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      • Mirrors - Justin Timberlake
        31/03/15
        A return to the AllBum.Art hall of shame for Justin Timberlake and in our week of remixes of songs based on the use of a mirror, we find the cover of a single devoid of any reflective surfaces. Thankfully that has all been remedied in the remix, though to be fair, there is only one mirror and not t

      • Your Mirror - Simply Red
        30/03/15
        This week, we, here at AllBum.Art are beginning a series of remixes focused around mirrors. To kick us off, here is a remix of Your Mirror by Simply Red. In the original cover we see no sign of a mirror at all, but having reflected on it, we felt it needed one and so the remix shows a cut babe adm

      • Hot Shot - Karen Young
        29/03/15
        A disco diva remix today, from Karen Young. On the original cover of her 1978 single Hot Shot we see Ms Young givin' it some into a microphone. Whether she is hot or not, she doesn't seem to be shot. So in the remix Ms Young has been replaced by a different babe who is definitely hot, a

      • Livin' La Vida Loca - Ricky Martin
        28/03/15
        She's into superstition, black cats and voodoo dolls. Or at least that is how Ricky Martin describes the subject of his song Livin' La Vida Loca. She'll make you take your clothes off and go dancing in the rain. Hmm, so why does the original cover artwork give us no indication of wh

      • Cha Cha Heels - Eartha Kitt And Bronski Beat
        27/03/15
        Can you see what is wrong with the original cover of Cha Cha Heels by Eartha Kitt And Bronski Beat? Well it has a picture of Ms Kitt, so it's not that. It has a picture of Bronksi Beat, so it's not that. But where are the heels that Ms Kitt sings about? The designer has cropped the photo

      • The Size Of A Cow - The Wonder Stuff
        26/03/15
        What is The Size Of A Cow? According to The Wonder Stuff, the answer to this question is to be found in an old television set that's been colorized yellow and blue. That might be OK for them, but for us here at AllBum.Art, we like something more obvious. For example, a cow is found in a field

      • Daydream In Blue - I Monster
        25/03/15
        What's your idea of a Daydream In Blue? Is it a lot of badly drawn blue flowers? If it is, then you're on the same level as I Monster on the original cover of their 2001 single. When we close our eyes and daydream about blue things, we see something that looks more like the picture on th

      • Is There Something I Should Know - Duran Duran
        24/03/15
        Please, please tell me now, Is There Something I Should Know? That's exactly the kind of question that would spoil all the fun but then again maybe Duran Duran are spoil sports. The cover of their single doesn't provide much enjoyment so thank goodness for the remix which shows a babe ch

      • Do Your Time On The Planet - Lime
        23/03/15
        Completing our week (well just over a week) of futuristic and space-age remixes, we find Lime instructing us to Do Your Time On The Planet. Another triple-play from us here at AllBum.Art. The original cover artwork shows what could the the captain of a space vessel enjoying a dark green cocktail.

      • Method Of Modern Love - Hall & Oates
        22/03/15
        Another remix on a futuristic, space age theme. This time it's Daryl Hall & John Oates who are describing the Method Of Modern Love. Apparently, if the original cover artwork is to be believed, this particular method involves permed hair, mustaches and sideburns. Oh, and leather jackets.

      • Space Oddity - David Bowie
        21/03/15
        Another futuristic remix for David Bowie, this time for his hit Space Oddity. The original cover shows Mr Bowie and although his hair style is a bit of an oddity, the rest of the picture shows nothing that might be from space. The remix shows three neon space creatures who apparently are from the

      • Modern Love - David Bowie
        20/03/15
        If you're sensing a theme this week at AllBum.Art then you wouldn't be far wrong. Our theme this week is space-age and futuristic remixes. And what better source of such material than David Bowie. Today's remix is for Modern Love and on the original cover we see the aforementioned

      • Future Love Paradise - Seal
        19/03/15
        Continuing the vaguely space-age theme, here is a remix for Future Love Paradise by Seal. The original cover shows Mr Samuel (see what he did there - Seal is an anagram of Samuel dropping the mu-sic!) being vaguely futuristic with his curly hair and muscular arm on show. Yeah, right! In the remix

      • She's So Modern - The Boomtown Rats
        18/03/15
        Infamous for not liking Mondays, the cover of The Boomtown Rats single She's So Modern indicates that the band also have odd ideas about what constitutes a modern woman. For them she's got the right clothes to wear, she knows the right things to say, and that is what makes her modern. Fo

      • Humanoid - Stakker
        17/03/15
        Following yesterday's outer-space based remix, we thought another space-aged cover could do with the AllBum.Art treatment. This time it is Humanoid by Stakker that is under the telescope. The original cover has all of that late 1980s post-apocalyptic neo-transigent nonsense going on. The rem

