Our Cobra Starship songs ranked list looks at the songs of a band formed in the 2000s in the heart of New York City by Gabe Saporta. The band would become part of the music scene promoted the Fueled by Ramen label.This was a label that signed many of the most exciting young rock acts of the early 21st century. Some of the biggest names signed to the label included such groups as Fall Out Boy, Twenty One Pilots and Panic! At The Disco. Cobra Starship signed with the label and released frou albums over a en years period. Their music fused many different elements of rock pop and dance making them on one the most popular bands of the 2000s and 2010s. Our Cobra Starship songs list takes a listen to ten of their best songs that we think fans of all rock music will enjoy.
# 10 – Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)
We open up Cobra Starship songs list with the classic song “Snakes on a Plane (Bring It).” The song was released on August 28th 2006. We placed it in the opening spot for multiple reasons but first and foremost it was because it was Cobra Starship’s debut single. The song was also released as the main single from the soundtrack to the motion picture Snakes on a Plane. The song did not chart in the United States but did break into the United Kingdom top 100 pop charts list peaking at number 98. The song was also released on the album While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets.
# 9 – #1Nite ft. My Name Is Kay
Continuing onward with our Cobra Starship songs list we turn to the song “#1Nite ft. My Name Is Kay.” This is a grand old song featuring such a fun video that we can watch over on again. The song also featured pop singer Kay Boutilier also known as My Name is Kay. Kay Boutilier had been a YouTube sensation. Kay Boutilier lights up the screen like a young Madonna in this spectacular video with Cobra Starship.
# 8 – Chew Me Up and Spit Me Out
In the number eight spot we turn to a song with a title we all could relate to at one time in our lives based on certain relationships we have had. This is a powerful rock and roll dance song full of energy and passion. It reminds us a little bit of The Killers. The song was released on the soundtrack to the motion picture Jennifer’s Body. The movie and song were released in 2009. The film starred the stunning beauty Megan Fox and ultra beautiful Amanda Seyfried. This song is so hot, just like those two beauties.
# 7 – Hot Mess
Number seven on our list opens with a strong beat that segues into a strong chanting chorus screaming the words “Hot Mess.” And that’s exactly what this song is titled. The song was released in the band’s album also titled “Hot Mess.” The album and song were released in 2009. “Hot Mess,” was the second single released from the album. The song was a big hit selling enough records to be certified Gold. This was a fun one like all the band’s songs were.
# 6 -The City Is At War
In the number six spot on our Cobra Starship songs list is one of the band’s most popular songs entitled “The City Is At War.” There is a bit of a 70s vibe mixed with 80s synth sounds on this one. It’s a well written piece of music that fuses so many musical elements together in a sensational sound that we just can’t get enough off. The song “The City Is At War,” was released on the album ¡Viva la Cobra! The album and single were both released in 2007.
# 5 – The Church of Hot Addiction
At the halfway point on our Cobra Starship songs list we take a listen to this smoking song entitled “The Church Of Hot Addiction.” The song was released on the album While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets. This was the band’s debut album released in 2006. The video to the song just gets weirder and weirder. Nonetheless, it’s a killer tune that was released as the second single from the album.
# 4 – Guilty Pleasure
One of the things we love about Cobra Starship is how the band released such entertaining videos to many of their songs. And that trend continued with the video for their song “Guilty Pleasure.” This great tune was released on the band’s 2007 album ¡Viva la Cobra! “Guilty Pleasure,” was the first single released from the album. The single and album were produced by Patrick Stump of the band the Fall Out Boys.
# 3 – Never Been in Love
The band Cobra Starship have released some great collaborations throughout their career. On of our favorite Cobra Starship collaborations was released in 2008 when they joined up with pop sensation Icona Pop. The great Swedish group features the vocals of Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo. This is a perfect pop song fueled by a piano riff taken from a Fatboy Slim song entitled Praise You. The song was released in 2014 as a stand alone single.
# 2 – Good Girls Go Bad
The next two songs on our Cobra Starship songs list but basically the biggest hit singles of the band’s career and simply their most popular songs. In the number two spot on our list is the fantastic song “Good Girls Go Bad.” The song was released on the album hot mess in 2009. Go bad song was a top 10 hit on the US Billboard top 100 songs list. The song peaked at number seven. It reach the number 5 position on the US pop charts “Good Girls Go Bad,” was also a top 10 hit in Canada and Australia. The song was also a top 20 hit in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Finland. This was a big selling single for the band going platinum in multiple countries.
# 1 – You Make Me Feel…
We close out our Top 10 Cobra Starship Songs list with one of the band’s most popular songs entitled “You Make Me Feel…” The song was released on the band’s legendary album entitled Night Shades. It was the band’s fourth studio album released. The record was released in 2011. “You Make Me Feel…” stands so far as Cobra Starship’s only number one record. The song hit number one in New Zealand . It was also a top 10 hit in multiple countries around the world including the United States, Australia and Canada.
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