriani and made it his own. He then went on to influence a generation of guitarists who came after him. With all the votes in from you, the fans, Loudwire proudly declares the late great ‘Dimebag’ Darrell Abbott as the Greatest Metal Guitarist.
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, percussion|
|Associated acts||Ween, Freeman, Gene Ween Band, Z-Rock Hawaii|
While Ween is the most extreme example of goofy rock music (and yay, rock is so serious sometimes) they also have masterful musicianship, a rare kind, with good music in every genre (except rap) that is completely pretense-less.
The J Files: Ween
By today’s standards, the lyrics are perhaps a little too problematic at times. In 2019, that can be tough to justify. This is a band who push boundaries more than just about any other band – often in insidious and wicked ways. … Some people want to know where to start with Ween.
Boognish is the God/Demon that supposedly appeared to Gene Ween and Dean Ween and commanded them to form a rock band. This is what is claimed to have spurred the creation of Ween. The Boognish knows all and sees all; Buy the Albums and he won’t bludgeon your eye.
|Narrated by||Tom Kenny (various episodes)|
|Theme music composer||Derek Drymon Mark Harrison Stephen Hillenburg Blaise Smith|
|Opening theme||“SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song” (performed by Patrick Pinney)|
|Ending theme||“SpongeBob Closing Theme” (composed by Steve Belfer)|
In addition to drawing inspiration from The Mollusk and commissioning “Loop De Loop” for the show, Hillenburg and the SpongeBob team featured The Mollusk track “Ocean Man” in the closing credits of The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie (2004).
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