      • Viva Planet M - Montepulciano
        16/03/15
        There is many a time, here at AllBum.Art that our cover artwork remixes select obscure or unheard of songs just because the title owes itself to such a remix. Viva Planet M by Montepulciano is one of those songs. We found the rather cute picture of the babe holding a ray-gun in the remix and neede

      • Mrs. Robinson - Lemonheads
        15/03/15
        Here's to you Mrs. Robinson! Originally a hit in 1968 for Simon And Garfunkel, here we deal with the cover of the cover version by Lemonheads. The original version of the cover could have been drawn by a 5 year old, dubious. The remix shows the version of Mrs Robinson that those familiar with

      • In Trance - Scorpions
        14/03/15
        Occasionally, here at AllBum.Art, we find the cover of an album that remixes itself, simply through modernization. On the original cover of the Scorpions album, we see a sexy babe with an electric guitar. On the remix, the identical concept, just a more modern and less clothed version. Bizarrely,

      • Out Of Space - The Prodigy
        13/03/15
        Out Of Space, by The Prodigy is the focus of today's remix. On the original cover, the band are still searching to find what it is that is in space, by using a series of satellite dishes to explore the weirdly colored night sky. On the remix, the thing that is in space has been found and woul

      • The Sea - Morcheeba
        12/03/15
        Flocking to The Sea, crowds of people wait for me. The opening lines to the mellow, moreish sounds of Morcheeba's song. The song is all about the relaxing time that can be had by the sea - but mind the wasp! The cover has a shark on it? Eh? The remixed cover takes us much more closely to th

      • Below The Belt - Boxer
        11/03/15
        The original cover of the Boxer album Below The Belt apparently shows a model called Stephanie Marrian spreadeagled and naked with just a boxing glove covering her decency. Boxer's logo has a belt around it so in essence, the whole of Ms Marrian is below the belt. Full marks for effort there

      • War - Former Vandal
        10/03/15
        War by Former Vandal is apparently a song inspired by the TV show Teen Wolf. On the original cover we see a face daubed with neon paint standing in a room replete with ultra violet light. On the remix we see a babe who is not just a former vandal, but is clearly still keen on tearing places apart,

      • Smoke - Natalie Imbruglia
        09/03/15
        Ribbons of wispy and pungent vapor distort out view of Natalie Imbruglia on the cover of her single Smoke. Under normal circumstances that would score full points on the AllBum.Art leader board containing, as it does, a picture of the artist and a connection to the title of the song. So in a way,

      • Nice Legs, Shame About Her Face - The Monks
        08/03/15
        Any band that describes themselves as neo-punk revivalists deserve to have the cover of their song remixed. Oddly, The Monks do not make this claim, but we decided to remix the cover of their song Nice Legs Shame About Her Legs anyway. On the original - legs. On the remix, a wicked pair of legs b

      • Motor Bikin' - Chris Spedding
        07/03/15

        Another triple-play for you, this time for Chris Spedding's 1975 hit, Motor Bikin'. Now to be fair to Mr Spedding, the original cover does show a motorbike, so in that respect it does reflect the title of the song. We just prefer to see sexy babes on the bike rather than leather be

      • Russians - Sting
        06/03/15
        Whilst we are talking about all things Russian, here is a remix for Russians by Sting. The original cover sees Mr Sumner seemingly deeply concerned about something, probably whether he was about to be assassinated for saying something vaguely negative about the leadership and residents of the USSR.

      • The Freeze - Spandau Ballet
        05/03/15
        Whilst the nights are still longer than average and the days colder than average (at least in the northern hemisphere), we bring you the remix of The Freeze by Spandau Ballet. The original cover is, well, just plain dull. What a roman carriage has got to do with anything is anyone's guess and

      • Let Me Show You - K-Klass
        04/03/15
        What were the band K-Klass thinking when they developed the cover of the single Let Me Show You? What does a whale diving into the ocean have to do with either the band, or the title of the song? The only, possible, tenuous link is that the whale is showing off. We prefer the remix by far in whic

      • Spending My Time - Roxette
        03/03/15
        Another band who have appeared before on AllBum.Art, Roxette once again grace the site. The original cover of their single Spending My Time shows the two band members and a clock, so pretty much full marks for covering the artist and the name of the song. No real need for a remix, but we liked the

      • Graffiti - Maximo Park
        02/03/15
        Another remix for Maximo Park. This time it is for their one of their earliest singles, Graffiti. On the original cover we see a slim, cute babe swaying her long hair (presumably in time with the music). On the remix we see a similar babe with shorter hair beginning to spray graffiti on a wall.

      • Catch Me If You Can
        01/03/15
        A rarity to start March here at AllBum.Art - a remix of the cover of a Blu-Ray and not a song. Catch Me If You Can is the 2002 film in which Tom Hanks chases around the country after Leonardo Di Caprio (a.k.a. Frank Abagnale). On the original cover we see the two aforementioned gentlemen standing

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