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Cobra Starship

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You Make Me Feel... (feat. Sabi) Cobra Starship, Sabi 03:35
Good Girls Go Bad (feat. Leighton Meester) Cobra Starship, Leighton Meester 03:16
#1Nite (One Night) (feat. My Name Is Kay) Cobra Starship 03:37
Hot Mess Cobra Starship 02:52
Bring It (Snakes on a Plane) Cobra Starship 03:14
Guilty Pleasure Cobra Starship 03:22
Never Been in Love (feat. Icona Pop) Cobra Starship, Icona Pop 03:42
#1Nite (One Night) Cobra Starship 03:39
Fold Your Hands Child Cobra Starship 03:12
Smile for the Paparazzi Cobra Starship 03:21

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The City Is at War
Guilty Pleasure

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One Day Robots Will Cry
Kiss My Sass (feat. Travis McCoy of Gym Class)

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Biography

Cobra Starship was an American pop-rock group that formed in New York in 2006, released four albums and had a couple of hit singles before disbanding in 2015. Lead singer Gabe Saporta started the band with drummer Nat Navarro, guitarist Ryland Blackinton, bassist Alex Suarez and keytar player Elisa Schwartz, who left in 2007 to be succeeded by Victoria Asher. Guitarist Andy Barr and bass player Eric Halvorsen joined in 2014. Their 2006 debut release 'While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets' reached number seven on Billboard's Independent Albums Chart, '!Viva La Cobra' (2007) went to number 19 on the Alternative Albums Chart and 'Hot Mess' (2009) peaked at number four on the Billboard 200.

Their single 'Good Girls Go Bad' (2009) featuring Leighton Meester went to number five on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 and number seven on the Hot 100 and 'You Make Me Feel' (2011) featuring Sabi peaked at number four on the Mainstream Chart, number seven on the Hot 100 and number 13 on the Latin Pop Songs Chart. Their last album was 'Night Shades' in 2011. In 2015, Saporta issued a statement concluding the disbandment of Cobra Starship.