• ' Released: 28 August 2006 • 'The Church of Hot Addiction' Released: 2006 • 'Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You in Hell (Hey Mister DJ)' Released: 20 August 2007 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating (76%) The Digital Fix (6/10) (6. Anime Doujinshi Sub Indo Movie. Scansnap S1300 Twain Driver here. 8/10) (5/10) While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets is the debut studio album. It was released on October 10, 2006 in the US, and on October 17, 2006 in. A rough clip of 'Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You In Hell (Hey Mister DJ)', a finished version of ', and 'The Church of Hot Addiction' were uploaded onto Cobra Starship's site.
'The Church of Hot Addiction' was also used as the for the 's. It has sold more than 69,000 copies to date. Contents • • • • • Background [ ] Cobra Starship was formed in 2005 after bassist took a trip to the deserts of. During this time, Saporta went on a 'vision quest', spending time with tribes and smoking. He began to create his vision for a new band, a melodic style of music heavily influenced by and. Upon returning home, Saporta rented a house in the and began writing what would become While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets. How To Fix A Plastic Bumper.
He posted a parody response to 's ' titled 'Hollaback Boy' on. The song gained Saporta notoriety on the internet and he eventually signed to bassist 's label,.
Stated that most of the songs from this recording particularly concern his personal life and career: 'Being from Jersey Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry' centers on feelings of emptiness and hopelessness, regarding the area he was (partly) brought-up in, while 'The Ballad of Big Poppa and Diamond Girl' concerns a quiet young girl he met at a disco in Los Angeles. Music [ ] On While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets Saporta abandons the 'voice-quivering drama and super-intense rock' of Midtown in favor of 'a more lighthearted, groove-oriented style'. The album begins with an acoustic intro entitled 'Being from Jersey Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry'. The opening of 'Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You in Hell (Hey Mister DJ)' has been compared to, while the Glenn Gamboa of the likened the song's chorus to 's '. The song features '70s synth whistles and an '80s new wave bass line'. Track listing [ ] All tracks written by Gabe Saporta, Dave Katz and Sam Hollander, except where noted.