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Gabe Saporta Joins The Academy Is… For “Snakes On A Plane”

If you were lucky enough to be at Emo Nite in LA on July 8 this past summer, you already know that The Academy Is…’s William Beckett and Midtown/Cobra Starship’s Gabe Saporta graced the stage for an impromptu performance of sorts of their 2006 hit “Snakes On A Plane (Bring It).”  Well, we were ready for it to happen again, and they certainly knew how to bring it! During The Academy Is…‘s late afternoon set, they treated the crowd to a captivating lineup featuring gems from their debut album Almost Here, including the title track and “Slow Down.” They also… Read more »


Pete Wentz wants you to harass Gabe Saporta

When MTV told Pete Wentz he couldn’t expose Cobra Starship singer Gabe Saporta’s personal phone number during the VMAs with this t-shirt, he was forced to cover the actual number with duct tape. But like a man wrongly convicted of murder finding a piece of evidence to set him free, a day of vindication upon us. Clandestine Industries  made these shirts to right MTV’s wrong, because Gabe Saporta deserves to be harassed by fans. His personal phone number on the front, personal email on the back. Good luck, Gabe. Limited Edition (a.k.a. until Gabe totally freaks out). {image removed}


Gabe Saporta on drinking, surgery, new album

Three years ago, Cobra Starship weren’t even a band. Two years ago, they weren’t one either, but at least things were beginning to happen. Gabe Saporta – tired of watching his band Midtown being mired in the major-label quagmire – began writing songs on his own, under the name of Cobra Starship (apparently borrowed from a brand of vintage jackets). Somewhere along the way, he got tapped to write the theme song for the Samuel L. Jackson flick “Snakes on a Plane,” which became the first official Cobra release. Since then, they’ve released two full-lengths, kicked out a keytar player… Read more »

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