¡Viva la Cobra! / ?Viva la Cobra!
Download links and information about ¡Viva la Cobra! / ?Viva la Cobra! by Cobra Starship. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 39:38 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Punk, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack|
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|1.||The City Is At War||2:51|
|3.||One Day Robots Will Cry||3:40|
|4.||Kiss My Sass (feat. Travis McCoy)||3:40|
|5.||Damn You Look Good and I'm Drunk (Scandalous) [feat. V.I.P.] (featuring V. I. P.)||3:51|
|6.||The World Has Its Shine [But I Would Drop It On a Dime]||3:25|
|7.||Smile for the Paparazzi||3:21|
|9.||Prostitution Is the World's Oldest Profession [and I, Dear Madame, Am a Professional]||2:38|
|10.||My Moves Are White [White Hot, That Is]||3:55|
|12.||Three Times a Lady||2:44|
Cobra Starship surfaced in 2006 as part of the well-marketed Snakes on a Plane package, and the band's spiky pop-punk found a quick home among cult film buffs and Samuel L. Jackson fanatics. It was easy to like this first incantation of Cobra Starship — especially the breakout single "Bring It (Snakes on a Plane)" — as the band was part of something fun, flashy, and consciously campy. ¡Viva la Cobra! arrived one year after that emergence, and what had begun as something harmlessly fun (replete with eye-candy cameos by William Beckett and Maja Ivarsson) had turned into a full-fledged band. While the dance-pop numbers here end up repeating the same steps in an attempt to perfect the one routine Cobra Starship know how to do, there's enough melody to satisfy most lingering fans, and Cobra Starship get a major leg-up from Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump, who doubles as producer and co-writer for all 11 tracks.