Phillies 2008 World Series Anthem 'Unstoppable' reimagined for 2022

Phillies 2008 World Series Anthem ‘Unstoppable’ Reimagined for 2022

Philadelphia’s super-group, Guerrillaelphia, have released a driving and celebratory updated version of their 2008 World Series hype anthem, “Unstoppable” with a shout along chorus that exclaims, “there’s just no stopping us! It’s all Philly tonight! It’s all Philly!”

As reported by Broadwayworld, the song is a sonic throwback to over-indulgence with distorted guitars, stadium rock vibes, the Eagle’s Jason Kelce, Phillies announcer Harry Kalas and nods to Live Aid and Led Zeppelin cassettes in old Corvettes that is bound to please and get the heart pumping of any Phils fan pregaming the Series this week.

If Robyn’s “Dancing on my Own” is the feel good sing-a-long after a Phillies win, “Unstoppable” is the locally-sourced, organically made, pre-game rallying cry for the hometown crowd.

When the Phillies won the NLCS title this season, several fans asked McCloskey if there would be an updated “Unstoppable” for 2022. The bandleader did what he does best and assembled thirteen of Philly’s finest musicians for an epic all-night session, cutting the new version live to tape to create a massive throwback stadium rocker with nods to Philly Soul in the choruses and 80’s anthem rock in the verses.

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