Cobra Starship – Snakes On A Plane (Bring It) 7″ [Both picture disc & regular pressing)

Posted: September 7, 2010 in Vinyl
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This song started out a demo that Gabe Saporta recorded for shits and giggles, and it took off from there. When Snakes On A Plane the movie came out all you heard was this song. It was pretty contagious and infectious and put Cobra Starship on the map. Going from a fun apartment time consuming endeavor, Cobra Starship turned into a full fledged band after Gabe was sought to record a song for the Snakes On A Plane soundtrack. He tweaked the demo “Bring It” to fit the needs of the movie, changing several lines along with the chorus and bridge.

The song was also a Fueled By Ramen star studded treat as a few guest vocal spots included William Beckett of The Academy Is… and Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes. Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds was also featured on the song. And par for the course during this period of FBR related things, Pete Wentz also made a cameo in the music video. Yes kids, you can thank the success of this single, the cult following of shitty movies for the sake of being shitty movies following Snakes On A Plane recieved and of course, Samuel L. Jackson, for everything that is Cobra Starship.

The single recieved two different pressings, a picture disc version and a regular version which came in an actual jacket. The b-sides are different between the two. The non picture disc pressing features a remix of Snakes On a Plane (Bring It), the Juan Maclean Remix

The 7″ picture disc made to promote the movie features another song off the soundtrack. The a-side is the theme song from Snakes On A Plane and the b-side is another song from the movie’s soundtrack, Patrick Stump’s remix of The Sound’s song “Queen Of Apology.”

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